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Old 10-01-2012, 06:41 PM   #4
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2005 Super Slow STi


Originally Posted by Fuel Injector Clinic View Post
Hey, good catch! We did redesign our adapters in the past 6 months or so for logistical and design purposes. Functionally both versions work 100% so what you have is good to go.

Our 2150s do also include an additional filter basket in the top adapter on applications where that is possible just for an extra line of defense against debris and contaminants coming from the fuel. Its not required, but it doesn't hurt to have if you can.

How are the injectors working out for you? We're always interested in feedback and take pride in our excellent customer service.

Fuel Injector Clinic
So far so good but one suggestion is to A) find a better material to use as the upper grommet seal or B) use a double o-ring instead as the seal. The ones provided wear and crack too easily due to heat or the E85 and during my last install (reusing them) ended up making the injector leak like a fountain. Those grommets were too hard to find locally w/o going to the stealership so I used some double 16mm o-rings and they sealed up perfect and should be able to handle the heat better.
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