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over-sized injector fuel rail integra

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by integramic, Jan 10, 2004.

  1. integramic

    integramic Member

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    Does anyone know anybody that makes a fuel rail for over-sized fuel injetors(ford)? I talk to STR today and they said they were thinking about it. Or does anyone know the exact measurement the fuel rail needs to be drill to. It a 1994 integra. Any help would be great. Some ideas would be to get new injector but these were special ordered 160lb. Thanks.
     
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    what are you using them for, anything that would require 160 lbs, I would order RC's.
     
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    Its for a 1994 integra and I already have them. They are denso injectors. I have heard alot of bad things about RC's and accecl's so I bought the densoes.
     
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    Gotcha, there is nothing wrong with RC's. I've seen them in action many times. But is you have what you have- take them to a machine shop with the injectors and your rail of choice. if they are worth their salt they will be able to set you up.
     
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    Yeah I did that and there are alot of crazy people in the world. When you get done with the setup fee and hourly labor they what 100-180.00. I think holley makes an EFI rail that has bigger hole. Do you know?? Str said if I bought a rail they would do it for 50.00. Any other ideas let m eknow. Thanks.
     
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    160 lb injectors! dear lord!

    unless your planning to make 950 whp, i highly suggest you get something smaller. 100lb push the limits of good idle, even 'upped to 1000 rpms, on a good standalone. they just dump so much fuel so fast, that they can't close fast enough before it floods.

    i have 860cc's (roughly 84 lb) for my setup, and my tuner said that even i will have to up my idel to about 900 rpms to keep it smooth. Moreover, they will support about 550 whp on near-stock fuel pressure levels.

    what kind of power are you looking to make?
     
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    I was looking at between 500-600hp. I was looking at the msd 1000cc injectors. I usedd the formula at regular use and was looking at it supporing right at 510hp with a duty cycle of 60% I think it was. i could change the duty cycle but instead I bought the 1600cc injector. They were the same price. I can use them at a lower duty cycle and they should work fine. My engine idled at 1100 before anyways so that shouldn't be a big deal.
     
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    60% is real low... 80% is about where you want to be at the peak duty...

    but to answer your question, i don't know of anyone who makes a larger than stock rail. you're going to have to drill PERFECTLY to match.

    i suggest test drilling on a stock rail or something to get the right size bit.
     
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    I found a guy that makes them. He was on ebay. He has a shop. His email is datum1tuning@sbcglobal.net It was only 80.00 shipped.
     
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    skip it homie
     
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    ya doesnt sound to promising....also why not use a micrometer to measure the injectors and the match the drill bit size
     
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    DIY cuz some guy on ebay = congrads you're the star of MTV's newest show "You just got raped"
     
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    I've got the rail its great. Its a little heavy but the machine work is good. They don't make a drill fit that exact size plus you have to have a drill press, time and alot of patience.
     
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    How do you put a picture on here?
     
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    you go to the gallery on this site.

    you make a new albumn,

    you upload your picture,

    you post either the link or the image using [IMG ][/IMG ] tags
     
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    That thing is fricking huge! Wow!

    I'm liking the moroso valve cover. :D
     
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