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They're high impedance and idle very well on e85. However just a bit overkill... 1000 horsepower at the tires on e85 only requires around 125lb injector @ 45 psi static pressure.
 

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They're high impedance and idle very well on e85. However just a bit overkill... 1000 horsepower at the tires on e85 only requires around 125lb injector @ 45 psi static pressure.
thanks,Ive learned over the years that iam better off going a little larger on my fuel systems because nothing ever stays the same for years.
 

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I'm using the Bosch 210s from ebay, https://www.ebay.com/itm/8-Genuine-Bosch-210lb-2200cc-210-fuel-injectors-BMW-Dodge-Ford-Chevrolet-GM/311861988152?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649

They are legit bosch, I just had them flow tested also and all was good.

I'm making around 1100 rwhp ([email protected] 3500#) and these are running about 60% duty cycle. 40 psi base, 57 psi fuel pressure under boost. They idle great.
Tony what hat are you running with those. I have a vic jr efi. with there rails.are you running filters in the hats?
 

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Tony what hat are you running with those. I have a vic jr efi. with there rails.are you running filters in the hats?

He sells the hats and injector pig tails also, I actually contacted him outside of ebay and bought direct from him. Was cheaper that way.

I have the victor 5.0 efi intake and using the Aeromotive/TFS fuel rails. And no, I have no filter in them. I have a Aeromotive Pro series 10 micron filter just after the pump and PTFE fuel lines.
 
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