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Old 02-16-2014, 01:51 PM   #43
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What do they come with otherwise?
Bosch injectors are what comes with all the fbm kits.
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Old 05-06-2016, 11:29 PM   #44
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I was looking at DW700cc, not I am debating on ID1000s
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I ran ID2000s on my SR20 S14 on E85, netted me 600 whp and drove pretty much like a stock car on low RPMs. Awesome injectors.

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Yeah, these are by far the most consistent injectors - saves a ton of time. If you really want to take it to the next level in terms of the idle and more so the engine breaking parts iro fueling, tune the low pulse width tables with these values - derived from ID's own data sheets.
Actually I have found that I needed to tweak the low pulse width values a fair bit on the ID1000s. It did make a good starting point however.
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Actually I have found that I needed to tweak the low pulse width values a fair bit on the ID1000s. It did make a good starting point however.
Cobb has subsequently released low pulse width figures calibrated with ID for these injectors - spot on in my experience.
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What is everyone using for a scale, latency and comp for ID1000. I got a base file from James but its way off. I think he wants me to figure it out on my own. So far I have the scale down to 940 and I am getting closer but I am not sure how close the rest is.
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