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Old 02-20-2015, 01:06 PM   #1
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Default PNP, flow-matched GT500 Injectors

Hey everyone,

In my quest for a budget DIY turbo build with the awesome, soon to be ready Miata Kitty Turbo kit, I decided I wanted flow matched GT500 Injectors. Since noonew as flow matching them for me, I rolled up my sleeves to do it myself, meaning I'll have a bunch of injectors left over. I also ordered a bunch of bits to make them pnp.

I'm having 24 injectors flow tested at full open, idle, and 50%, plus 2 of them tested with a wider battery of tests including dead times. I should have them back in my hot little hands in about 3 weeks. I'll post the flow and deadtime stats for the community.

Also, I've got more pnp bits than I do injectors, so if you want to save a couple bucks and don't care about flow matching, find a good deal on the injectors and you get all the pieces to make them pnp from me.

Flow matched injectors with pnp kits (I should have them ready to ship in about 3 weeks) - $260
PNP kits, which include the top hat extender, seat cushion and plug adapters (I've got these now) - $75





The awesomeness of these budget-friendly injectors has been much discussed, although the price of the injector has gone up.
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Interested in this. Well, the deadtime info at least. I already have the injectors/hats/clips.
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Correct diadem info for these injectors would be awesome to have.
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Might wanna post the injector size (supposedly 625) for those who don't know.

Although that might be why you're waiting until you get actual flow data.
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Just an FYI to anyone on the fence, buying the parts to build a single set will cost fairly close to that. And they won't be flow matched.


And you get pink ones
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Might wanna post the injector size (supposedly 625) for those who don't know.

Although that might be why you're waiting until you get actual flow data.
These are listed at 609cc at 3 bar, but real flow data will tell all.

The model number is DR3Z-9F593-A or CM-5216 depending on where you look. More deets below (copy pasta!):

This OEM Ford fuel injector was specifically designed for the 2013-2014 Shelby GT5000 Mustang. They are designed with a USCAR style electrical connector and an EV14 style body. These fuel injectors will provide precise control of fuel delivery and atomization for increased power, improved throttle response and better fuel economy.

Features and Benefits:
- Injector volume can be increase with higher fuel pressure
- Same injector used on the 2013-2014 GT500 Shelby Mustangs
- 55 lb. high impedance EV14 injectors with USCAR connectors
- Great for upgrading on modified 2007-2012 GT500's
- 55lb/hr. @ 39.5psi fuel pressure = 577cc
- 58lb/hr. @ 43.5psi fuel pressure = 609cc
- 66lb/hr. @ 58psi fuel pressure = 693cc

Ford Part number DR3Z-9F593-A is Original equipment on the 2013-2014 Shelby GT500.




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*Not legal for sale or use on pollution-controlled motor vehicles. Or your miata if you drive it on the street.
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Also, I've seen these listed as 627cc @ 3bar, so flow data will be our friend.
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Also, I've seen these listed as 627cc @ 3bar, so flow data will be our friend.
Which are the same as these; Bosch 60lb 630cc Fuel Injectors Dodge Neon SRT4 Caliber PT Cruiser 2 4 Turbo | eBay
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Wish I saw this thread earlier, just pieced together your PNP kit :(
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Wish I saw this thread earlier, just pieced together your PNP kit :(
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Dang, just bought injectors last week. How much for just the extenders and cushions?
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Dang, just bought injectors last week. How much for just the extenders and cushions?
I could give you those for $50 shipped. I get those from five-o, and I get them for basically the same price as they sell them for, so it would be just as a favor. If you can find them cheaper elsewhere you should totally buy them.
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Sounds fair. I was in talks with FiveO as well, but they didn't have anything other than black. As far as the clips go, I'll be going with the shorter hard plastic ones
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Sounds fair. I was in talks with FiveO as well, but they didn't have anything other than black. As far as the clips go, I'll be going with the shorter hard plastic ones
Did you find some short hard clips that work? I think shuiend tried some that didn't work, and I couldn't find any I was happy with. Let me know that you find, and if they work for you.
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The short, solid clips didn't work for my motor. '96 BP, stock fuel rail. They were too long and the harness connector hit the block.
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Did you find some short hard clips that work? I think shuiend tried some that didn't work, and I couldn't find any I was happy with. Let me know that you find, and if they work for you.
My fuel rail is tightened, and the short caps are on. And it was tight. So, fingers crossed they should work. Haven't started the car yet though.
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I believe those were the ones I was going to grab. I didn't see Las had a problem.
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I believe those were the ones I was going to grab. I didn't see Las had a problem.
Lars had a problem with the short, solid pigtail adapters. Maybe you're getting the two confused.
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Lars had a problem with the short, solid pigtail adapters. Maybe you're getting the two confused.
No, the short plastic ones were the ones I was going to get. I didn't know people were having problems with them
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