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    VT1100 Injektors from Online store. Cableadapter?

    I get these Injektors from the Online store.
    I will mount it, in a few weeks - not now.
    I want to know - MUST I use this cable adapters?

    I have a Seadoo Model 2014 RXT-Xas

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkss View Post
    MUST I use this cable adapters?
    Yes.

    The VT11 (Bosch) injectors use an EV1 connection and the OEM seadoo (Deka) uses a Denso type connector.

    Also, the clips that would normally hold the injectors to the fuel rail may be difficult to clip on. You may need to open the tiny slot in the clips in order to make them fit. On my setup, I choose to NOT use the clips to hold the injectors in the fuel rail. Works fine without. The clips that hold the aluminum hat to the injector is fine.

    Make sure you put a bigger fuel pump and relay on it!

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    There are really no others VT1100 Injektors on the market, so that I can use it without adapter cable?
    Damm what a never ending shit....

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    Its not a real big deal, the ID 1000's also use an adapter kit/

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    the nippon denso plug is not a common plug
    and the injector selection is very small
    if you dont like the using adapters you can replace the plugs

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    Also make sure they send you the right clips, the ones I got were not long enough to engage the injector and my ski ran like shit before I figured it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkss View Post
    There are really no others VT1100 Injektors on the market, so that I can use it without adapter cable?
    Damm what a never ending shit....
    Injector wire adapters are very common in all sports and I've never had an issue.

    If you NEVER plan to use stock injectors and will always use EV1 type injectors, you can buy EV1 female pig-tails. You cut the OEM ends off and crimp/solder EV1 ends on it. Problem solved...but I don't feel this is a problem to begin with.

    Example:
    http://www.fiveomotorsport.com/ev1-f...tor-components

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    don't these vt1100 work well with the oem fuel pump?

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    I get about a 2 psi pressure drop at WOT with the vt1100s running a mostly stock motor at 8400 RPM. I run the stock pump and regulator. The idle pressure is about 59 PSI.

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    Use the clips that come with the VT100 , I have seen 3 skis where the oem fuel rail has popped of the 2nd injector...

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