First off, I want to thank Jim @ www.diy-injectors.com
The kit I recieved from him was top notch, he put up with my questions for months before I bought. He is very knowledgeable and helpful. I see he now has pre-built injectors if the DIY part doesn't suit you, I'm sure he is as capable as anyone out there building injectors, in fact I know he is. :mafia
Ok, now for the build. I swapped my friend my injectors for the inectors he has in his 97. So we took AD's from my 02, transplanted to 97, and reverse.
He gets 50 more cc's of fuel without spending a dime. I get AA codes to mod with only 30,000 miles on them, brand new from Alliant last year.
The build overall went pretty smooth. It is time consuming, but I didn't even need the instructions after the second one. If you can put together a model car, you can do this. In fact it's easier. I don't know if I ever made it all the way through a model, but this was a complete success.
Here are some pics. The first link is purely technical pics of the complete process. You can get the kit, and follow these pics through and I'm confident you could get er done.
Don't get me wrong. Jim provides detailed instructions, and a very helpful CD of high res photos to walk you through the install, and that it does. I took a few more pics at different stages, and highlighted a few more things in the hope that it will make it easier for you if you decide to mod your own injectors.
Second link is just general pics of the install.
Got a video of me gettin owned by some oil squirtin out of the cylinder too. Not sure I should post that....
Injector Build Process
General Install Pics