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Old 02-18-2008, 02:52 PM   #11
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thanx guys. i will be getting the PRJ'*. i read on a few other forums that the ZZP logs have had fuel/vacuum leaks and the FPR and gauge are cheap/inaccurate. no one has had probs with the PRJ'* and said that the man who makes them(Paul) backs them up 100%.

and ya i'd help u tune a lil' for some lean over the hood work, Ed. since i cant no more, lol. i also charge a race even tho im pretty sure u would take me with ur mods. just for fun.
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$450 sure is a lot of coin for what you get.
Sure is I've been looking at those for awhile and I won't get them till/if ever I get an intercooler.


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and ya i'd help u tune a lil' for some lean over the hood work, Ed. since i cant no more, lol. i also charge a race even tho im pretty sure u would take me with ur mods. just for fun.
Yeah itíd be fun to hook up and hang out; especially if we can help each other. Iíve got a few local friendí* with L67s and an L32 but they are all very mildly modded and arenít as evolved in 3800s as I am. :(

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ordered the PRJ'*. where should i get the 42.5# injectors from? should i get flowmatched ones. dont know much about injectors. thanx
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ZZP has the Lucas with free flow matching

http://www.zzperformance.com/grand_p...=249&catid=113

Wbody has free flow matched but doesnt specify the brand

http://www.wbodystore.com/grandprix/...ing-p-185.html

Intense has the Lucas but doesnt say anything about being flow matched and are the most expensive

http://intense-racing.com/Merchant2/...Code=3800_Fuel
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ZZP'* web site says...
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We buy injectors 100 at a time from the manufacture. By nature of production variations, not every injector will flow the same. They average within 2% but at times there are larger variations. When we send them out to get flow matched they flow a group of injectors individually and then group them together based on similar flowing injectors.
That sounds like all injectors you buy flow with in X% of each other.

WBS'* website says..
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Flowmatching is now a free addition for all injectors. Each set of injectors includes a flow sheet for optimized tuning.
This leads me to believe that not all injectors don't flow within X% of each other. But sounds like the sheet says what each injector flows and you can tune each injector individually to have equal fuel in each cylinder.

The best thing to do would be contact each vendorí* customer service and see if they can answer any questions you may have.

You missed INTENSE'* weekend sale; they had the Siemens 60 (65.0) pound/hour injectors on sale for only 197.99! I was lucky enough to get a set before they sold out Friday night.
http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=n6z85j&*=3
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