|Posted on Monday, December 11, 2006 - 09:18 pm: ||
i have stock injectors for a si lightning looking for an upgrade with more flow
|Posted on Thursday, December 14, 2006 - 02:45 am: ||
I was told some time ago that the stock injectors for the X-1's etc(I am assuming you meant X-1,not S-1) were from a small Ford 4 cylinder car like a Focus, and you could use an injector from another Ford like a V-6 Taurus, in place for more flow.
The Buell tech who had done this swap is not around any more,so cannot pick his brain. He told me he cross referenced the stock injector # on a Walbro site. Or we can hope we have a Ford nut around here.
You could replace fuel pump with a higher pressure one for more flow.
I ended up with an aftermarket throttle body and have not sourced injectors as yet.
|Posted on Thursday, December 21, 2006 - 11:45 am: ||
what about RC engineering? they can probly set you up with any injector you need
|Posted on Sunday, March 04, 2007 - 08:44 am: ||
For the record, stock injectors are approx 300 cc injectors, made by seimens and high impedance. here at least , they are quite hard to find in larger flow rates and stay that size, and stock injectors are angled to spray into the cylinder heads better (this a good thing). Just take em somewhere n drill em, Mine now flow 430 cc's and fuel my turbo xb.If i can pull out the fuel pump....... I am hoping to get a flow test on that.As for the fuel pressure reg on the buell i can only assume that its the job of the adaptive fuel value doohickie?. I drilled my rail , placed a pressure reg there, and drilled my throttle body to actually score some vacuum points under the throttle plate. It is a bumpy ride buildin turbos out of these things but worth it. And as for hellbender... I will beat it yet.
(Message edited by Docktor on March 04, 2007)