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Old 08-09-2010, 06:09 PM   #1
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Default Trying to get new injectors for my 02 wrx but not trying to spend a lot of money?

I heard 840cc are good for the price but i want other opinions
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Old 08-10-2010, 01:21 AM   #2
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What are your goals?

STi injectors are cheap and a great start.
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Old 08-10-2010, 02:11 AM   #3
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Get one of the following, will probably get it to you shipped for $200 or less.

07 STi Injectors
06-07 WRX Injectors
STi JDM Pink Injectors

I'm not sure about 08-10 WRX/STi's though, I'd double check with someone else.
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Old 08-10-2010, 02:33 AM   #4
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cut the injector caps, mod your stock injectors.
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Old 08-10-2010, 02:42 AM   #5
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cut the injector caps, mod your stock injectors.
If he were to do this, he'd have to get them flow tested and most of the time they are going to be all different flow rates.
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Old 08-11-2010, 12:37 AM   #6
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Ok thanks
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Old 08-11-2010, 01:07 AM   #7
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I heard 840cc are good for the price but i want other opinions
You "heard" 840cc were good? Good for what? You shouldn't listen to your ricer friends.

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cut the injector caps, mod your stock injectors.
Awful advice for the reason that Jubert stated.

It is impossible to help the OP considering he hasn't posted any details whatsoever. I'm shaking my head at some of the answers people have given thus far.
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Old 08-11-2010, 01:09 AM   #8
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1600cc ones are good for the price but doesn't mean you should get them.

OP, WHY DO YOU NEED BIGGER INJECTORS?
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Old 08-11-2010, 01:32 AM   #9
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Run 1000cc get injector dynamic for 460$ run e85 and be happy with new found torq!
Lol I'm actually buying them tonight and alot of other stuff, I have purchased from this store before and they are fantastic. They hook me up with good deals and fast shipping super honest. http://realstreetperformance.com/sto...2257a8e6b82a82

i order it by phone and if you buy alot of things at once they will make you a package deal. And it really is a good deal. And you don't gave to run e85 just get a good tune with it and u will be fine. Or just get jdm sti pinks and be happy with spending same amount. There perfect but I'm aiming for more power in the future with my awesome build.
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Old 08-11-2010, 02:16 AM   #10
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Ok thanks

Still trying to figure out why you need new injectors, and what you want them to do for you.

Anyways,

If one of them stopped working replace with stock... otherwise ask your tuner.
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Old 08-11-2010, 03:17 AM   #11
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Still trying to figure out why you need new injectors, and what you want them to do for you.

Anyways,

If one of them stopped working replace with stock... otherwise ask your tuner.
I looked and I think he is going to do a vf39, uppipe, and tune, so I think he would be good with Sti pinks unless he want to run e85 then 850cc would be good for that.
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Old 08-11-2010, 12:27 PM   #12
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Take your stock ones out. Send them and $100 here:

http://www.witchhunter.com/subarumod1.php4

You will now have flow tested reliable 820's.

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Old 08-11-2010, 12:31 PM   #13
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Take your stock ones out. Send them and $100 here:

http://www.witchhunter.com/subarumod1.php4

You will now have flow tested reliable 820's.
Ha, if he only sends $100 he will never see them again. If he's only going VF36 as the other person stated, he only needs 550s.
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Old 08-11-2010, 05:12 PM   #14
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I was thinkin about getting the pink sti injectors but there kind of expensive but if its worth it then ill get those im getting a vf39 and a new fuel pump and a tune so i need the injectors.
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Old 08-11-2010, 05:41 PM   #15
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VF39 + new fuel pump + tune will be fine for any injectors I listed previously.
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Old 08-11-2010, 07:02 PM   #16
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cut the injector caps, mod your stock injectors.
Great idea, but maybe better if he were to send them off, especially if he plans on getting some consistency

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If he were to do this, he'd have to get them flow tested and most of the time they are going to be all different flow rates.
True unfortunately, much harder than it looks

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Run 1000cc get injector dynamic for 460$ run e85 and be happy with new found torq!
Lol I'm actually buying them tonight and alot of other stuff, I have purchased from this store before and they are fantastic. They hook me up with good deals and fast shipping super honest. http://realstreetperformance.com/sto...2257a8e6b82a82

i order it by phone and if you buy alot of things at once they will make you a package deal. And it really is a good deal. And you don't gave to run e85 just get a good tune with it and u will be fine. Or just get jdm sti pinks and be happy with spending same amount. There perfect but I'm aiming for more power in the future with my awesome build.
Good advice, but you do not need 1000cc injectors like a lot of people think just to run E85.. but not a bad place to start either if you plan on going bigger ever, 1000cc's can be great.

