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Old 02-21-2015, 12:33 PM   #21
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Out in the mail today

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Looks good. I'll post up when I get them.
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Where to buy the PNP harnesses by themselves?
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From me! $30/4 shipped to conus.
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Dig the website lol.
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TLDR;

are these PNP? how many cc? price?
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are these PNP? how many cc? price?
yes. 630ish (flow tests will give you the true answer). $260.
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yes. 630ish (flow tests will give you the true answer). $260.
You are way to nice.
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You serious? Read the first post? ****, read the title?
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Deciding between these and rx7 injectors, or Id100's. xD

Biggest problem being, I don't know anything about injectors. Doing my first turbo setup.
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Deciding between these and rx7 injectors, or Id100's. xD

Biggest problem being, I don't know anything about injectors. Doing my first turbo setup.
Go read. A lot.
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Deciding between these and rx7 injectors, or Id100's. xD

Biggest problem being, I don't know anything about injectors. Doing my first turbo setup.
People have been very happy with ID1000s, but they are pricey. People have been generally unhappy with rx7 injectors, but they can be found pretty cheap.

... and I haven't heard of ID100's, but if they exist they would flow less than your stock ones, so probably not a great bet
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People have been very happy with ID1000s, but they are pricey. People have been generally unhappy with rx7 injectors, but they can be found pretty cheap.

... and I haven't heard of ID100's, but if they exist they would flow less than your stock ones, so probably not a great bet
Basically ID1000's are the best of the best. If it is a track car that you are competing with and need the best, you go with ID's. The RX7 injectors were the cheap solution that we were using mid 2000's, they are EV1 injectors and horribly old technology. You can pick them up uncleaned around $50-100, then you spend another $75-100 getting them cleaned and flow tested. At this point in time we have these new Mustang injectors that are a metric ****-ton better at a slightly higher price. Unless you have an extremely specific reason to use RX7 injectors, such as being under a budget for a competition, spending the extra $50 is worth it.
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RX8 injectors are also good, and cheap if you find them in the right place. I believe they are EV-7? So in the middle.
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RX8 injectors are also good, and cheap if you find them in the right place. I believe they are EV-7? So in the middle.
RX8 injectors are EV-6. So better then the RX7 injectors, but not as good as the Mustang injectors. I would still highly recommend the Mustang injectors over the RX8 ones.
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Shhhhhh, I still have to sell my RX-8 to pay for mustang ones.
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Shhhhhh, I still have to sell my RX-8 to pay for mustang ones.
There's enough people who don't read I doubt you'll have a problem.
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Lol you've got quite a point.
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So I got a package today.






Everything fits and looks great. Thanks again!
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I'll be ordering a set soon. Hopefully when I stop spending on my beetle ha
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