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Old 11-09-2007, 01:01 PM   #1
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Here is a set of low impedance injectors. They're plug and play since you have the plugs. They were cleaned by witchhunter performance back in January. 75+shipping
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Are these low or high impedance they look like high from the picture.
Do yo have a part number?
What RX7 are they from?
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They are from an 88 GXL. It is a fuzzy year where they switched to high impotence injectors. They have square plugs so I'm pretty sure they are low.
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Old 11-09-2007, 03:27 PM   #4
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From rx7club faq
86-87 13B NA, low square center, 460cc, red, 195500-1350
88 13B NA, high square offset, 460cc, purple, 195500-1350

They aren't purple but they are from an 88 same PN so I'm thinking low impedence
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WHAT!!!! my rx7 550 are red and got the same plugs...does that mean it can be low????????
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Jesus, take a multimeter and messure them to know for sure.
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They are low square offset. Like I said 88 was a transition period between high and low impedence
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what's the part number on them?
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where is it located? i looked on it and found only the word denso
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shoudl be on the red part under the black insulator.
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If anyone wants the injectors and doesn't need the plugs/wires, let me know.
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Bump iirc all that is necessary is a resistor for each injector for these to run properly v=ir. Who wants them?
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Now I'm confused. According to the pic above, they are high imp, right? Are the connectors the same as the 2010 connectors? If so, I could use the wires.
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65 shipped someone c'mon and paypal me
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So these are direct fits?
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Since I'm including the plugs a little soldering is required but yes the fuel feed and everything lines up.
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