I am building an h22. I know waht all i need but not sure what cc injector to go with. i think 1000cc would be good but im not sure. i am gonna be running and 800hp and i want injector to be able to hang. what should i go with? also as for brand names i was goin with dynamic injectors? any insight would be awsome
pssssst some of yall need to research a little more 1000's can make the power i mean **** if thye made this power on a single the h22 should do it
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The quick way i've always thought about it is 6cc per whp...its not exact, but it works well enough
1000cc x 4 injectors = 4000cc total
4000cc / 6cc(per whp) = 667
Granted thats a really rough estimate, but serves to give you a quick idea of what you're working with. For E85, add 30%...meaning instead of using 6cc per whp, use roughly 7.5-7.8. Again, this is by no means an exact science. Fuel pressure and other factors influence what it will truly make
This Guy makes me laugh... you are trying to compare fuel consumption on two completely different engines/setups. This coupled with the fact that what you posted looks to be a "race only" setup - cage, window net, seat, ect... What works for one specific setup won't work for every setup. This is the pproblem with kids on this site; too much speculation. That's great if you can't afford to purchase a good fuel setup, but why take the chance in the first place? That engine is obviously tuned on the very edge of failure. Whatever works for you I guess...
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We get it...those injectors worked great and have yet to fail. To me, that has nothing to do with the tuner, it has a lot to do with putting all your faith into the quality of your injectors. If they fail, the entire setup fails. Personally, i'd shell out the few hundred bucks for a little peace of mind. Glad to see they're tried and true, but i'm never going to try it
I don't mean to wage an internet war here, but sanman you are wrong, nobody should push injectors to high pressures and run them at high duty cycle just "because it can be done".
I see that in your Sig it says your T1 tuned, let's get tony in here and ask him what he thinks about using 1000 cc injectors at the edge of failure on an 800 HP motor, I bet he doesn't agree with you.
OP. Be smart, don't risk your investment, get bigger injectors.
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A lot of people will say you are cheaping out not buying a set of id2000's, all said and done they are bad *** injectors but they cost a fair amount of coin and unless you own a shop etc you may not have the coin to go and bone $900 on a set of injectors.
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