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Old 06-28-2008, 07:47 PM   #1
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Default 440cc-EJ22-Small 16G-Max fuel?

Hello Guys and gals i got a quick question for you.

Im Currently in the Stage of a build, I have a 1994 subaru legacy turbo that will be getting a moter soon.

Its is an EJ22T Closed Deck Moter Hybrid with Ej25 Heads and manifold.

Will i max out my 440cc Injectors with a small 16 G on this EJ22.

Its Got an 07 STI fuel pump. I want to boost somewhere conservative between 12-17. Will i max them out at 17? Or Will engine managment solve my problem?
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Old 06-30-2008, 06:24 PM   #2
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Hello Guys and gals i got a quick question for you.

Im Currently in the Stage of a build, I have a 1994 subaru legacy turbo that will be getting a moter soon.

Its is an EJ22T Closed Deck Moter Hybrid with Ej25 Heads and manifold.

Will i max out my 440cc Injectors with a small 16 G on this EJ22.

Its Got an 07 STI fuel pump. I want to boost somewhere conservative between 12-17. Will i max them out at 17? Or Will engine managment solve my problem?
check out bbs.legacycentral.org youll max out I believe the MAF before those injectors, but they can tell you for sure.
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Old 06-30-2008, 09:26 PM   #3
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yes you will max out injectors.
factory vf-22 came with pink 550cc injectors.
16g flows close too vf-22..
you might be able to sneak by if you had water/meth.

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