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Old 01-21-2008, 06:51 PM   #1
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I am going to be getting some 550cc RC injectors and i was wondering about the connector on them. How hard is it to splice them into the stock wiring?
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Not hard, cut and crimp. Or you can buy the expensive adapters from FM.
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will the injectors come with a connector that plugs into them and goes to bare wires?
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Doubt it. I'm sure they'll be extra money.
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diyautotune.com sell the connectors to crimp in as well
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I am going to be getting some 550cc RC injectors and i was wondering about the connector on them. How hard is it to splice them into the stock wiring?
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It's very easy to fix the connectors, but why aren't you going with RX7 fd 2020 injectors? They are plug n play and they are 550cc/min too.
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hmm, i dont know, are they more expensive?
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No, they can commonly be had for around ~$65-100, then get them serviced or atleast tested by a company like witchhunter for another $65 or w/e it costs now.
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ive been looking and the cheapest i can find is 240 for 4 that have been cleaned and tested. any insight on where i can find them so cheap?
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rx7club.com and ebay
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I can find you a set of 4 if you want
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