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Old 05-16-2012, 06:54 PM   #1
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Default DSM injectors

I have a used set of DSM injectors NipponDenso model: MDL450 INP-018

i have never personally used these for anything and have no idea on mileage but i would definitely recommend a cleaning.


From all the info i have found, these are 450cc injectors commonly found on mitsubishi 2.0L engines such as the eclipse/talon

I have read of Honda guys using these to achieve their 300whp goals, which sounds about right as far as flow (i'm to lazy to do the math to calculate it and i don't care to know the volumetric efficiency and such in order to do so)



I tested each of these injectors with my DMM and each coil was between 2.7 and 2.8 ohms, and all of them actuated just fine on the bench


These injectors are a peak and hold type from the readings I took, so using them on a normal saturation injector equipped vehicle would require resistors to prevent frying the transistors in your PCM.

here is a link i found with prices new per injector

http://www.fuelinjector.citymaker.co...44/5370592.htm


again i would recommend these be cleaned, and although there are a few threads with people trying to use these on a subaru, i personally would not.



to make it worth while for someone that might purchase these i would be looking for $50 OBO/trade for parts since the average professional cleaning/flow test will cost you $16-17 per injector
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Bump! Make an offer, I know there's some mitsu guys on here
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