Injectors

Discussion in 'Engine and Performance mods' started by busachris1999, Sep 24, 2016.


  1. busachris1999

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    hi all i have a 1999 busa. all is running good i have
    done some mods. but still would
    like more power so can i put some biger
    injectors in if so wich ones .
     
  2. nosbig

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    I think bigger injectors with a stock motor would cause more problems than they are worth.
     
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  3. busachris1999

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    ok then can i put the 08 twin injectors on my 99 .
    will this give me more power
     
  4. nosbig

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    Hopefully someone else will chime in, but I believe that your stock injectors are capable of putting more fuel into a stock motor than it can burn. You needmore air not fuel.
     
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  5. busakiller

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    Stock injectors are good for 220 ish whp on nitrous or fi. And like 240 ish on a na setup. That's if the fuel system is healthy. Iam making 200 210 right now on stock fuel system.
     
  6. Screwy

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    I'm using Honda S2000 injectors in my gen1 Turbo max 280/300hp and work well,I've had to reduce fuel pressure down to 28psi before boost as she runs far to rich otherwise, so on a std Busa there wouldn't be much need at all unless your going to run over 210hp
     
  7. 202mphbusa

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    I used S2000's with a rising rate FMU and made 382HP at 28 PSI boost
    Static Fuel pressure was set to 34 PSI and I used Romraider to pull fuel down low so it idled perfectly
     
  8. E Zurcher

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    Putting on Gen 2 dual injectors would not work. They are both controlled by the ECU and your gen1 ECU cannot do that.
     

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