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Have fuel injector questions, AGAIN!!!


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#1 4WDFrenzy

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Posted 18 July 2006 - 01:42 AM

Okay guys, I know that this has been covered numerous times before. I am looking at slightly higher flow injectors for my EA82T and was wondering, if OEM 275cc side feed fuel injectors for a Nissan 240SX(KA24DE) will work in our engines? Would it require new resistors? If anyone knowledgeable on the subject could please give me some info I'd greatly appreciate it. Oh, and YES, I did use the SEARCH feature before anyone suggests it. Thanks for any and all help.

Patrick

#2 GLCraig

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Posted 18 July 2006 - 02:10 AM

you may want to look here, the theads are more about using Z-Car injectors which maybe a better way to go.

http://www.ultimates...&highlight=280z

http://www.ultimates...light=injectors

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Posted 18 July 2006 - 02:39 AM

you may want to look here, the theads are more about using Z-Car injectors which maybe a better way to go.

http://www.ultimates...&highlight=280z

http://www.ultimates...light=injectors


Yeah, I read the 2nd one about a week ago. So I suppose that I'll just have to strike out and find some 280Z injectors. It'll probably be a heck of alot easier than trying to get the 240SX injectors to fit and work properly. But there is still that part of me that wonders, "What if........."

But Thank You though. I do appreciate a push in the right direction.

Patrick

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Posted 18 July 2006 - 09:50 PM

Patrick my friend, I have just the thing for you. On ebay, if you search for "Nissan 280ZX turbo injector" usually, you'll come up with a couple finds. ONe of them however, sells brand new, set of 6 injectors. A couple months ago, I sent him a message asking him if he would be willing to do sets of 4 since they are a direct swap in for our Subarus. He said he could! Including shipping, I believe they came out to roughly $140 clams for 4 injectors. His ebay name is Dr. Injector. Here's the thread I made when I found them...
http://www.ultimates...turbo injectors

Good luck my friend!

#5 4WDFrenzy

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Posted 19 July 2006 - 05:39 AM

Thanks Man!!!!! I really appreciate that info! I'll check into that as he is selling them cheaper than Autozone.com. They are $43 something brand new through Autozone with free shipping because I live at an APO address. But every little bit helps. Besides, I have a turbo upgrade that is more than likely going into the works, so more air being moved will require more fuel. The good part is that I already have a fuel computer that will be going into my GL-10 and also an adjustable FPR that has already been installed on it. So I think with the assistance of a dyno and a good tuner, dialing everything in should be cake. Thank You again my friend!!! This one's for you!>:drunk:

Patrick

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Posted 19 July 2006 - 08:25 AM

Yeah, he's a couple of miles or so from me. Great guy. I think he sais he's got something like 10 or 15,000 injectors in stock. He did several bulk buys from places going out of business. The parts room is wall to wall, floor to ceiling with racks of injectors. If you want to call, it's listed under Dr. Injector on 16th in Federal Way, Wa.

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Posted 19 July 2006 - 09:59 AM

Have you looked into "german" injectors ? The audi I once had was equipped with a hitachi maf a hitachi computer and hitachi injectors (oem) some guys went to bosch injectors after a recall or something. Mind you this was a 1993 90 cs with the 2.7L v6, not to many years away from your ea82T.

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Posted 23 July 2006 - 09:10 AM

The only problem is, is that I want to find injectors that will drop in. I don't want to have to make any custom fuel rails or any of that, much the less have to change the resistor pack. I think I'll just stick with the Nissan injectors.

Patrick




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