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Anyone using these? Have used these? Etc,Etc? Looking at sets of High Impedance 650cc. I don't need injectors capable of twice the power I want to support etc. Looking at 310-320 WHP at 80% duty cycle on 93 pump with a base pressure no more than 48-50 psi. Want reputable injectors with no stupid dead time setup or junk. Been a long time for me and Tech has came a long way..

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Grab a set of Injector Dynamic injectors and call it a day, Hondata already has the dead times saved on the S manager. I have I.D 1,000cc and make less than 400hp and they are perfect. Idle like stock!!
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Do they fit in an oem rail?
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Do they fit in an oem rail?
YES
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Grab a set of Injector Dynamic injectors and call it a day, Hondata already has the dead times saved on the S manager. I have I.D 1,000cc and make less than 400hp and they are perfect. Idle like stock!!
I like the SB injectors. Bosch is Bosch, and I like companies outside of the fanboiboptions to step their game up. Smooth idle, and they work well with those that don't fall into the Hondata ECU category as well as for those that do.

Cop a set, you'll love them.
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We've sold them for the last 5 years. They work great as advertised. Plus Julie & Frank are great people to deal with, the custom service is outstanding.
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I like the SB injectors. Bosch is Bosch, and I like companies outside of the fanboiboptions to step their game up. Smooth idle, and they work well with those that don't fall into the Hondata ECU category as well as for those that do.

Cop a set, you'll love them.
Ill stick to the FANBOIOPTIONS~ I'm not one to gamble on parts I never heard of.. That's why I recommend what I know works well.
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Ill stick to the FANBOIOPTIONS~ I'm not one to gamble on parts I never heard of.. That's why I recommend what I know works well.
Understood. I'm not really not that different. I just don't like ID injectors, due to their lack of fitment on other fuel rails ( and business practices)

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Understood. I'm not really not that different. I just don't like ID injectors, due to their lack of fitment on other fuel rails ( and business practices)
Interesting you say that I did have there injector pop out of my Sk2 fuel rail some how under pressure blowing out the top O ring.. it was strange, I replaced the seal and it never happened again I'm not sure what happened to be honest I think theres pics on my build thread at some point .
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I grabbed a set of RC 650cc High Impedance. Can't go wrong with tried and true i guess.. Thanks for the replies..
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Going on a vortech b18c1. anything after 325+ belt slip issues.. Not looking for more than 310 on 93 pump. trying to Keep duty cycle low as well as base fuel pressure. I could have got away with 550,but higher Duty on pump so wanted a hair more and these 650's should fit the bill just fine..
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Going on a vortech b18c1. anything after 325+ belt slip issues.. Not looking for more than 310 on 93 pump. trying to Keep duty cycle low as well as base fuel pressure. I could have got away with 550,but higher Duty on pump so wanted a hair more and these 650's should fit the bill just fine..
Sweet! I have a similar SC but its a Procharger on a B18C-5, Try relocating the idle pulley closer to the SC pulley for better belt wrap, that eliminated my belt slip when I put a smaller pulley on.
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Sweet! I have a similar SC but its a Procharger on a B18C-5, Try relocating the idle pulley closer to the SC pulley for better belt wrap, that eliminated my belt slip when I put a smaller pulley on.
Will keep this in mind. Have yet to swing by my buddies and actually pick it up so not sure what diameter pulley it has. Not sure if he ever messed with it or not.
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Will keep this in mind. Have yet to swing by my buddies and actually pick it up so not sure what diameter pulley it has. Not sure if he ever messed with it or not.
There is a shop that offers a coating for super charger pulleys its called sur grip coating, this really helps eliminate belt slip!


https://928motorsports.com/parts/sur...ey_coating.php
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I'll go ahead and end this, since it's going in a supercharger direction and no longer air the topic at hand.
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