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#21
petert

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Whether they fit his fuel rail or not isn't the point. They are just typical of the new cost of a std height Bosch injector, which incidentally fit an Mi16 or GTi6 rail. Last time I had injectors cleaned, baskets replaced, flow tested and new o-rings fitted they were $25 each cash. Add that to the price of sourcing an unknown 2nd hand injector and you're at $50 each total. At $62 each, I'd buy new ones. I'm sure there are sellers on eBay.co.uk offering similar prices.

#22
petert

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And 440cc is correct for a 250hp 4cyl running on E85.

#23
welshpug

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its a stock XU10J4RS on jenveys and we don't have E85 :lol:



#24
petert

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Shame, E85 is such a great fuel making hp. Cheap as chips too. Our V8 Supercars series has been using it for a few years now.