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Old 01-20-2010, 07:40 AM
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Injector nozzle sizes

I know of 80, 100, and 200% over stock are available but are there any other sizes available and who sells them?

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80% 100% 200% 400% 600% 800%

jim at rosewood told me about those
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400% 600% 800% holy chit
hate to see what they cost
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400% 600% 800% holy chit
hate to see what they cost
you aint kiddin
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80% 100% 200% 400% 600% 800%

jim at rosewood told me about those
are they all 7 hole injectors and btw what is the stock nozzle size?
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There is different sizes for different stages... Your best bet would be to call people who make them like casserly or rosewood. Hypermax even those are good.
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There is different sizes for different stages... Your best bet would be to call people who make them like casserly or rosewood. Hypermax even those are good.
If I'm not mistaken there is more to it then different sizes for different stages. you can put stock nozzles on b codes but you won't get all the fuel becuase you run out of pulse width and on the other extreme 800% nozzles on stock injectors would just shoot all the fuel in quickly and make it hard to tune.

I'm putting together my plans for my build and I'm trying to get as much information I can about available parts so I can figure what combination I want to use
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I wasnt saying I knew all about them. I was just adding to what people was saying. But like I said you could get all the info you want if you called a builder.
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If I'm not mistaken there is more to it then different sizes for different stages. you can put stock nozzles on b codes but you won't get all the fuel becuase you run out of pulse width and on the other extreme 800% nozzles on stock injectors would just shoot all the fuel in quickly and make it hard to tune.

I'm putting together my plans for my build and I'm trying to get as much information I can about available parts so I can figure what combination I want to use
well of course... thats just common sense you can throw a set of 400% nozzles on a set of stock sticks... and i dont think it would be hard to tune.. i think it would be impossible to tune a way oversized nozzle than what is needed. it all depends on what cc injectors your going with... you want to get a nozzle that reflects your injector the best

160-250cc i wouldnt go any bigger than a 100%
275-355-no bigger than a 200%
400-and up well i dont know

i know blowby on PSN did 1038hp on a set of 400cc400% nozzles and passed a emissions test with it also
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best thing to do is talk with Jim @ DIY I was talking with him about bigger nozzles for my stage 2's and he said instead of bigger nozzles he could put a kit together to make my stage 2's into 238cc hybrids using the stage 2 nozzles. Waiting on a price
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