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I looked and I think he is going to do a vf39, uppipe, and tune, so I think he would be good with Sti pinks unless he want to run e85 then 850cc would be good for that.
Yep!

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I was thinkin about getting the pink sti injectors but there kind of expensive but if its worth it then ill get those im getting a vf39 and a new fuel pump and a tune so i need the injectors.
The pinks go well with the 39, great power with a good tune!

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Old 08-12-2010, 08:49 AM   #17
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Modding your top feed light blue (3920) $25 each

I don't admit to being a rocket scientist.... However last I knew $25.00 x (4 injectors in his motor) was actually indeed $100 dollars.

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Ha, if he only sends $100 he will never see them again. If he's only going VF36 as the other person stated, he only needs 550s.
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Old 08-12-2010, 12:23 PM   #18
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Modding your top feed light blue (3920) $25 each

I don't admit to being a rocket scientist.... However last I knew $25.00 x (4 injectors in his motor) was actually indeed $100 dollars.
Uh, no. That's how much he will buy your injectors for.

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For you folks that down time is an issue, we do have a limited number of matched sets of these injectors for sale. They flow within 1% of each other.... Typically 2 to 4 times closer than the average set because they are tested and grouped together from a large number or injectors.
They are ready to install, and come complete with test data. You can send us your stock injectors back for $100 refund.
Wouldn't be very smart of him to provide a service that he doesn't make any money off of it, esp considering for part of the service (cleaning and flow testing) he already charges $19 /per.
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Wrong. You can buy the ones he already has pre-matched and modded from other peoples cores. However, IF you go to your car. Take yours out (leaving your car down). Mail to him, they charge $100 to mod/test/clean the ones you just sent out. They then send those same ones back to you. What you are thinking and quoted was the option to buy ones already pre matched and done for $250. THEN you send yours back for a core refund of 100. Thus you've just spent an extra $50 for the convenience of not being with out injectors and ones that are better flow matched.

I am not saying that's not ideal. The set you send may not match perfectly with regard to flow rates. However since this kid was looking to get good flow rate at a savings, this is a great deal. They typically aren't that far off anyway. That's if you can go with out injectors in your car for about a week.

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Uh, no. That's how much he will buy your injectors for.



Wouldn't be very smart of him to provide a service that he doesn't make any money off of it, esp considering for part of the service (cleaning and flow testing) he already charges $19 /per.
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Wrong. You can buy the ones he already has pre-matched and modded from other peoples cores. However, IF you go to your car. Take yours out (leaving your car down). Mail to him, they charge $100 to mod/test/clean the ones you just sent out. They then send those same ones back to you. What you are thinking and quoted was the option to buy ones already pre matched and done for $250. THEN you send yours back for a core refund of 100. Thus you've just spent an extra $50 for the convenience of not being with out injectors and ones that are better flow matched.

I am not saying that's not ideal. The set you send may not match perfectly with regard to flow rates. However since this kid was looking to get good flow rate at a savings, this is a great deal. They typically aren't that far off anyway. That's if you can go with out injectors in your car for about a week.
And you're still wrong. Persistent bugger aren't you. You're talking to me as though I were an idiot and I hadn't dealt with WitchHunter before. They charge $150-$210 for injector modding. Email Gordon and ask him what he will do for $100.

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Old 08-12-2010, 01:24 PM   #21
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*sigh* I just did it a few months ago. Sent him my blue's (as I had pinks already in my car) and they were modded to 820cc for $100 dollars. I was looking at DW's but someone I work with suggested I send in my unused blue's and have it done. Received them back cleaned, modded, and with all new rubber rings and seats. Also had a sheet containing flow data. They've been working great. These are for top feed by the way. Maybe your thinking side feed? Those are $50ea to mod.

It's right here:

http://www.witchhunter.com/subarumod1.php4

"Modding your top feed light blue (3920) $25 each "

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And you're still wrong. Persistent bugger aren't you. You're talking to me as though I were an idiot and I hadn't dealt with WitchHunter before. If he only sends $100 they will call him and ask what he wanted. They charge ~$180 for injector modding.
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