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Old 07-30-2001, 07:57 PM   #1
Michael Myers
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Default Injectors??

Well I'm on my way to Turbocharger town I've ordered a hood scoop, E.B.C., Automere boost gauge, Torque chip,and have allready installed a tranny cooler.

So my question will be, Do i need larger injectors for my car to be safe? My TC kit will be from JCS IHI, I will run 5-6psi boost.

If i do need larger injectors could i use the ones from an EJ22T? these would be around 140cc larger. Also would i need some new electronics to back this up?

I did a search for injectors and didn't find my specific answers but i did find this

EJ22 - 220cc/min (also reported as 260 cc/min)
EJ25 - 280 cc/min
EJ22T - 360cc/min
EJ20T - 425cc/min
Courtesy of wac (i-club member)


Again thank you for your help
Michael Myers
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Old 07-30-2001, 09:15 PM   #2
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Default Doh!!

Well ok so i did find an answer to my question from wac again , one of these days i'll pull my head out of my a**. here's the link if anyone is interested http://www.i-club.com/forums/showthr...eferrerid=8611

It sounds like it would be alot of trouble for me to do this, so i'll try the stock injectors for a while if i have trouble i'll take it down town and see if the performance shop can do anything(he mainly works on hoduhs though)

Sorry to bother you
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Old 07-30-2001, 10:37 PM   #3
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You may want to be cautious as I believe the 99 and up 2.2L have MAP not MAF sensors requiring you to take almost the same route as the 00/01 RS. Also you need to ensure you share the same fuel rail and injectors as the pre 99's.
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