**DONOTDELETE**
(Unregistered)
05/05/03 07:41 PM
Disc/Ball Injectors

Has anybody else seen these things? Just curious because I think they are pretty new and just want some feedback on them. Here is a link: http://www.ffwdconnection.com/dsm2.htm

Dan D
(220, 221... whatever it takes)
05/05/03 09:07 PM
Re: Disc/Ball Injectors

www.fuelinjectorclinic.com

Get them directly from Frank and you'll get a better deal/service. I'm happy with mine. They idle well and behave themselves at WOT.


**DONOTDELETE**
(Unregistered)
05/06/03 03:01 AM
Re: Disc/Ball Injectors

You do know you can get the same "special" disk injectors from Summit Racing right?? And no it's not new- not trying to be an ass, or a monkey.

**DONOTDELETE**
(Unregistered)
05/06/03 03:05 AM
Re: Disc/Ball Injectors

Oh yeah and the "custom" injectors from here.....What a joke!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ok did you know you can get the same "custom" injectors from Summit racing for less money?
http://www.extremepsi.com/x/customer/product.php?productid=16320&cat=360&page=1&PHPSESSID=0017ae3316a088f0fd20f3e9b2933313


number3
(Senior Member)
05/06/03 07:00 AM
Re: Disc/Ball Injectors

Is there proof that these injectors make more power?

Harry


Turbo4door1
(Paid to pewp)
05/06/03 07:06 AM
Re: Disc/Ball Injectors

I have been looking into injectors for quite awhile now. Price is not the ONLY issue. I know this topic has been well beat, and I have read most of the archives and even searched the web. What is everyones take on the "best" style. Everything i read seems to differ. The general consesus everywhere seems to be that the pintle style is the most free-flowing, maintence free style. The ball and disc types seem to have some issues with easier clogging. I'm leaning towards the Denso 660s (stock pintle style) injectors. Can anyone give pros or cons for going with the cheaper ball or ball/disc injectors over these?

**DONOTDELETE**
(Unregistered)
05/06/03 01:59 PM
Re: Disc/Ball Injectors

quote:
Originally posted by Team Ducktape:
You do know you can get the same "special" disk injectors from Summit Racing right?? And no it's not new- not trying to be an ass, or a monkey.

Are they machined to fit our intakes? I know these are just the standard 550 Delphi units that MSD and others use, but I think the pintle is narrower than our cars want, and the inlet end is too fat to fit inside our fuel rail, so they have to be machined to fit. I had considered doing the machining as a free service, because I found that Precision Turbo sells them as Buick injectors for only $62.50 each, but at $70 a piece MACHINED, that seems like a great deal. Most guys were getting about $100 a piece for them last I knew.

**DONOTDELETE**
(Unregistered)
05/06/03 02:19 PM
Re: Disc/Ball Injectors

I think hahnracecraft sells these type injectors also...

I think they claim a smoother idle rather than just upgrading with larger pintle style


**DONOTDELETE**
(Unregistered)
05/09/03 12:03 AM
Re: Disc/Ball Injectors

http://www.delphi.com/pdf/racing/multecbottomfeed_gas.pdf
Now if I could only get them to give me the REAL spec sheets. It seems like NO ONE knows the rise time (deadtime) of their injectors.


Scott Y
(mighty skunk hunter)
05/09/03 09:57 AM
Re: Disc/Ball Injectors

I just installed 680 ball/disk injectors that I got from Ramchargers.com. http://www.ramchargers.com/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/CategoryDisplay?cgrfnbr=29898&cgmenbr=541&cat1=29839&cat2=29865
They were approx $350, and so far they work fine. I have a bunch of tuning to do, but I have no complaints so far.



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