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Old 04-06-2009, 01:55 PM   #1
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Deatschwerks Mazda Miata Injectors


260cc, 350cc, 440cc, and 600cc Sets IN STOCK READY TO SHIP
Any Size $339

Our injectors are 100% plug and play. No clips to wire or spacers to add to the injector! Just install them in your rail and you’re ready to tune.

Every set comes with a comprehensive flow report showing the flow rate of each injector so you know exactly what you’re getting.
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No special pricing for us? introductory or otherwise?

EDIT: Please disregard. Just saw the Group buy
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what are the latency numbers like on your 600cc miata injectors? i've been thinking about going with a 650cc delphi lo-z injector, but then i'd need to run a lo-z injector driver.
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BTW you can send them to AEM and they will plot latency vs. voltage for us all.
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Email [email protected], and he can provide you with the latency data
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We still have these injectors offered at this price.

The phone number has changed, though since we moved last year.

(405) 271-0701

or you may order them online, as well.

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PS: just in case anyone was wondering, Mike did give me the latency values for their 600cc injectors:

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The latency value for the injectors is below. 6v-17v in 1v increments.


3.57 2.87 2.42 2.10 1.88 1.71 1.59 1.47 1.35 1.27 1.19 1.12
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Nothing bigger than 600? I need 750.
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Not right now...but soon! We are working on a couple of solutions 750cc and higher. Should be available shortly. Send me an email, and I will put you on our contact list.

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Not right now...but soon! We are working on a couple of solutions 750cc and higher. Should be available shortly. Send me an email, and I will put you on our contact list.

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Not right now...but soon! We are working on a couple of solutions 750cc and higher. Should be available shortly. Send me an email, and I will put you on our contact list.

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Did you have 750cc at one point? I'm pretty sure (hoping) that's what I ordered.
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What injector drivers were used to characterized the voltage vs latency curve?
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What injector drivers were used to characterized the voltage vs latency curve?
No injector driver was used. We used a direct trigger on a voltage/current regulated DC power supply.

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Did you have 750cc at one point? I'm pretty sure (hoping) that's what I ordered.
We had a 750cc, but there were only a handful of sets made and sold. It is possible you have one of the few sets. Do you still have your flow report?

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No injector driver was used. We used a direct trigger on a voltage/current regulated DC power supply.
I assume you used a transistor to switch the current into the injector?

To what voltage did you clamp the Drain or Collector of said transistor?

The reason I ask is if you clamped to say, 60V, the latency numbers will come out longer than the AEM which IIRC clamps to ~33V. This would explain why I need around ~900 uS with the AEM at 14V.

The reason for this is that the higher the clamp voltage, the quicker the current decays and the quicker the injectors close, lengthening the apparent opening latency time.
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Any chance you guys will be getting in more 750cc injectors?
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We will have 750cc+ sizes available soon!

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how soon?
because if its within a month or so I'd be willing to wait, assuming you guys will have 1000cc injectors. If not, I'll have to go with ID1000's.
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We are shooting for early-mid June.
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Still working on the new Miata sizes. We're still shooting for early June! Just a couple of weeks.
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Still working on the new Miata sizes. We're still shooting for early June! Just a couple of weeks.
Sounds good, I'm looking for something in the 750cc+ range.
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