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Old 12-07-2004, 08:58 AM   #1
EA82TRally
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Midnight Black Pearl

Default Higher Flow Side Feed Injectors

This might be a kinda stupid idea, but I was searching the internet for fuel injectors and happened to notice something. I took a look at some fuel injectors for an SR20DET(side flow injectors) which flow somewhere in the ballpark of 370cc's. I was just wondering if these could be a possible alternative to the tiny fuel injectors that EA82T's come with, and to also see everyone else's input on the whole idea. It seems like they would work because the mounting is, or looks the same. And hypothetically speaking, I figure as long as I use the factory(240SX) fuel injector plugs, and they are the same impedance, everything should work. But since I don't think that I'll be getting ahold of any SR20DET injectors any time soon, I figured that 240SX injectors might do the trick. Right now, I can easily get ahold of some stock 240SX(side feed design[red] KA24DE) injectors from a friend of mine since they are just laying around in his garage. They look nothing like what is in the picture on this site:CLICKY They look almost identical to the SR20DET injectors on the aforementioned site, except for the fact that they are red instead of blue. I am seriously thinking of getting these injectors and seeing if they will work. What do you guys think?

Thank you for your input.

Patrick
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