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tom130691

posted on 20th Nov 17 at 15:40

quote:
Originally posted by RoweY
So probably better to just replace my goosed injectors with some standard ones ?


Replace it for what ever is cheaper wont make a difference to performance


RoweY

posted on 20th Nov 17 at 14:40

So probably better to just replace my goosed injectors with some standard ones ?


Ian

posted on 20th Nov 17 at 13:37

I'd still not be convinced until I saw lean codes at the lambda


RoweY

posted on 20th Nov 17 at 09:28

Would be getting a custom exhaust with dpf delete and a vxr intercooler then remapped


Ian

posted on 20th Nov 17 at 01:18

Pointless on its own, your injectors will only ever deliver enough fuel to get the correct mixture as determined by the ECU which relies on sensors around the engine. Without any requirement for additional fuel, larger injectors will be timed with a smaller pulse width to give you the same amount of fuel as if you were running standard equipment.


RoweY

posted on 19th Nov 17 at 10:02

My injectors have give up on me so was wondering if their was an upgrade for them I've heard that some fiat injectors would fit from the 1.3 Multijet 95bhp engine. Anyone done this ?