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Old 21st October 2014, 10:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Upgrading rb26 (r32) injectors with stock fuel rail/fpr

I have a AEM ems on order and I'll be running HKS gt-ss turbos.

I am a little confused when the stock injectors are top feed low impedence but the bosch ev14 injectors I want are side feed high impedence.

I understand I can run the high impedence by removing the resistor box and installing the AEM EMS.

How does side feed vs top feed work in the stock fuel rail set up?

I'm looking at ID1000cc injectors...
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Old 22nd October 2014, 09:57 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Simple, you need top feed injectors...


Down the page.

http://injectordynamics.com/injectors/id1000/
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I found this thread that says the ID injectors wont fit the standard fuel rail? 159294-rb26-injectors.html
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it wont let me post a link so if you can cut the top https after forum.....
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I think there are two ways fit the 11mm id1000s.

Have you oem fuel rail machined from 10.5mm to 11mm.

Or

Buy an aftermarket fuel rail that is already 11mm.


Either of these will be 100x easier than fitting side feed injectors which I'm not even sure can.
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found new zealand company selling 1000cc ev14 injectors in 10.5mm so they are drop in ready for the factory rail, good deal too
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