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post #1 of 2 Old 05-19-2010, 07:11 PM Thread Starter
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Rosewood 80% over nozzles

Are they worth it? I was going to get 8 new AC code injectors but money is a little tight. I know the orings on my stock 119k injectors may need to be replaced just because of a tiny bit of grey smoke on start up. So I was going to put AC injectors in it but I dont think I could afford it right now. How are these nozzles? Will this be a good upgrade while I am in there? I know I could rock these for awhile and if I ever want to do a bigger turbo/injectors I would already have stage 2 nozzles.

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Ive been told oversized injectors are a waste of money unless the rest of the intake and exhaust system are large enough to provide them with enough air to perform a complete combustion.
If there is ANY smoke it is justs a waste of fuel.
An efficient engine wont produce any smoke because the fuel charge is being completely burned. Smoke is just unburned or partially burned (wasted) fuel.

Looks cool tho..(Unless you ride a bike behind it) LOL

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