Challenger6 injection self-learning function

Challenger6 injection self-learning function


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A self-learning function allows the Challenger6 ECU to tune by its own its injection time map.

Skynam provides this feature because the injection time mapping is the more difficult and more long part of an engine tuning, and the new ECUs have the needed calculation power to make it very fast and with a great precision.

The injection time self-learning needs the engine to be equipped with a Lambda sensor.

This Lambda sensor must be preferably a wide band Lambda sensor with its module, like the DigiLSU one provided by Skynam.
The lambda sensor could also be a 0-1 volt 4 wires Lambda sensor (never 3 wires), cheaper but less precise and slower, if it is in a perfect state, although it is less recommended because this kind of sensor can saturate faster, giving some not correct informations to the ECU.

This self learning is not a simple correction of the injection times with the Lambda sensor, but a real injection time mapping. You will find a full explanation of how the ECU operates in the specific documentation provided with the installation of the Challenger5 software pack that you can download from this web site, or with the link at the bottom of this page.

It is a simple matter to launch the self-learning (following the simple instructions of the documentation), and run the engine to make the ECU learn: a self-learning-quality map shows in real-time the quality of each point of the injection time map, and you just have to run the engine in the areas where the quality is not good enough.

 

DELIVERY OF THE SELF-LEARNING OPTION

• When you purchase the self-learning option with your ECU, you will find a CD-ROM named 'Self-learning' with your kit, and an installation notice.

• If you purchase this option separately, our technical support will immediately contact you by email to ask you the serial number of your ECU, this number being on a label at the back of the ECU. This number can also be found by connecting the ECU with Winjall and runing the 'ECU characteristics' function in the machine popup menu.
You will then receive an email with your self-learning option file attached and the necessary instructions to install it.

 

 

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