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Here is a video on how to cycle threw the modes on our efi controllers i will try to make one while on the dyno to show you guys the effects of what each mode does but this will get most people by for setting it up to the settings we tell you to.

http://youtu.be/moMl6jpX8FE

its a little hard to see the color lights but i think it will make it easier for you guys to understand the basic button operations and how easy it is.
 

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Could have done with this along time ago. I had been watchin another brand of Dobeck to dial it in.
Also took me abit of time to find the "mode" button. Most label this and Eric didn't. Not youre fault Eric , I am mainly a chassis ,suspension kinda guy. engines I leave to the experts.
Thank you for posting and it answered alot of questions.
But I do have one.
You said that "0" doesn't add fuel , so this would be stock setting from the factory.Some Dobecks have there stock setting at 3. Like I said I ain't a petrol head. Give me a 12 litre Cummins or 9 litre Iveco ,I am in heaven make it purr like a kitten. Give me a petrol engine and I am completely useless.
 

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on the new 3.5 controllers that are starting to work there way out where the have the ability to cut fuel the stock setting may be 3, 4 or something else depending on how the set it up. They have the ability to remove fuel so you could be working on a high and low side of pulse width addition for example setting of 4 was netural no fuel added or removed but anything below 4 will take fuel away in increments to 0 so 0 would be taking the most and 3.5 would be less and then 4.5 would be added a little fuel and 8 would add the most. Or it could all be negative factors it just depends on how the maps are designed. The 3.5's are pretty cool the xx doesnt need one though unless you throw to big of a injector in and need to remove fuel from stock
 
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