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Old 02-06-2008, 04:52 PM   #1
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D15Z1 injectors different from others?

When I got my D15Z1, it came with a DX intake manifold. And when I picked up a VX manifold, it came without injectors. I didn't think this would be a problem, as I figured that all Civics and Integras used the same injectors. Now someone tells me the VX uses different injectors. Is this true? Are they just sperficially different, but have the same flowrate? And if they really are different, is there another more commonly available injector that might work (ie CX)?
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Old 02-06-2008, 06:35 PM   #2
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there the same size physicly and plug in the same as any other OBD1 honda injector. diffrence is the flow rate. dont quote me on this but i beleve normal injectors are 220cc/ miniute and VX and HF are eather 170 or 190cc/ minute.
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Actually, I know for a fact that the typical D-series and B-series injector flows 240cc/min. Not sure about VX/CX, though.
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If anyone wants to flip a few dollars my way, there is a guy local to me that can flow test injectors and give me a spec sheet on them for $20. I have a spare set of VX injectors sitting in the motor that I'm rebuilding that I can send in to get tested and cleaned. That way we can have definitive proof of what the flow rate of the VX injectors are.
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If anyone wants to flip a few dollars my way, there is a guy local to me that can flow test injectors and give me a spec sheet on them for $20. I have a spare set of VX injectors sitting in the motor that I'm rebuilding that I can send in to get tested and cleaned. That way we can have definitive proof of what the flow rate of the VX injectors are.
Just to add to that, theres also these guys that do shipping
http://www.witchhunter.com/
It's $17 per injector but that's cleaning, new o-rings, and flow test. I don't know if it's a common thing to do on hondas, but it's fairly common on the older toyota trucks i'm used to. Most people get a noticeable difference and it's much cheaper than new injectors.
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