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Old 02-12-2010, 11:26 AM   #1
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I bought a new set of 42lb injecotors, and would like to have them all flow match to one another. Any ideas on who can do this for me?

injectors: 42lb SVO ford injectors. Never ran in the car yet. Would need to have them back before March 10th

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+1^^^ Great guys and great work!!
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there is also RCENG over in california, and then in NC there is New Era perf. I think
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I bought a new set of 42lb injecotors, and would like to have them all flow match to one another. Any ideas on who can do this for me?

injectors: 42lb SVO ford injectors. Never ran in the car yet. Would need to have them back before March 10th

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Sean, I think you misunderstand the principle of 'Flow matching injectors'. Flow matching requires a large quantity of the same injectors, say for example 100-200. The process is to flow all of the injectors, record the flow numbers, and then group them into sets of 8 based on their flow numbers being equal or very close to each other. This would be a Flow Matched set of injectors. It would be almost impossible to get the exact same flow numbers on the 8 injectors you already have unless they have already been matched. Flow matching isn't something that you adjust on an individual injector to make it match another injector. I hope this makes sense.

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^ well i may be misunderstanding but, you can buy a set of 8 that have been flow matched to one another. Reason being is that cylinder 7 & 8 don't go lean. seeing how they are in the back
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUPqrgZdIU8

NewEra dose this. Did a set of used 36s I run in my car. I got a sheet with the flow data, and put the higher flowing 2 in 7/8
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