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Old 01-11-2011, 09:26 AM   #1
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Four Rx7 Turbo 550 injectors from a working car $85 shipped within the USA

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Part number? Should be on the side of the injectors.
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part number? Should be on the side of the injectors.
195500-1370
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Tan top Low Impedence. GLWS
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Tan top Low Impedence. GLWS
Thanks, What does that mean ?
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It means they are Low Impedence not high Impedence. Good Luck With Sale.
Stock miata injectors are high impedence, as are RX7 injectors part numbers: 195500-1370 and 1350. The ones you have may physically fit a miata, but you will need a low impedence injector driver to run them.

Injector impedance describes the electrical resistance of the solenoid windings. These are usually grouped in two categories:
Low- 1.7 to 3.0 ohms (Peak and Hold Driver/Injectors) High- 10 to 16 ohms (Saturated Circuit Drivers/Injectors)
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I'm sorry. I know about impedance etc. I meant what does the GLWS meant ?

I was going to drive them with a MS and use a resistor if need be.

Thanks for clarifying for me .
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where in FL are you located? i might be interested if you have some pictures of them.
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they are Low Impedence not high Impedence. ... Rx7 injectors part numbers: 195500-1370...[are high impedance]

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195500-1370 can come in both high or low...btw fwiw fyi
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Far as I know it is just a matter of adding the correct resistor.

BTW these come with connectors.
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do you have them in your hands and do you have a multimeter?
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do you have them in your hands and do you have a multimeter?
You want me to measure DC resistance ?
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do you have them in your hands and do you have a multimeter?
Ok the solenoid resistances average 12.8 ohms ...
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ok, they are high ohm. everyone can chill the **** out now.
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ok, they are high ohm. everyone can chill the **** out now.
Yeah and buy them

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