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Old 12-19-2011, 12:11 AM   #1
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Default 425cc Pnp Injectors -Subaru 3920

I have 2 sets of brandnew 195500 3920 high impedance Subaru 425cc injectors for sale. (See here for the PNP injectors link)

Are supplied with grommet and fuel line o'ring and in packaging.
They are direct fit into the Miata however you will need to take out the 5mm fuel rail spacer as these are slightly shorter than stock injectors.

Hard to find injectors this cheap.



Selling for $189 shipped worldwide for 4
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Hard to find injectors this cheap.



Selling for $189 shipped worldwide for 4
except on the subaru forums where they go for 40 bux
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except on the subaru forums where they go for 40 bux
+1 my shop has these all over the place. He'll I got most of them free
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you'll also need to machine spacers, as these injectors are much shorter than miata ones.
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That sux!
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you'll also need to machine spacers, as these injectors are much shorter than miata ones.
I measured them up and cantsee why I'd need spacers, plus they are on the miata turbo pnp list. Surely others mustv used them without spacers for them to get onto that list in the first place??
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I measured them up and cantsee why I'd need spacers
The three 5mm fuel rail spacers also locate and align the fuel rail and injectors and can't simply be "taken out".
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The three 5mm fuel rail spacers also locate and align the fuel rail and injectors and can't simply be "taken out".
Miata's can't simply be turbo'd either but people still do it and surprisingly they still seem to work. Besides, I think 'aug' is talking about this type of spacer
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