Injector Flow Testing Data

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tomz
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Re: Injector Flow Testing Data

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hi I am interested in getting some injectors tested are you able to test some for me by any chance.
They are chinese l67 knock offs have a set installed but putting L67 injector numbers in the Tune doesnt seem to be adding up on the results I am seeing.
I suspect the opening times are slower than what I am expecting....
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Re: Injector Flow Testing Data

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Throw them in the bin and buy some quality injectors
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The1
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yep as above, i did a video comparing them ages ago. At low pressure particularly it highlighted how bad the holes are drilled/machined.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7CfPe-P_9Y[/youtube]
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sorry to butt in, The1. You are absolutely correct how bad the aftermarket crapola is. It's very sad how consumers think they paid all the money and are duped :(
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The1
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with Bosch especially it is near impossible visually to tell the fakes from the genuines. It's only until you test them.
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