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02-16-2012 10:09 AM
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Originally Posted by 1turbofocus View Post
I would do the 60lb hands down
Tom
As would I......
02-15-2012 11:20 PM
Eastwood I've decided to buy Siemens deka 60 lb fuel injectors but stock with question what is the difference between long and short style and what connection is for zetec focus ? USCAR or bosh style?
02-08-2012 09:54 PM
1turbofocus Cant realy look at them and tell , need to test them

Tom
02-08-2012 07:32 PM
koke'sfocus some one?
02-07-2012 09:06 PM
koke'sfocus this are the two springs i have the one in the left should be the 7 psi right?

02-07-2012 03:29 PM
koke'sfocus well almost everybody uses the adapters but yeah i will look for some ev6 injectors





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Originally Posted by iminhell View Post
I would say to only use Inj Calc's for a reference. What I mean by that is bigger can be better,,, but only if the injector is of very good quality.
You wan the car to idle well and you want to make good power. This requires that the injector cover a lot of ground, in PW. So you want very good control at very low PW's, for idle quality, and predictable flow at high PW's, for power.
That means you want to go with something that is either proven on a Focus (duratec by the sounds of it) or something that is well documented (which from what I hear Delphi is near the top of the heap).

So what I say to do is look for a an injector that flows well at very low PW's, is well documented and is still big enough to fit your power goals ... and try to go with the newest design possible, which in your case means that if it requires an adapter / it's not for you, stick with an EV6 style injector. Which is to say, you are doing the correct thing by selling the current 42# EV1 injectors you have.
02-07-2012 03:06 PM
iminhell I would say to only use Inj Calc's for a reference. What I mean by that is bigger can be better,,, but only if the injector is of very good quality.
You wan the car to idle well and you want to make good power. This requires that the injector cover a lot of ground, in PW. So you want very good control at very low PW's, for idle quality, and predictable flow at high PW's, for power.
That means you want to go with something that is either proven on a Focus (duratec by the sounds of it) or something that is well documented (which from what I hear Delphi is near the top of the heap).

So what I say to do is look for a an injector that flows well at very low PW's, is well documented and is still big enough to fit your power goals ... and try to go with the newest design possible, which in your case means that if it requires an adapter / it's not for you, stick with an EV6 style injector. Which is to say, you are doing the correct thing by selling the current 42# EV1 injectors you have.
02-07-2012 02:19 PM
koke'sfocus Ok thanks tom and everybody :)
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02-07-2012 09:24 AM
1turbofocus I would do the 60lb hands down , the ECU can do 130+lb Inj and drive and idle like stock thats all up to your tuner and how good he is

The T3 S60 STGIII should work very good for you

Tom
02-06-2012 08:53 PM
koke'sfocus one is 7 and the other 14 i think one i longer than the other one so i should only use the longer one right? is less stiff
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