Fueling & Injection - Billet Atomizer Injectors
05-13-2012, 01:36 AM
Hi all after some real world input on to chose some injectors. the injectors I'm trying to decide between are these
-FIC 160LBS High Z's
-Billet Atomizer Injectors 160LBS High Z's
has anyone got any experience or advice on what to use this particular car has a twin turbo 370cu iron block LS in it and is street driven on E85
05-14-2012, 03:59 AM
05-14-2012, 08:46 AM
can't input on those choices, but I have the lowZ billet atomizer 225s...extremely nice pieces!
05-14-2012, 09:52 AM
cheers fireball yeah I'm real stuck on what to go with and now i have been told to use id2000's as they are more tuneable then the 160lbs. so its now between the billet atomizers and the id2000's so hopefully someone running them will chime in with some benefits and or real world experience as want to just buy once and not have a problem
05-14-2012, 10:20 AM
I have the Billet atomizer 160 high z's... and E85, They are finicky. I had to redo my fuel system to get base fuel pressure below 50psi. (was told the fuel pressure needs to be below 50 for them to idle) otherwise I could only idle at like 12.5:1 a/f. These wont pulse as low as other injectors. Other than that they worked great. I just now got my fuel system fixed and can drop pressure... im in the middle of re-tuning it now.
My car was setup to run 60# injectors.. all i did was swap them and change the injector flow rate. There is no "injector data" for the billet atomizers. Which last year when my car warmed up it would not restart. I had a hell of a time figuring it out and Ed Hutchins on here helped me figure it out.
I had the car dialed in somewhat last night.. Then noticed a stumbling spot part throttle yet and went to look at it this morning and my entire VE table was 68, ya one number across the entire thing... not sure what happened. Hope I dont have to start over tonight. :(
I'll be playing with it again tonight.
05-14-2012, 09:31 PM
thanks for that. i think i might get with some bosch 2000cc units from a forum sponsor i just thought id find out some info on the billets as like to try out new things on the shop car ;)
05-15-2012, 01:33 PM
I have my fuel pressure down to 45, still needs a ton of fuel to idle right. They idle great at 12:1, cant seem to get it to idle in the 13's.... If I lean it out at all they shoot to high 15's and the car misfires. I would not recomend them.... pain in the ass... im probably going to sell them if I cant figure it out.
05-16-2012, 04:14 AM
thanks dude i have decided to get a set of FIC2000's i think as they are flow matched. but i can get standard bosch 2000's super cheap from a supplier but not matched and don't have the extensions
05-16-2012, 08:43 AM
I used the FIC 2000's in a customers 06 GTO, they idle great. No complaints.
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