ok ii am going to entertain this injector idea with my moped knowledge (i'm seriously curious not trying to cause shit) lets say I need to upjet 15 jet sizes from stock to properly jet for my new kit (be it 50cc or 80cc whatever) pipe and larger carb. the motor now makes more power and revs higher, the percentage is unknown (how you anyone figure that out anyways aside from a dyno.)
how does the oil injector recalibrate for this new situation? if i understand it correctly, it gives a specific dose at every revolution that was predetermined to be 50:1 at the stock jet size in the stock carb.
So if I upjet 15 sizes then the amount of oil in each dose will no longer be adequate correct. or am i missing something? In that case you either need to add oil to the gas at some ratio thats pretty much undeterminable or bypass the injector all together to obtain an accurate oil to gas ratio.
is this wrong i have no experience with oil injectors? something tells me that if the oil is added after the carb thus its not metered by the main jet it will always be at the wrong ratio if that main jet is changed since more fuel is blasting out the jet than the oil dose was designed for.