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Old 09-02-2001, 01:54 AM   #1
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Default R/C 440 Injector Question!

I have a 2000 RS-T with the following setup. My boss will sell me a set of R/C 440 injectors for $300. Are they the ideal injectors for my setup??

-IHI RHB5 Turbo at 4-6 psi.
-91 Legacy Turbo uppipe and manifold.
-91 Legacy Turbo Fuel pump.
-Custom 2.5" downpipe with High Flow cat.
-5Zigen 2.25" catback exhaust.
-Vortech 4:1 RRFPR.
-Denso Iridium IK22 plugs. (Two stages cooler)
-EGT, Boost, and Air/Fuel gauges.
-Blitz Dual Turbo Timer.
-JC Sports Torque Chip II.
-Soon to be installed is my 28"x11"x3" GReddy Front Mount Intercooler and Blitz Super Sound Dual Drive Blow Off Valve.
-Right now I am running unintercooled!!!
Are these the right injectors for me?
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Old 09-02-2001, 03:47 PM   #2
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well I'm not sure of the exact specs of the R/C's but 440's would probably be pretty good if you're gonna stay around 6-7psi. I wouldn't push them any farther than that. Also, you'll want to make sure they will work w/ your fuel system. If they are peak-and-hold then I dont' think they'll work w/ the stock injector drivers. I also don't think you'll need the RRFPR anymore. Or at least you'll want to turn it down to 2:1 or lower, if it's adjustable. If they are stock type injectors(low impedance, I believe is the term) you MAY have idle problems, but you won't need anything to make them work. Good luck, tho. Let us know how it turns out.
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Old 09-02-2001, 07:53 PM   #3
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they seem rather large for your setup.
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