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Old 04-24-2012, 11:15 PM   #1
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I've got some fuel Injectors from an '88 RX-7 Normally Aspirated engine up for sale.

Apparently these are 460cc, and I measured the resistance as 2.8ohms.

I have never used them myself - I bought them from a friend who was parting out an RX-7.

I'm looking for high impedance injectors for my build, so these are up for sale.

Looking for $60 $50 shipped in the lower 48. OBO.

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Are these the same as the '88-'91 RX7 460cc injectors?

The Wiki http://miataturbo.wikidot.com/fuel-injectors gives the part number as #195500-2010 ... any idea?

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The '89-91 Injectors are high impedance, but these are low impedance which I verified with a multimeter. They might be from an '87 not an '88, can't say for sure. In any case, they would need either a peak and hold driver, or have some resistors put inline in the wiring harness to work. Can be used with a megasquirt with the right hardware mods.

I will check the exact part number on the injectors when I get home (currently on vacation - will be home Monday evening).
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The part number on the injectors is: 195500-1350. Price dropped to $50 Shipped. Get some spare injectors cheap!
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Hot Beef Injection. Bump
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