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MSPNP w/ 560cc Evo 9 injectors??

Old 11-27-2011, 11:54 PM
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I looked around and couldnt find any info on this..

So has anyone here tried running the stock evo injectors? I know I will need to get the right injector clips and I have that part taken care of (www.spoolinup.com).

The 560cc are low-impendence. And they are the same height as the miata injectors..

I have these sitting around so it could save me $200 if I can use them... I might just wire them up and try them out.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Old 11-29-2011, 01:11 AM
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Anyone? Anyone? Beuller? Lol
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Old 11-29-2011, 08:46 AM
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IIRC they are a touch shorter than miata injectors, by a few mm, so it may require removing the rail spacers.

with that being said, why wouldnt they work with ms, after you take of the low-ohm business.......................................... ...............
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Old 11-29-2011, 07:31 PM
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I guess ill just try them out. and I just double checked the height of the stock blue tops to the evo 9 560ccs. They have a .010 of difference.. I will just have to install them to find out. Ill report back with the injector settings for the evo9 injectors.. I know that the stock evo 8/9 ecu have the injector cc setting to 513cc for the 560cc.. So I might have to play around a bit to get the right numbers
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AbeFM ran EVO8 injectors with MS, but he doesn't post here much anymore. That's where I got the idea, I run the same injectors with Adaptronic. Any ECU will control low-z injectors.
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Old 12-04-2011, 02:02 AM
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Thanks for the info. Im just waiting for my evo 9 bov so I can get the tune nailed down with the evo 9 injectors
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Old 01-03-2012, 05:03 PM
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so what is the latest prognosis on the evo 560cc injectors? my friend is giving me his today and im installing the greddy e-ultimate. in the instructions the greddy says to use the same resistance injectors as stock so i was curious if the resistance was even the same. lmk what you found out about the evo injectors and how you made them fit. thanks
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Stock are high imp, EVO9 are low- imp. So no, only use them with a full standalone that supports them.
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the rx7 440 work just fine right? does anyone know anything about the greddy e-ultimate?
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Originally Posted by mookie_fiasco View Post
the rx7 440 work just fine right? does anyone know anything about the greddy e-ultimate?
We only do MS here.
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Lol all the stuff he asked was in earlier.posts.. He needs touse his brain and read.

But fyi. I ended up getting a set of 460cc and keeping it simple.by staying with high ohm injectors
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Lol all the stuff he asked was in earlier.posts.. He needs touse his brain and read.

But fyi. I ended up getting a set of 460cc and keeping it simple.by staying with high ohm injectors
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