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Old 04-02-2016, 09:54 PM   #21
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Just for another reference about the DW injectors. I ran DW1000's in my car in 2010/2011. They needed need to run pig rich at idle to stay smooth, and the upper fuel values I needed in my VE table was horrible. I was not happy with them at all.

I then switched to ID1000's and there was a night and day difference. I could idle at 14.7 perfect at whatever rpm I wanted and the idle was smooth. My fuel table looked so much better after tuning.

After that experience I will never recommend DW injectors to anyone for any reason. ID1000's if you have the money, otherwise Flowforce if you are on a budget.
Thanks man that seems like you all seem to like the ID1000's for a better spray pattern I will have to look into them
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Old 04-02-2016, 11:22 PM   #22
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Thanks man that seems like you all seem to like the ID1000's for a better spray pattern I will have to look into them
Another alternative if you are not up to spending the $$ for id1000s is a company called rci. They take a 1000cc Bosch injector and flow match them in sets.
ID is better but these will work well enough. They are somewhere around 350 for a new set shipped. I ran them in my Sti before I sold it and I also have them in my 2jz Miata right now.
Anything bigger then 1000cc ID is the only option without a doubt.
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Not like it really matters, but ID1000's are overkill, I was doing some calculations, and on 100% Ethanol, 35psi boost, stock fuel pressure, I was at like 95% duty cycle on ID1000's lol

Then again, there is no penalty for this headroom, as they idle great (so i'm told) and aren't any more expensive than the ID850 or ID750.
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Add timing. You're 5 degrees retarded from the map that people make fun of me for running on my stock pistons with a point higher compression than you have. There's some crazy power to be had there.

Steal my timing map and add 5% fuel in boost so it doesn't lean out from the added power and I bet you either crap yourself on the first pull you make. Also, more timing helped my boost creep issue a lot, it may do the same for you.
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Old 04-03-2016, 01:26 AM   #25
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have you personally run deatchwerks injectors or tuned cars with them and you know from experience? the 1200cc injectors in my car are able to easily maintain a proper air to fuel ratio at 800 rpm, also i have not really had an issue tuning with the injectors. O

in exactly what ways are the injectors crap? i just knocked out idle quality but if you know something about the spray pattern or something scientific about them please inform me as i would love to know why they are crap but just telling me they are crap leads me to believe you do not know enough about them to tell me why.

also what parts of the build do you see as janky? please name each component you feel is not of good quality and state why. otherwise your information will be deemed in-valid.

i appreciate any information you guys have and am willing to take suggestions however i am looking for more than "crap or janky" as an answer.
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haha no thanks, I was looking for a more technical answer than an opinion based answer. if your not interested in providing technical feedback then I would suggest you go away.
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Not like it really matters, but ID1000's are overkill, I was doing some calculations, and on 100% Ethanol, 35psi boost, stock fuel pressure, I was at like 95% duty cycle on ID1000's lol

Then again, there is no penalty for this headroom, as they idle great (so i'm told) and aren't any more expensive than the ID850 or ID750.
I maxed mine out on E85 at 28-30 PSI, with 65 PSI base pressure, and a Walbro255HP/Walbro450 in the tank/6an lines/50A relay/10 gauge wires to pumps/fuel pressure sensor showing 95 PSI fuel pressure at 100% duty cycle.
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^good to know, I just bought the ID1000's... I plan on eventually maxing the c30-94 rotrex out, and maybe I'll need more injector...
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Youll likely max those two out together
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Youll likely max those two out together
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Hey Jackson Racing. Do you have any pictures of the exhaust manifold? I want to put a gtx3071 on my miata. Trying to keep PS if I can. I'm trying to get some ideas on how to get the turbo to fit nicely.
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