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Installed Nismo 550Cc Injectors.. Will The Car Start?


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R32 GTST, RB20.

Stock AFM, stock ECU.

TD06-20G

I've just finished installing Nismo 550cc injectors (to suit GTR) as well as wired in the GTR resistor pack.

Before I tow it to my tuner to have a nistune installed and tuned, if I try to start the car will it run on idle?

I just want to make sure there are no fuel leaks and I have wired up the injectors correctly.

Not looking to drive the car just want it to idle..

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Car will run very rich (double the fuel it would normally get with the stockers), the spark plugs are guaranteed to be fouled. Depending on the lag time of the Nismo's vs stock injectors, it might not even idle.

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It will sit and idle fine mate, you can even rev it a bit as long s you don't get on boost.

Its not till it gets under load it will flood.. I wouldn't recommend driving it. I actually tried driving mine with 650s ,I got around the block before the plugs started to foul, it was spluttering alot and I barely got it home after that..If your mechanic is less than a km away and you drove very slowly, you would make it..

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It will sit and idle fine mate, you can even rev it a bit as long s you don't get on boost.

Its not till it gets under load it will flood.. I wouldn't recommend driving it. I actually tried driving mine with 650s ,I got around the block before the plugs started to foul, it was spluttering alot and I barely got it home after that..If your mechanic lives less than a km away and you drove very slowly, you would make it..

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i agree , it cant hurt to make sure its at least idling before going for a tune otherwise you could be paying extra for the tuner to sort out an idle issue if it doesn't when you get it there..

i started mine just cause im a curious bugger and was actually surprised at how well it did idle, i got overconfident and tried to drive it...didnt work :no:

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Jez, just waiting on the middle intake gasket to arrive, then put the upper manifold back on, and a test start/idle.

Then I'll send the ecu to you.

So give me a week or so.

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No idea, seemed like the easiest way to get to the injectors and I had to pull the loom out to modify.

Gave me room to replace both rocker cover gaskets and check vacuum lines (worn/old)

No biggie

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