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Priming, Cranking Afterstart Setup
To help cold starts the ECU can pulse the injectors once when it starts up before the engine is running. You can adjust how many % of that pulse will be applied on a warm engine (usually very little or none).
Below the Cranking Threshold the engine will run with a fixed Crank Advance and fixed Crank VE value for the fuel calculation.
It is important to use the calculated req fuel value if you want to be able to use the same default cranking tables for different fuels on other engine setups with different fuel injectors and cylinder volume.
When starting a cold engine you usually need a longer afterstart enrichment than on a warmer engine. Adjust the number of engine cycles required here.
If there is no need for 100% of the warmup enrichment at higher engine loads you can decrease them here.