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Old 04-05-2007, 11:13 PM   #1
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will low imp injectors work pnp with a mk1 link system??
such as dsm 450s or supra 440s
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I don't think so, at least not with out ballast resistors. If it's like a MK2 Link.
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The MKI standalone Link?

It needs high Z injectors, so if you use low Z injectors you'll need to add resistors. So, no, not PNP, but compatible if you add resistors. Not worth the effort, imo, unless they're really cheap.
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Or you are stuck with a fucked up injector and can only find low impedance locally
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no i really would like a set of the rx7 440 high imp injectors but the only ones i can find on ebay are 450 dsms and other things that are kinda high priced...
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any top-feed injector off almost any car can be made to work.


My FAQ has the best PNP list in town, including a select few low-ohm injectors that will work very easily.
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Go to rx7club.com. There are usually a couple of sets forsale there. Your best bet would be 19550-2010 (460cc) or the 19550-2020 (550cc). They are direct fit plug and play.
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