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Old 01-09-2008, 05:47 PM   #11
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Bill: Was wondering when you would chime in as I recall you are the "talented assistant" that has done some cheap labor for FIE in the past. I have no doubt about Iglarum'* injectors being good as he posted a photo of them in a bag with the specs from FIE showing the flow matching. I do want to make absolutely certain they will work in my car before I buy them because I spoke to three dealers today and all said 92-95 show a different part number than 96-99. I am not sure what is up with that. Usually L36 parts are pretty much the same 95-99.
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If you'd like a second valued opinion, PM a link to this topic to jr's3800. I respect his L36 knowledge (including and very much so the fuel injector question you asked) as well as many other things.

I can tell you that either the Bosch or Rochester injectors will work in your car, advantage in spray pattern to neither (per FIE), fuel delivery identical, just don't mix within one set.

jr's3800 will confirm this for you.
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The more I have looked into it, I believe you are correct about those fitting my car. Also, I was able to check a close-up pic of my engine and it appears mine are Rochester and Iglarum has Bosch. Not a problem if I go with his, but I'm still considering sending mine in to FIE once I pull them and are able to match from JY or elsewear so I can send 12. I won't be doing anything 'til spring anyway when I get the car out of storeage and right now I'm still paying off Christmas. Glad to see you don't need the SCUBA gear in your car anymore. Sometimes wonder why we love these Bonnes. One problem after another although I have been lucky so far.
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