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Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 11:15 am 
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whats standard, i have a chance to buy a set of blue bosch 24lbs rather cheap, are they better than standard, what sort of mods warrant these types of injectors?
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Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 12:15 pm 
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Stock are 19lb/hr

The first thing you'll need before you install 24lb/hr is an aftermarket computer.

 

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Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 12:44 pm 
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yeah it looks like i will be getting a hatech e5 setup,
and i will be installing that str8 away or is that not a good idea, only mods so far are wade 1004 112 cam, cat back 2.5 inch and KnN pod in cold air box, with 4 litre head shaved and ported with stronger springs on in a couple weeks,
then maybe the injectors too with a adjustable fuel reg i have, then once thats done comes the nos.....
with that info does anyone have any suggestions?
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Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 12:57 pm 
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I would install the injectors and ecu the same time as the head. Then you can just tune it once.
With the fuel reg, it's just a 1:1 right?
Lots of ppl get confused about what they need. If you have an aftermarket ECU an large enough injectors then you should only require a 1:1 regulator, even if it is turbo'd. Non-linear regulators just make tuning harder on aftermarket systems!

If it is adjustable, find out (google might help) what pressure creates the best spray pattern for your injectors. Set it at that and dont touch it during or after tuning.

 

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Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 1:01 pm 
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the reg i have is a holley adjustable, i dont know if suited to efi, it has the pressure gauge on top, same reg that comes with the red and blue pumps....
im told the haltech is fully adjustable for ignition and fuel..
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Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 2:35 pm 
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Felony wrote:
the reg i have is a holley adjustable, i dont know if suited to efi, it has the pressure gauge on top, same reg that comes with the red and blue pumps....
im told the haltech is fully adjustable for ignition and fuel..
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Just use the factory 1:1 regulator.

Theyre available in 270 and 300kpa (stock and XR6) or 350kpa (requires an AU Fuel rail).

300kpa, 24lb/hr injectors and a haltech should support up to around 170RWKW.

Adjustable regulators are pretty much what peopel opt for before moving to aftermarket ECU's.

As spork said, keep it simple.

 

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