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Old 03-27-2007, 06:39 PM   #1
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Thanks everyone once again!


These are the plug and play 89 -91 rx7 (S5) 550cc injectors. They are brand new. They are not rebuilt or remanufactured. I have been losing some serious money lately, so I really want to sell these for a decent price. If your looking for perhaps the best possible injector for use with a standalone ecu, this is it. I am asking $200 including priority shipping for the set of four.

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I will post some pictures when I get a chance.
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Sorry to threadcrap, but $200 is absurd. You can get them for $100 a set all day long and cleaning is $60. I got my set for $75.
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Who are you to **** on his thread like that? They are brand new, not used and cleaned. I got mine used and had them cleaned just like you but like you said, $100 avg. (I paid $75) for a used set & $65 to clean after shipping. That means he is asking an extra $35 for a set of New mazda parts. Sounds reasonable to me.
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WTF man! Used is $100 for the injectors plus $60 to service them ($15 ea) plus another $15 shipping both ways. That's a total of $175.

Price seems fair for a brand new set. If you were going to blast anything, I would have gone after the claim that they're the best possible injector (they're not, but they are great for the money), not the price which is fair.

Don't be a dick!
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Thanks for watching my back, guys.

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Now those are some dang nice looking injectors.
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Do you need adaptors to use them on a 1991 miata or is it bolt on? Also, are these high impedance or low impedance?
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bolt on, plug in, correct impedance (ugh, can't remember which). I bought these for my 91 but I am staying low boost for financial reasons, at least until next year.
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I intend to run a link ECU and I know they need to be high impedance per FM.
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they are high impedence
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the same injectors were fine with my link.
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Buy it now and I might throw in instructions on how to make your own electric supercharger!

Can you believe they put a favorable write up of an electric supercharger in sport compact car magazine!?
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The link is capable of handeling low and high imp injectors, the low imp require a resistor...
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Thats not a bad price at all...I just can't pay that much for them right now. :(

PM me if you can't find a buyer.
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