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    what car injectors fit sho

    Looking to upgrade injectors to probably the 660 injectors and wondering if since the pink 565 sti injectors fit the sho can I run any sti injector as well? Or what 660cc injector is everyone running?


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    Plenty of people have used these injectors and are as good as the STI pink injectors and work well with reflash. They are for sale now in the classifieds. http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=223664

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    I'm looking for a bit more like the 660cc. Cause of winter conditions here in canada.

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    ID725s could be the way to go.... err on the side of too much than not enough

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    Call Jim at Jims performance or send him a private message he can get you 660 injectors

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    Another option is to machine the injectors in order to adapt them to your fuel rail. Recently I purchased a set of 2200cc injectors and they wouldn't fit into the stock or a Riva rail. Solution was to make a fuel rail that would allow the top shoulder of the injector to slide in and recess itself, or modify the top of the injector in a lathe. We decided machining the injector was the more cost efficient and faster way. You can see the injector on the left is stock and the one on the right is modified. When completed, I installed the injectors into the rail and increased fuel pressure to verify there were no potential leaks. When machining them, be sure to leave the lip at the base of the o ring to prevent to o ring from pushing over it. Basically duplicate the step provided by the manufacturer prior to you machining them.
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