Fuel injectors

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Vermilion
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Fuel injectors

Postby Vermilion » Tue Apr 18, 2017 11:00 am

I am buying new fuel injectors for my 2.8 V6 engine, I wonder if these are good enough.

1700cc/3 bar Bosch EV14, 9 ohm, Jetronic
O-O 61mm "Long"
Compatible with RE85

I wonder if there is going to be any problems with big injectors?
Though these aren't so big cause my buddy has supra has he has 2200cc.
But the price is also important in my case. 500€ for 6pcs doesn't sound so bad.

What do you think?
http://www.ahtoja.com/tuotekuvat/350x350/EV14-1700.JPG

Dansta
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Re: Fuel injectors

Postby Dansta » Tue Apr 18, 2017 12:32 pm

Are these meant to fit where the mfi injectors sit? Because you are converting from mfi to efi?Or is your engine a granny 2.8 efi engine?

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Re: Fuel injectors

Postby Vermilion » Tue Apr 18, 2017 1:07 pm

Dansta wrote:Are these meant to fit where the mfi injectors sit? Because you are converting from mfi to efi?Or is your engine a granny 2.8 efi engine?


http://www.suomencaprit.fi/foorumi/gara ... age_id=327

I am not converting MFI to EFi, because
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Old small injectors won't be sufficied anymore they are only 83lbs/3bar (870cc)

Dansta
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Re: Fuel injectors

Postby Dansta » Tue Apr 18, 2017 2:12 pm

Very nice. I've been looking for 2.8 EFI parts for a forced induction upgrade but they're rare and horribly expensive so I'll go 2.9 as a base instead.

Vermilion
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Re: Fuel injectors

Postby Vermilion » Tue Apr 18, 2017 2:30 pm

Dansta wrote:Very nice. I've been looking for 2.8 EFI parts for a forced induction upgrade but they're rare and horribly expensive so I'll go 2.9 as a base instead.



Dunno if rare i have 3pcs 2.8 Efi engines and 1x 2.8 MFI.

Vermilion
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Re: Fuel injectors

Postby Vermilion » Tue Apr 18, 2017 2:31 pm

Just wondering if Bosch is best injetor choice and if big size brings problems or not.

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Re: Fuel injectors

Postby Vermilion » Tue Apr 18, 2017 4:29 pm

Bosch says about those injectors...

Bosch recommends using this injector only with CNG. Use with other type of fuel at your own risk. Nominal flow rates: 3 bar/ 1800cc, 4 bar/ 2040cc, 5 bar/ 2250cc

Anyidea what problem could happen if run with E85


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