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Changing from Batch fire to Sequential injection?

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 22, 2021 8:45 am 
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For years I have been running basic "Batch" fuel injection on my 034 IIc. I would like to change/upgrade to run sequential injection. I currently have a 60-2 pick up on the crank and I know I will need to add a pick up on the cam gear as well in order to make this change to sequential. What other settings will need to be changed within the 034 tuning software? How is this done?

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 22, 2021 8:48 am 
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I had a car with the batch injection and 034 IIC.
My solution was a new flywheel, cam position sensor, and ecumaster ecu. Everything works now :)

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PostPosted: Wed May 12, 2021 11:45 am 
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varia wrote:
I had a car with the batch injection and 034 IIC.
My solution was a new flywheel, cam position sensor, and ecumaster ecu. Everything works now :)
What's your feedback on the ecumaster ecu? I really like everything I've seen/heard. I also like that it was developed by Ray Hall, who built the Autronic ecu's. Coming from Autronic to 034/ Pantera was a dramatic lesson in "interfaces".

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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2021 7:23 am 
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varia wrote:
I had a car with the batch injection and 034 IIC.
My solution was a new flywheel, cam position sensor, and ecumaster ecu. Everything works now :)


Thank you very little. :roll:

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Rocket SLC wrote:
varia wrote:
I had a car with the batch injection and 034 IIC.
My solution was a new flywheel, cam position sensor, and ecumaster ecu. Everything works now :)


Thank you very little. :roll:


Sorry man, if I wasnt useful, just like the 034 ecu....
That was garbage when it came out. These days you can buy a vems for $700, Ecumaster for $1000. Get one and dont look back.

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I hear ya. No worries. Leaning towards VEMS at the moment.

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Take a look at the software for each. I bought an ecumaster recently, and holy cow, the functionality of it is crazy.

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