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    Jerry: Possible bosch based higher pound injectors?

    I believe your bosch injectors are custom built using a Bosch body and spray disc. If this is the case can you source something like 70# injectors with this nice 4 hole atomizing tip rather than some of us trying to control 100# injectors or using the single nozzle Dekas? I'm sure there would be a great market for these which is why I'm making a thread of it


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    yes... yes there would be..... bosch 70s or 80s would be nice

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    Injector Dynamics 1000cc w/ CMD =

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    I have the ID1000s but something is wonky with my sled. I tried to dial them in 4 different times and wound up calling it quits after fouling out the o2. Put the 50s back in and added 20% more fuel to the map and bingo, right back to perfect

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    Are they for the Siemens or Bosch ecu???

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    Steve used them in his turbo rig which was Bosch but also said he used them in his GPRXP conversion which was 08. Injector Dynamics told me they're all the same so I went ahead and bought them. Something is definitely F'd though

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    Injector coil impedance is different between Siemens and Bosch..... so their for one or the other, not both.

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    great..... Well my ID1000s are up for sale $280. I'd still like the bosch 70s though

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    Injectors, who gets spec sheets for voltage correction/latency with their injectors? Thats the most important part for tuning. You can't expect perfect results without the spec sheet.

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    http://injectordynamics.com/injectors/id1000/.

    With HP Tuners I went from bosch 42s to ID750s and the tuning was just a IFR increase with MAF transfer tweaking. It was very smooth. I was assuming it would be the same easy going upgrade here.

    The version of the ID I have simply won't work with the Siemens ECU evidently. Bosch would be a cheaper solution and I am extremely happy with Bosch results

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