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50% nozzles?

Just curious why we don't here about more people using them I know you can get them though, So why not use them?

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Because everyone is brainwashed that they need 190/100's.
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And 75% nozzles may only be 40 or 50% anyway. Think about it, 175/75 injectors only flow 30% more fuel, so why do you need 75% nozzles? 190s flow 40% more.
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Because everyone is brainwashed that they need 190/100's.
Well some on brainwashed me to get 190/50's.
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well sombody brain washed me to run 100s on my 350s
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And 75% nozzles may only be 40 or 50% anyway. Think about it, 175/75 injectors only flow 30% more fuel, so why do you need 75% nozzles? 190s flow 40% more.
Are you talking injector volume in correlation to nozzle size?

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Are you talking injector volume in correlation to nozzle size?

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Yes. An injector with 40% more volume doesn't need a 100% nozzle to empty out in the same window.
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Yes. An injector with 40% more volume doesn't need a 100% nozzle to empty out in the same window.
Okay, thats kinda what my thinking had been lately in a way. All you should need for a nozzle is the smallest size that can empty all the fuel at the smallest pw. Right?

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The problem is there is no standard for measuring them from different suppliers or modifiers. If there was a spec to follow and everyone used it, modification would be a simpler task. Just try asking for the flow spec or what a 70hp nozzle will flow. No one will tell you, it's a secret! What a bunch of chit.
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Well some on brainwashed me to get 190/50's.
I was at that someone's shop yesterday


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