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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-29-2008, 04:42 PM Thread Starter
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im going to buy injectors tomaro when i get paid, im looking at BD 155 , are they any good ,if not what about F1 mach 4's or ddp, they cost more tho

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don't have any yet either, but from i have read on here, you get what you pay for.. i am going to get some ddp injectors. yeah they cost more, but they aren't near as smokey or run as hot like the cheaper injectors tend to. But if your not planning on pulling very much then i really don't see why the bd wouldn't work.

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I had some friends that used to run bd injectors and were quite happy with them. However, I'm not sure that they've advance technologically along with other injectors. Seems that DDP, F1, and Scheid are pretty popular. There is a guy out here though that runs a performance shop and has done a lot of testing on injectors, and said he wasn't really impressed with anything that was out there, and is now having injectors custom made for his shop. He put down 990 with his street injectors and spray in a 24v and he wasn't getting nearly that high with his mach 5's. So they may be something to look into. The shop is Called WINspeed.

I think that J&L machine (im not 100% sure that the name) makes injectors for a lot of different companies and you may be able to get some quality ones directly through them.

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He put down 990 with his street injectors and spray in a 24v and he wasn't getting nearly that high with his mach 5's. So they may be something to look into. The shop is Called WINspeed.

Imagine that...he couldn't make inflated nitrous numbers with a medium sized injector.

Did he try a Mach 7 or 8?

I sure as hell am not defending Donny M, but really, use some common sense.
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