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About changing fuel injectors

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by HondaScythe, Oct 18, 2003.

  1. HondaScythe

    HondaScythe Junior Member

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    Hello friends.

    Can't make long posts, my network doesn't let me gotta fix that.
    Ok, I have a 1995 Honda Accord LX, I got it a year ago it's stock all the way, F22B2, and it needs maintenance here and there. I thought instead of just servicing the car, why not UPGRADE it along the way?

    So lately I've heard pinging, and i had it checked out, I was told my fuel injectors are dirty. It's gotten real bad when I accelerate, the pinging. I know other steps should be taken before switching fuel injectors, but because I need them cleaned now, I'm thinking I can just change them for new ones now. The stock fuel injectors on my car are 235cc I believe. I'm looking at 255cc injectors, or a bit larger if it's safe. Will this have negative effects on the way my car runs? Putting high-flow fuel injectors in while everything else is stock? (besides changing gas mileage a bit, i know that)

    Thanks!
     
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    HondaScythe Junior Member

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    I'd like to say that this is a pretty cool Honda board, usually Honda boards I've seen are full of the kind of people that give the company a bad image sometimes. You know who i mean. The kind that type in caps all the time, and trashtalk, and have less education than my cat's litter box.
     
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    dohcvtec_accord WRX Sellout

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    Why use larger injectors, unless you're planning on dumping thousands of dollars into that engine with a turbo or all-motor application? Just get some quality fuel injector cleaner and run that through there, or pay $30 to have them cleaned.
     
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