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#1 (permalink) Old 10-12-2005, 09:49 PM
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E36 M3 injectors

I have a 95 325is and i was wondering if it is possiable to put 24lb injectors form an E36 M3 on my car? Would it give me and kind of performance?
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it will, but you really should get the computer remapped to work better with it. only then will you score bigger performance numbers, i also suggest getting a good CAI or some sort of upgraded intake system to try to even out the air/fuel ratio

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it will, but you really should get the computer remapped to work better with it.
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only then will you score bigger performance numbers,
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i also suggest getting a good CAI or some sort of upgraded intake system to try to even out the air/fuel ratio
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hey Furious, who would remapp the computer? I already got a Conforti chip, would that be all i needed?
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and how much of a performance would it give me? Is it worth $225 that ECIS has them for?
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Has what for?

Does ECIS sell chips? Call and ask them to cusotm map a chip for you (or they might already have oen premade) for a ECIS intake, and 24 lb injectors. But I really would recomend a exhaust too.


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Where does the improvement from bigger injectors come from? More fuel needs more air. Bigger injectors don't improve volumetric efficiency, last time I checked. The stock injectors can handle quite a bit of mods before you NEED to replace them. Forced induction would certainly warrrant fuel delivery improvements.

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