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Old 23-08-2010, 08:51 PM   #1
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Hi, would like to know ... what kind petrol injectors are in my RB25DE spec 2 and RB 25 DET spec 2 ?? For upgrade, could i use GTS-T injectors ??? I think there is more petrol feed. I have uprated fuel pump installed already.

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Old 23-08-2010, 09:43 PM   #2
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You would need a few serious mods on an n/a to justify upgrading the injectors
Why do you think you need them?
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spec 1 rb25de are 270cc,spec 1 rb25det are 370cc,can't see why spec 2 would be different,and the same as what badhabit said you'll need some serious mods the 270's to run out of puff, they where still fine when i first fitted a turbo to my na with a fpr
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+ it will over like mad without an ecu or a fpr to drop the pressure
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thanks lads for some clue.
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What makes you think you need to upgrade your injectors in the first place?
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na car wont need an injector upgrade unless you turbo it.

if its still na then they wont need changing.
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