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Injectors

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by noddys3, Dec 21, 2009.

  1. noddys3
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    Hi ...... Again!!

    Before anyone say ive used the search button and cant find anything about this!

    What 'cc' do standard injectors run?
    What power are they good for?
    Are the 'Genesis' injectors from jbs any good?the 430cc versions?

    Im only running 280bhp at the minute but in the future maybe doing the turbo but unsure if to do so or not!

    Any replies would be greatly appreciated as im going to be buying some this week as 1 of my injectors have failed and another is on its way lol!!

    cheers
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    if you do get larger injectors you wil need to adjust your software fueling (unisettings)
    370cc injectors I think from memory as std
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    Not looking to argue Bill, but i thought they were rated at around 300 @ 3bar.

    I know A4 ones are stupid low @ around 270
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    ahhh rite will i have to get the map sorted out again to adjust this? or is there another way?cheers
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    Mapping is the only way to make use of the injetcor sizes. As it will want more air flow to make use of the available fueling. If you don't have enough air being thrown in, then upgrading injectors is a waste of time and money
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    ahhhh rite cool mate, thaks for the advice!

    I was just after a full set as ive previous;y mentioned and wasnt sure whether to bother upgrading!Now i know there aint much point!

    Thanks alot!!:sm4:
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