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Old 08-20-2010, 02:21 AM   #1
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Default RC 750cc injectors w/clips

Selling a set of used RC 750cc injectors that I had on my 2001 Miata. They are part #PL4-750 and will come with the clips that allow them to plug in to a factory Miata wiring harness. One of the clips had an abrasion on the coating of the wire so I put some shrink wrap over it to protect it, other than that they have been wonderful to me. With any injector, I would recommend that they are cleaned/flowed prior to installation. I'm asking $250 shipped for them and they are as is without a warranty.

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If only I was ready to move up...
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Let's try $225 shipped to almost anywhere.
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Let's try $210 shipped to almost anywhere.
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I thought they would be gone yesterday. How about $200 shipped almost anywhere.
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how many miles?
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5-6 thousand miles at the most.
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Anyone?
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can I see a picture?
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can I see a picture?
They look just like any other RC injector. Anything special you're wanting to see?
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Yes, I would like to see the overall state of the injectors because they are used, that's all

Thanks
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Here's a photo that I just took of them.

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Are they low-Z or high-Z?
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They are low impedance peak and hold design.
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so they are not gonna be pnp into my fuel rail...
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so they are not gonna be pnp into my fuel rail...
Post up some pics of your fuel rail...
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I have the same injectors in a FM fuel rail (stock replacement i believe)
They fit great!!!

You WILL NEED to run resistors with them (take them off an old honda, I got mine from a 91 prelude)

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Run a Peak and Hold injector driver

OR

Depending on which ECU you have it might run them.
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my fuel rail is a 1.6 1990 factory one,

my bad, I was'nt tinking about the fuel rail, I mean because they are low-Z, are they gonna work on my system?

What I got right now is High-Z injectors...
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I have the same injectors in a FM fuel rail (stock replacement i believe)
They fit great!!!

You WILL NEED to run resistors with them (take them off an old honda, I got mine from a 91 prelude)

OR

Run a Peak and Hold injector driver

OR

Depending on which ECU you have it might run them.
I'll be driving megasquirt I
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