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Posted: Sat Feb 26, 2005 8:03 pm 
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I started wiring up my Wolf ecu today and have come accross a few issues...

The Wolfs manual says for a 6 cyl to wire the injectors in 3 groups of 2,
and looking at the EEEC IV's pin outs I see 2 groups of 3 being fired, though looking at the ignition firing order, there is 3 groups of 2 again.
This is where Im stuck, should I wire the Wolf to how they sugest (3 pairs) and run new wires for the injs and a relay to power them or should I try to wire the injs as EECIV has them, (2 groups of 3)??
I think to run them as the EEC has done I can use the same ignition outs as Wolf sugest for a 4cyl (2 groups of 2) and run one inj of each group... would this work? If so I think I can use the EECs wires and relay?

Does anyone know whats best here?
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Posted: Sun Feb 27, 2005 7:30 pm 
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All sorted now, Im running them in 2 groups of 3 as per EECIV... boogie time
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Posted: Sun Feb 27, 2005 10:33 pm 
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I believe that the Wolf does it that way to keep the current down over each of its injector drivers. The more injectors in parallel, the higher the current which is even higher when using lower impedance injectors.
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