fair doo's. Economy is always a good way of doing things!
But, your car will measure the air flow into the cylinders, and pulse each injector for the require amount of time it knows to get a certain amount of fuel for the air. If you stick higher flowing injectors in, the ECU will keep the same pulse width on the injector, and it'll just overfuel...
exactly, and because the injector apeture is bigger and they are meant to run at higher pressure you will not the correct spray pattern and it will run shite, use tons of fuel and generally turn the car into a shed.
Had them cleaned in Ultrasonic bath, they were on for 3 1/2 hours cost £147 and at the end told me they wouldn`t clean they were broken inside. The scrappys I have tried won`t break the engines. They are not Bosch injectors but Rochester or sum thing and I can`t seem to pick up any recons.
rochester? really, didnt know they came in GM engines. best watch yerself, they might not be compatible with the bosch ones that are in everything else and you could burn your ecu loom out.
suppose the only advice i have now is to bite the bullet and get another set, but scrappies will have some somewhere, so try looking around 1st
Did the Sri come with Bosch? If I get another set from Vaux will they be Rochester or Bosch? Vaux dealers strongly advised against getting a new set, even thogh my current set are gubbed.
Should I or shouldn`t I?