I guess I was at first attracted to the complete packag" offered by ecotrons because this wouldn't require selecting an individual fuel pump and injectors and would be "plug and play".
However, the goal is to run up to 19.000 or preferably 20.0000 rpm.
Assuming 19.000 rpm, this results in 316 Hz, or 3.16 ms per full rotation. Taking the 1.5 ms of opening time and 0.5 ms of closing time as mentioned by TZ, this still leaves 1.16 ms of "tune" time in each rotation, right? Or am I making some mistake here?
We are thinking of using one small injector on the crankcase and one larger injector as a shower on the throttle body. Given the limited spare time in each cycle, I do think it will be critical to select the correct size of injector.