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Old 30-01-2020, 19:36   #16
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Fair point but if you go bigger than stock you will need a remap as well how much will that cost you if not already planning on doing it ?

Also running injectors waaaaay bigger than you need can make it difficult to map for low/medium speed driving as so little fuel is needed its just dribling out the big fat injectors, although to be fair things have got a lot better now and most modern larger injectors will still have good spray pattern at low flow rates but i just dont see point for your car.

If you send your injectors over to

Gary @ APT price shouldnt be so bad
Thanks for the reply.

I intend on having the car remapped in the next 6-8 weeks anyways

Wasn't considering 1000cc and thought the 780 would be plenty big for my (current and future) needs. Just wanted to understand the difference between the two.
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Old 31-01-2020, 19:45   #17
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Hello mr Jim
Dont be on here much so just noticed this threadski .
Just for reference ,im running 400.3 ATF since 2011 ( that .3 is all the difference ) and on the ORIGINAL oem 7 injectors @560cc STILL .
At there near limit for that power level indeedski but no issues ever on that front .
I know the similar cleaning cost v new makes sense in a way ,but you try anyone else for testing flow of the current injectors for better price ?
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