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Rhino
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30th Oct 04 at 18:49   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Is there any difference between these?

Cheers..
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no they are the same
Rhino
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Can i change these for say...... 2ltr ones?
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dont knwo to be honest mate, i did a post about new injectors on my 1.6 a while back. ill dig it out
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I'm using 2ltr ones on my 1.6 but for my throttle bodied engine
miles
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Why would you want to change these for 2.0 ones?
Rhino
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Bigger injectors = more petrol and makes it slightly quicker.

Just im running the dbilas inlet manifold, and soon to get enlarged throttle body and exhaust manifold change.
Then get it remapped.

[Edited on 31-10-2004 by Rhino]
Rhino
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quote:
Originally posted by Stu_22
I'm using 2ltr ones on my 1.6 but for my throttle bodied engine



Is this worth doing mate?

Considering im not running throttle bodies...
Rileysport
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overfuelling maybe an issue
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it wont over fuel if the management knows how much fuel needs putting in, aslong as its mapped itll be ok
Greasemonkey
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surely if the ECU sends a pulse to the injector telling it to fire the puls will result in more fuel being released on a 2litre injector than a 1.6 one, them being bigger, it would overfuel like a MOFO i would have though, only really need it when ya around 160BHP
Greasemonkey
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Just up the fuel pressure in the injector rail using a FSE power boost valve but once again ya dont need it,
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nah man, if your running a tuned engine iv been told by some dude on here to change the injectors to creams, and they will run at about 60% of there flow rate......may be bull shit tho!
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They will defo overfuel untill they are mapped surely
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t obe expected they wount work proply unless you map them, same with wacking the fuel pressure up with an fse!! smoke smoke smoke
Greasemonkey
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smoke smoke smoke reminds me when my old GSI overfuelled
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lol, yeah man i have that on video, and your face aswell, shit man, the look of shock wernt a pretty one
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im still yet to see that vid
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quote:
Originally posted by Greasemonkey
im still yet to see that vid


cant email it you its too big man! il lfind a way, or ull have to pop down and watch us on the rollers! then we can laff at my face when it goes pop
Greasemonkey
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when is ya RR day, might stick the oil burning smoke machine head gasket popping monster on there
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yeah man im ment to be sorting a dat out today lol! im too lazy tho
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Lazy Mr Broster? Could be ME. I think you should have the day off work. On Thursday.
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lol am i gunna be ill
miles
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Bigger injectors offer no advantage if they are not needed, which they wont be in this application.

My C16XE Nova ran C20XE creams, but as said, with throttle bodies its a different storey...
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you will need this injectors even you tune your engine to 160 bhp with Mantzel Poerbox, cams, exhaust, head etc, because they are doing overtime (working 90% of the time, not good

But you have to map the ECU


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