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    So since Omar is getting a new job I was wondering:

    What if I put slightly bigger fuel injectors?

    this will lower they're duty cycle and the computer should be able to run them fine right?


    I was just wondering cuz:

    I want to change injectors anyways (feel safer w/ new ones)

    and if they're running at least duty cycle then there is not so much stress and less of a chance of stuff going wrong right?

    Just some thought

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    <br />---Sometimes the choices that hurt the most are the right ones----

  • #2
    whats the duty they are at now?

    also, there's a chance it will self correct with the larger ones, but also a chance it won't, you might need some sort of afc to regulate it

    and why the hell is thsi in the nitrous section?
    -Vinny

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    • #3
      I don't know what duty they are at [img]{SMILIES_PATH}/sad.gif[/img]


      I plan on getting the Dtec junk lata on. hhhmmmm I'll C


      I put it in the nitrous section cuz I figured that w/ me n nitrous lata

      neva mind, brain fart, it should have been in the technical section

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      • #4
        id say you could run about 5# or a little more then stock and be safe.
        Ian---The Fat Ass

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        • #5
          ^^^^^^^^



          REALLY cool, I'm in the process right now of getting a SAFC II so it will all be cool



          Yeah I just wanted them to be larger so the duty cycle will go down and there is less of a chance of them locking up on me

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          <br />---Sometimes the choices that hurt the most are the right ones----

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          • #6
            well, in closed loop itll correct. to a point. in open loop (WOT, startup) itll be way freekin rich.
            resident embarrassment to billy and marc<br />http://shockingcats.ytmnd.com/<br />http://like.ytmnd.com

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            • #7
              ^^^^Okay i'll look into that too.



              Planning on getting some sort of Fuel tunning (I'm in love w/ the Dtec)



              So i'm guessing I'll be able to compensate for that

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              <br />---Sometimes the choices that hurt the most are the right ones----

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              • #8
                i suppose you would probably be able to compensate for a couple pounds with an safc.
                resident embarrassment to billy and marc<br />http://shockingcats.ytmnd.com/<br />http://like.ytmnd.com

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