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Old 02-05-2007, 02:57 PM   #21
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the one that's pictured is definately purple. but as a guy who has a dozen of them, some appear purple, some appear to be the same red color of the contemporary 460 injectors, but have the 550 part number on the side. Denso may have changed the pigment supplier or something after a certain point. Mine all flowed *exactly* the same after servicing. I mean EXACTLY +/- 0 deviation
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I dunno looks purple to me




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I'd scream photoshop, but it sounds like they deviate their colours quite often
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Old 02-05-2007, 04:12 PM   #23
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hue/saturation FTW.
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If you are getting them used the underhood temps of rx7 usually cause the colored plastic to discolor...also causing the variance in color...
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This may or may not help me....buuuutt where do you get dialetric grease from? I've looked everyhere and no-where seems to sell it!
Should be near the RTVs and such. The stuff I have is in a metal foil tube about 3" long. It's getting tougher to find for sure.
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Not on the website last I looked, but they do offer them. I think they include them with the FMII Link & Hydra kits
Which is kind of ironic. On the 90-93 cars (excluding California 93's) they run batch fire. With the link (and probably the hydra) you can fire sequential. BUT you have to reqire the stock harness, which includes cutting and adding a couple of wires.

So plug and play yes, but the installation with the link is NOT plug and play

I have no point really.
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Should be near the RTVs and such. The stuff I have is in a metal foil tube about 3" long. It's getting tougher to find for sure.
RTV?
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Which is kind of ironic. On the 90-93 cars (excluding California 93's) they run batch fire. With the link (and probably the hydra) you can fire sequential. BUT you have to reqire the stock harness, which includes cutting and adding a couple of wires.

So plug and play yes, but the installation with the link is NOT plug and play

I have no point really.
the LINK only fires sequential below certain revs and load, then it switches back to batch....
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RTV?
RTV = room temperture vulcanizing, AKA silicone sealers



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here it is at Checker/Shucks/Kragen http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductD...rtnumber=22058

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Old 02-17-2007, 02:35 AM   #30
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dude, you either need your eyes testing or a new monitor

my monitor at work only shows a black square...
the pic braineack posted shows the injector pic and the black box
plus the injector attatchment... (might be some setting in my pc)
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Ok im gonna settle this once and for all, i have a set in front of me as I type this. Its not red, nor is it purple. It is Maroon you dumb *****!
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lol... its not maroon, its red or its purple, red or purple... lol... j/k.
this color reminds me of grapejuice color spilled on a white table...
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yes maroon
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