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Old 02-22-2010, 05:22 PM   #1
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Posting for a local friend. Contact him at [email protected]


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These things work with the stock harnesses?
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are they plug and play?
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Old 02-22-2010, 10:31 PM   #4
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Guys.. I'm helping someone out by cross posting this for them (as per first line of the FS ad). Can't you guys do your own 2 minutes of homework about PnP? I can't even remember if our plugs are square or oval ... and i took some off a week ago...
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are they plug and play?
no. and they're 460cc
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195500-1350 numbers

i think they're low-imp due to color, center notch, and square plug shape
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Neither, the color, notch or plug shape tells you the resistance...but a multimeter sure will.

I've run these for a year, high impedance, and many of them flow higher than their rating, as notedl by my duty cycles.

Their shape and length are plug and play, as well as impedance with ECU, but the connectors are not PnP. You can order the pigtails NEW on eBay for $12, and simply splice the eight wires.

injector connector 4p kit DSM RX7 200sx Jeep Mitsubishi : eBay Motors (item 290386560420 end time Feb-28-10 23:23:11 PST)

My first set came with original connectors and they were rock solid, definitely worth buying new ones.

By the way...this is a good deal on freshly cleaned injectors. If you're thinking about buying used ones consider they usually have poor flow patterns if not dripping. I sold two sets last week, and didn't even want to charge half of this for them. I haven't seen cleaned or new injectors sell here for less than $180...and eBay is more expensive.
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And yup to actual size and imp and #.
Buddy randomly sent me a pm overnight.

"I messed up on the flow number

they are actually 460cc, not 480cc

low impedance

part no: 195500-1350"
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told you they were low
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told you they were low
You can see that on the test charts also.

Good local guy though, and a MT sponsor (deatschwerks) did the rebuild work. So you know the quality is top notch.
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yeah sorry if i came across wrong, i know all this because i talked to the seller and he was extremely responsive and helpful... i dont mean anything negative, I was ready to buy them untill they were low-z, with my goals and 460's being relatively common i didnt want to wire resistors.
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By the way...this is a good deal on freshly cleaned injectors. If you're thinking about buying used ones consider they usually have poor flow patterns if not dripping. I sold two sets last week, and didn't even want to charge half of this for them. I haven't seen cleaned or new injectors sell here for less than $180...and eBay is more expensive.
Hope the ones you sold me doesnt have poor flow pattern or drips
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Rebuilding/cleaning old/used injectors should be a requirement .

I started an old turbo build of mine on used dsm 450s once, uncleaned. Took 5 minutes for all 4 cylinders to run... ran on 3cyl that entire time .
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Rebuilding/cleaning old/used injectors should be a requirement .
This. Never know what you're going to get. Wasted a lot of time looking for other issues. One more vote for changing one thing at a time I guess.
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Low impedance, i did the service, they flowed great
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Old 04-11-2010, 04:34 PM   #17
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Apparently these are still around. Someone buy them.
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