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Old 06-28-2009, 10:12 AM   #1
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goin turbo (gt28r) and currently have na injectors in my 2001. besides the fm 550's what else is available from other cars?
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besides the fm 550's what else is available from other cars?
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yes yes, i read now. i guess im looking for some 550 high impedance injectors... in case anyone has any
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Check the classifieds, they pop up all the time.
You can also cruise the various RX7 forums and eBay.
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how are you planning to controll the larger injectors newb?
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how are you planning to controll the larger injectors newb?
this newb comes hydra equipped
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this newb comes hydra equipped
Sorry to hear.
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this newb comes hydra equipped
GJ carry on then
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Sorry to hear.
do tell why
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do tell why
I've found the interface software to be ultra buggy.
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hmm, i dont seem to have that issue.
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Deatschwerks 600's from sponsor Deatschwerks or Boundary Engineering.

I have them in my 99 and the price is right for new injectors. Right around $300.
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When I bought my rx7 550's I paid $65 shipped for a set that was just rebuilt on rx7club.com, sometimes you find deals like that.
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You need to have a computer to run injectors bigger than 1.8L's correct?
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You need to have a computer to run injectors bigger than 1.8L's correct?
You need to have a computer of some kind to run any injectors. They ain't vacuum-operated.











Ok, seriously. Common wisdom is that the 1.8 injectors (which are about a 15% upsize, represent the limit of what a stock 1.6 ECU can idle as well as stock. The reality of the situation is that if you're in a place where you have exceeded the limits of your AFPR (or you are going F/I and wish not to use an AFPR) then yes, you really do need to be running an aftermarket ECU or piggyback device to gain control of your fuel and ignition needs.
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