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Old 04-24-2005, 12:38 PM   #1
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Default Anyone got spare 92-95 SSEi injectors laying around?

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Sorry no updates in a while - busy, busy, busy. I finally completed my homebuilt fuel injection flow test bench. I ran a pump and nozzles freshly flowed by Hilborn, and I get the same numbers on the nose. We can iron out the fuel system to a gnat'* whisker now and get two different high-speed bypasses working for next year. Now that it flows pumps, nozzles, and pills, I plan to make another drive plate and add a few other items to it so it can also test magnetos and distributors...dual purpose. With the new machine, I discovered that the #36 nozzles that Hilborn sent me last summer for the new setup were actually #38'*. That is .38 GPM instead of .36 GPM, and explains why it was a little hard to nail down a decent tuneup with the new injector. We'll figure it out now!
So he invited me over. I'm also going to help him get caught up with his backlog.....alot of guys have injectors sitting on his shelf. So I need to have a few spares sitting around to get a good matched set of 6, and I don't want to comb the wreckers (SC 92-95 hard to find). Anyone got spares? I might actually be able to get enough together to come up with more than one matched set. Chris tells me the LEAST hp gain I can expect from matching is 5%. 10% isn't out of the question on a SC V-6.
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I may have mine available in a couple weeks, but I am not entirely sure yet. I'll let you know then.
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Can you use L27 injectors? I have a full used set on a parts motor.
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Can you use L27 injectors? I have a full used set on a parts motor.
And how much would it help non-*/C?
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I've got a set of 93 L27'* and Accel 24#'*.

How close do they need to be?
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I thought Series 1 L67'* were 30#? That'* what I need if that'* true. The plan is to find six that closely match out of a pile of injectors. Perhaps MULTIPLE matched sets depending on how many I can get my hands on.
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Ryan got his injectors cleaned and flow matched/ballanced. I don't know how much it really helped him because his were not bad at all but it did run smoother.
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Sorry, I meant to say I have two extra sets, none of them being 30#, but I left that out. And I meant to ask how close do the injectors need to be to eachother to be considered matched.
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Not sure. But Chris will teach me

He built his flow tester/matcher for his little pet project:

www.onehotchilipepper.com

References to Toluene on his site are actually from me. We've discussed this at length, after I introduced him to it. Toluene solved alot of his fueling problems, and he'd like to pay me back. This is his way of making that happen.

In return, I'd like to get him caught up on his backlog, and maybe walk away with 2 or 3 EXTRA sets of L67 injectors that are closely matched. Fuel injectors will be personally cleaned by me before matching. I have a couple ultrasonic cleaners.
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Is this free?

I have a full set that was already cleaned and tested on campus for free, and they all matched up...
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