Calibrations & EPR Flash
These Calibrations are only to be used in conjunction with the NACCO Injector Replacement Kit part # A12-515 or A12-519. The calibration must only be flashed into the S3000 ECU after the SGI injectors have been replaced by the ES2 injectors. Use of these calibration files in any other circumstances may result in poor engine performance.
IMPROPER INSTALLATION OR USE OF THE REFERENCED PRODUCTS MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY, DEATH AND/ OR PROPERTY DAMAGE
SERVICE TECHNICIANS AND USERS: Carefully read and abide by the provisions set forth in National Fire Protection Association pamphlet #37 for stationary engines, #52 for CNG vehicular fuel systems, and #58 for LPG systems.
INSTALLERS: LPG installations in the United States must be done in accordance with federal, state, and local laws and National Fire Protection Association pamphlet #58 (Standard for Storage and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases) to the extent these standards are not in violation of federal, state, or local law.
COUNTRIES OUTSIDE OF USA: Refer to the governing agencies overseeing CNG and propane applications.
CNG INSTALLATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES: Must be done in accordance with federal, state, and local law and National Fire Protection Association pamphlet #52 (Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Vehicular Fuel Systems) to the extent these standards are not in violation of federal, state, or local law.
LPG AND/OR NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS ON STATIONARY ENGINES: Must be done in accordance with federal, state, and local law and National Fire Protection Association pamphlet #37 (Stationary Combustion Engines and Gas Turbine Engines) to the extent these standards are not in violation with federal, state, or local law. Failure to abide by the above will void any IMPCO warranty on the products and may cause serious injury or property damage.
SERVICE TECHNICIANS: Due to the inherent danger of gaseous fuels, IMPCO products should not be installed or used by persons not knowledgeable of the hazards associated with the use of gaseous fuels. Any maintenance, service or repair should be performed by trained and experienced service technicians.
PROPER TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT: Proper tools and equipment should be used to prevent injury to the servicing technician, property, or system components. Service repairs should always be performed in a safe environment and the technician should always wear protective clothing to prevent injury.
INSPECT BEFORE USE: Always inspect the major casting pieces for damage, corrosion, or cracks before attempting a service repair. Be sure the repair kit part number you are using is correct for the component(s) being serviced.
NO TEFLON TAPE: Do not use Teflon tape to seal any fuel fittings. Failure to follow this warning may cause the regulator to leak internally, possibly resulting in serious injury, death, and/or property damage and may void any warranty coverage.