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Old 01-12-2009, 09:50 AM   #1
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Default New Ford 80#High Imp injectors

Anyone know if these will work in LSX setups without modification or adapters?

Let me know what ya think


M-9593-LU80* 80 lbs./hr. EV6 11-12 ohms L USCAR

All injector flow rates are quoted at a delta pressure of 39.15 psi. To convert to a delta pressure of 43.5 psi, multiply flow rate by 1.054.

http://www.fordracingparts.com/parts...KeyField=10702



Hopefully the long length is the same size as the ones we use in our cars as well as the connector type.
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They should be the correct length, but it is not the same connector.

I didn't know these were around, I'm gonna try to get more info on them.

they look like the new Siemens 86's that were being talked about a while back. If so, I may be able to get them in the correct connector style.

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They should be the correct length, but it is not the same connector.

I didn't know these were around, I'm gonna try to get more info on them.

they look like the new Siemens 86's that were being talked about a while back. If so, I may be able to get them in the correct connector style.

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Keep us posted The price on these is good at $420.00!!!


What is wrong with the connector? I though my 60# motorons in my Vette had USCAR connectors....maybe I am on crack...please let me know
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Its not a bad price, I'll have to talk to our distributor and find out what we can get them for.

What year is your vette?
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Old 01-12-2009, 11:41 AM   #5
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If I'm calculating this right, these should be able to do about 98 lbs/hr of fuel at about 60 psi, that seem about right?

If so that's really good news for stock computer guys with FI that's for sure.

Should let ya get a little further with the stock computer that's for sure, probably as far as you could even go with a procharger type setup (100 lb/hr of fuel is alot of power!)
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They should flow around 99lb @ 4 bar.

When we get them we will be modifying them like we do the 60's, so expect us to be able to flow them to about 120lb @ 3 bar.
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No ****, that's alot of fuel
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its not a bad price, i'll have to talk to our distributor and find out what we can get them for.

What year is your vette?
2001 z06
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Old 01-12-2009, 12:01 PM   #9
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at 43.5psi (3 bar) these would be 84lber's and perfect for my setup as my 60's are at 106% right now.
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if you guys at FIC can get these at a decent price i suggest you do a monster group purchase to bring down the price alittle bit and have a thousand people buy these all at once. GROUP BUY here we come!!!! I know you guys are going to be in, this is a big deal we finally get a somewhat "big enough" high impedance injector that wont cost you your left and/or right nut thanks for posting this OP!
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if you guys at FIC can get these at a decent price i suggest you do a monster group purchase to bring down the price alittle bit and have a thousand people buy these all at once. GROUP BUY here we come!!!! I know you guys are going to be in, this is a big deal we finally get a somewhat "big enough" high impedance injector that wont cost you your left and/or right nut thanks for posting this OP!
Agreed ! I would want to make sure the connectors will work with stock connections. Please let us know if that is the case and then lets see a group buy price
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"Introducing the new 80 lb/hr high impedance fuel injector from FRPP! Standard equipment on the 2008 Cobra Jet turn-key drag race car, this injector is perfect for highly modified 03/04 Cobra owners and GT500 owners alike. Our testing has shown that on a GT500 with stock fuel pumps, these injectors barely go above 80% duty cycle while supporting 700 rwhp at 40 psid fuel pressure."


The connector is different from f-bodies but changing the ends is no big deal. Looks like a decent deal if they work as advertised..
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how do you change the connectors on them? or do you think they sell 'em with the correct fbody "LS1" style connector
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ford racing sells a nice 1 piece adapter to go from the new injector style back to the older bosch style connector

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ford racing sells a nice 1 piece adapter to go from the new injector style back to the older bosch style connector

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Is this for the Connection? If so what is the part# as I cannot find it.

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These connectors will fix this issue and allow for the connection of these injectors(uscar)to Bosch/Minitimer connectors.

http://www.racetronix.com/IA-MU.html


Although i would rather just have the same injectors with the proper bosche/minitimer connection !
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We have the adapters as well. But many injector companys make injectors with either the minimeter or USCAR plugs, like our Bosch Design III, we have them in both connector styles.

Once I get more info about these injectors I'll be able to let you know more about that.

If they don't have the correct minimeter plug for the LS1, I'm sure our group buy will include the wiring adapters
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Rich, check your e-mail.
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I can get them, but I am going to wait a bit to release them until I get a set in my hands. Expect a video pretty soon of them on the flow bench.
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