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Old 01-09-2010, 12:08 AM   #21
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does anyone know which 1000cc injoctors i need from rc part number would be greatly appreciated
Let me google that for you. Wait. **** that. Do it yourself. Companies do have websites nowadays and toll free numbers.


Regarding the ATI dampener, a gay sympathizer named hustler recently posted a picture of NASCAR engine and it had one...

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Actually, after a slight amount of research, I find that there are multiple types and levels of "nascar" engines. Meh, who knows if they are on jeff gordon's race car. Nyways

Read this about damper:

Engine Damper - Circle Track Magazine
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Old 01-09-2010, 12:17 AM   #22
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Use the 4bar mapdaddy, it was the same price and the 3bar when I bought it a month ago and has baro correction as well. it was fairly simple to install.
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Old 01-09-2010, 11:44 AM   #23
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I'd like to see a dyno chart to back that [email protected] as well, as well as an ECU map.
Pics or I call bullshit!
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Old 01-09-2010, 01:35 PM   #24
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what i made 301hp lasy year at 12 psi with 550cc and 190 fuel pump same turbo
I think you're mistaken about the turbo you are running. You must be using a GT4 series to get that whp at that boost
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300 crank not wheel

called flyingmiata they have no idea of the part number i need for 1000cc injectors same for begi so you tell me what i should do now

here some pics of some of my stuff








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Old 01-09-2010, 07:28 PM   #26
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What correction factor was used to get crank numbers? What were the actual wheel numbers? Nobody in the Miata world uses crank horsepower - every single quoted number is WHP.
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Old 01-09-2010, 11:46 PM   #27
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Regarding the ATI dampener, a gay sympathizer named hustler recently posted a picture of NASCAR engine and it had one...

something like

*cool engine pic*

Actually, after a slight amount of research, I find that there are multiple types and levels of "nascar" engines. Meh, who knows if they are on jeff gordon's race car. Nyways

Read this about damper:

Engine Damper - Circle Track Magazine
I've only seen ATI stuff on NASCAR and prostock engines. The pic posted here is of an LS based spec engine for the lower regional series. The top level cup & sprint engines do run ATI stuff too.
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called flyingmiata they have no idea of the part number i need for 1000cc injectors same for begi so you tell me what i should do now
I'd try calling RC.

I'm feeling nice this evening - what you really want are the new Bosch 1000cc saturated injectors, which I've heard nothing but good things about. Any injector that fits a 2nd gen Rx7 will fit our car, so you should ask Bosch or a Bosch retailer about 1000cc saturated injectors for the FC Rx7. They will send the right parts. I'm using RC750s right now, and if my E85 conversion later this year requires a set of 1000cc injectors, I'll be ordering the Bosch units.
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300 crank not wheel
Now that makes a little more sense...
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I'd try calling RC.

I'm feeling nice this evening - what you really want are the new Bosch 1000cc saturated injectors, which I've heard nothing but good things about. Any injector that fits a 2nd gen Rx7 will fit our car, so you should ask Bosch or a Bosch retailer about 1000cc saturated injectors for the FC Rx7. They will send the right parts. I'm using RC750s right now, and if my E85 conversion later this year requires a set of 1000cc injectors, I'll be ordering the Bosch units.
thanks for the info and yes its 232whp (mustang dyno) most prob a littl more than that on dyno packs
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Instead of buying the bosch injectors you can just buy my RC 750CC injectors. Pigtails with connectors n all.
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If you look at the DSM crowd, generally you dont really get too much in the way of idle problems untill about 1000CC injectors. I used 950s with no trouble, but then I also had a management system that allowed me to dial in dead time. You get the real headaches when you run the 1600 injectors. But those are almost never needed. Honestly I'll bet that 750s or even 650s will do the trick, especilly if you get water/meth.
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If you look at the DSM crowd, generally you dont really get too much in the way of idle problems untill about 1000CC injectors. I used 950s with no trouble, but then I also had a management system that allowed me to dial in dead time. You get the real headaches when you run the 1600 injectors. But those are almost never needed. Honestly I'll bet that 750s or even 650s will do the trick, especilly if you get water/meth.
I've heard testimonials say that the Bosch 1000s idle like a 600cc injector. The minimum times are insanely low.
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Cool, I did not know that. I loved my 950s and the fact that my duty cycle was maxing at like 60% running very rich on a ~300HP car. But I did have to adjust my dead time to like 28 or 30 usec or something, I dont remember exactly. They were good and you would not know they were there in DD situations, but I did loose maybe 1.5 MPG from my 650s. These Bosch unts sound nice.
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i bought the bosch 1000 today from fuelinjectorclinic.com there on the way to my house
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^ I got great service from him, good company.
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Old 01-19-2010, 01:49 PM   #37
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heres some pics they just came in today bosch 1000cc


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I'm using RC750s right now, and if my E85 conversion later this year requires a set of 1000cc injectors, I'll be ordering the Bosch units.
I think you will need them, man. IIRC, I calculated a conservative 800cc on E85 for like 300 wheel.

I have my ID1000s on order through my local tuner. I can't wait to rub on them. Rue the day when I bought the 450s.
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How the hell is such a large flow injector in such a small physical package??!!

They do look pretty sweet though, I'm insanely jealous. Not that I would ever need 1000cc injectors but I'd like to be able to look at em when I lift the bonnet.
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