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Old 12-06-2006, 01:07 AM   #41
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technically i can get them all from witchhunter.com
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Old 06-30-2007, 06:58 PM   #42
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Nice write up

stock 1.6l injectors are 205cc
stock 1.8l injectors are 230cc

prolly a typo
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Old 06-30-2007, 07:02 PM   #43
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Nice write up

stock 1.6l injectors are 205cc
stock 1.8l injectors are 230cc

prolly a typo

no not a typo....prove it to me and ill change it.
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Old 07-01-2007, 07:29 AM   #44
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no not a typo....prove it to me and ill change it.

According to witchunter.com

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which would make us both wrong
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Old 07-01-2007, 01:07 PM   #45
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and they also rate the tan tops just a little low:




I've seen plenty of actual member's ratings here that have them flowed at 265cc. Not to mention FM's independent flow ratings of all years as well.

My thoery on the 230cc "myth" is that a 265cc injector running at 35psi (idle) would be close to 230cc.

It's the same damn thing as the oem AFM can only flow 165 CFM. which isn't enough for high horsepower. However the standard when talking about engines is 28 inches of water where it flows 300 CFM which is plenty for +200rwhp.
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Old 07-01-2007, 03:51 PM   #46
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Hmm- explains why i could get 170 rwhp with my 230,s /254cc,c easily with 70% DC.
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Old 07-20-2007, 07:17 PM   #47
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the easiest way to tell between the supra years is if the rear lights have a long red center garnish between the tail lights.
Coming from another forum, they would call these the "kouki" and the year previous (low impedance inj.) zenki.

which RX-7s did the 460 come off of? most of the ones i came across have square connectors. GXL versions? kouki versions with the circular tail lights?
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Old 07-20-2007, 07:44 PM   #48
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I have oval 460s, I forgot the year, it's in my FAQ if you click.
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a picture would be of better help though, not too many RX-7's at my junkyards. :(
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Are there any more good choices as far as high impedance injectors beyond what is in the list in the original "Sticky" thread ?

Also, are there any good rebuilt injector sources that I can order from directly rather than buy used and THEN send the inj out to be rebuilt ??

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Injector Dynamics injectors.
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I'll check them out.
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Injector Dynamics injectors.

Do they also "sell" or just rebuild ?
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they sell, you're pretty much stuck with 725cc or 1000cc, but they are the best injector on the market.
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Cool!!!
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otherwise, the best used one I'd recommend is the yellow 440cc rx8 ones.
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Happy turkey day to one and all !!!

Got a used RRFPR on the way.

Can the fuel pressure at idle be adjusted so that the car will idle with larger injectors ?
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the whole point of a FMU is so small injectors can provide more fueling.


I dont understand the way you think.
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the whole point of a FMU is so small injectors can provide more fueling.


I dont understand the way you think.
LMAO!! Hey, at least we are not married

The slightly larger injectors are already installed.
If I go back to a stock ECU the motor will likely run rich.

Does the the RRFPR also have the ability to reduce fuel pressure so that I don't have to go back to smaller injectors ?
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no. only a super FMU or a fancier more expensive BEGi unit can, when you remove the stock FPR.
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