The saga of the dodgy 740cc injectors..

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The saga of the dodgy 740cc injectors..

Post by skyline_stu » Thu Jan 12, 2012 2:33 pm

Here's a quick vid of some flow tests we did on a supposed 'NISMO 740cc RR544 injector'

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2CIeHi9FFs

As is turns out, they were quite a bit smaller than the original 370's. Spent a bit of time diagnosing the fault as the owner was sure that this goose, BUCKNA, had sold him the right ones.

Stu..

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Re: The saga of the dodgy 740cc injectors..

Post by skylinegtrhr » Sat Jan 14, 2012 12:36 am

Totally understood You my customer also bought those red SR20DE injectors as S15 480 cc on SXOC and same problem occur...
Those "Bargains" always cost double ...

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Re: The saga of the dodgy 740cc injectors..

Post by PL » Mon Jan 16, 2012 11:05 am

Good work Stu. I hope lots of people read this post - time and time again I get people trying to cheap out on injectors. A better case of false economy I have not seen.

Pay the money and get decent injectors people! If they're cheap then there's usually a reason.

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Re: The saga of the dodgy 740cc injectors..

Post by skylinegtrhr » Mon Jan 16, 2012 10:02 pm

PL wrote:Good work Stu. I hope lots of people read this post - time and time again I get people trying to cheap out on injectors. A better case of false economy I have not seen.

Pay the money and get decent injectors people! If they're cheap then there's usually a reason.

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