Aftermarket injector install/info page

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  1. NotSoSlowSHO

    NotSoSlowSHO Gas is $$ WALK!

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    I recently installed my 42# injectors on my M90 project SHO. And took a bunch of photos in the process.

    Then I threw together a website with pics and info. A "how-to" of sorts, aimed primarily at showing exactly what needs to be done to swap in larger injectors.

    I know it would have helped me.... hopefully it will help others :)

    Link here:
    http://www.bonnefinstudios.com/kwb/automotive/tech/injectors.htm
     
    Last edited: Oct 7, 2007
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  2. ohioshodude

    ohioshodude SHO'ld fogy

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    thanks kenny. your a stand up guy! i'm sure this will surely help someone. :thumb:
     
  3. shotyme95

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    Kenny;
    Thanks for the info. Hopefully I will have them installed soon.
    Drew
     
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    SASHO91 Zoom Zoom

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    You think your all cool now with all your How to stuff, and im S/C'ing my sho with a M90, and this and that.....

    well you know what?!?!?!

























    YOU ARE, very very very cool.... :thumb: :salute: :hail:
    very nice info page you put togther kenny. Glad to see everything is coming along....



    but the question now is.... can we trust you!!!!>!!>>!!





    :biggrin: :lol: :laugh_ti: :biggrin:
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  5. BeautifulDisasterSho

    BeautifulDisasterSho SHO Member

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    An M90 on a SHO engine, that's gotta be the hardest blower to fit under the hood. I looked at your pages yesterday, very nice work fabricating things yourself.
    An M90, I still can't get over it.
     
  6. NotSoSlowSHO

    NotSoSlowSHO Gas is $$ WALK!

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    Thanks, yes there is a ton of fab work. And still more to come.
    I have this funny feeling though, that I will not be happy with the M90. And Ill have to rip it out in favor of a nice big turbo :rofl:

    We shall see. The whine of the SC may make it all worth it :corn:

    The real question is this....

    Can we trsut the SHO?? :nut:
     
  7. RJ-92

    RJ-92 SHO Member

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    AWESOME! Thanx. That helps alot. :thumb:
     
  8. NotSoSlowSHO

    NotSoSlowSHO Gas is $$ WALK!

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    No problemo. If anyone has any tips or comments, or finds something that needs fixing on the site, please let me know. I could easily add info for other injector types.
     
  9. jeanrw2000

    jeanrw2000 Lechon Asado!

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    does it has to have the original SHO tips for the aftermarket injectors to work?

    my came with this yellow tips, maybe that explains the all the low gas mileage.. :shrug: :bonk: [​IMG]
     
  10. LeddZepp8687

    LeddZepp8687 The Keg Rider

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    Thanks for the useful info!!

    Also if I might add, I love that color scheme you've got going on there
     
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    Thanks. I want to do that upgrade.
     
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    Nice job.:hail:
     
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  15. NotSoSlowSHO

    NotSoSlowSHO Gas is $$ WALK!

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    Edited (FINALLY) the original post :wave:
     
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    anyone happen to know if the stock injectors are high impedance or low impedance?? 24lb injectors stock are pretty nice. didnt know that.
     

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