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    2.0 & 2.2 injectors the same?

    Anybody know if you can fit 2.2 injectors into a 2.0 x20xev?
    2.0 5 door conversion. 136.8 bhp and 127 lb/ft torque.more mods coming soon!
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    Sorry to kind of hijack your thread, but is it possible for other injectors to fit? I.e can we fit gsi injectors to a 1.8? would this increase performance? or am i being retarded?

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    I would imagine the gsi injectors are far too big & would most probably ruin your engine. Might see a bit of gain with 2.0 injectors
    2.0 5 door conversion. 136.8 bhp and 127 lb/ft torque.more mods coming soon!
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    the ecu controls the injection duration, hence the volume of fuel that is added per combustion cycle.
    using bigger injectors will serve no benefit at all, other than wash the bores with overdosed fuel

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    Ah, was worth asking, although I suppose if bigger injectors gave better performance people will already be doing it :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve1412 View Post
    the ecu controls the injection duration, hence the volume of fuel that is added per combustion cycle.
    using bigger injectors will serve no benefit at all, other than wash the bores with overdosed fuel
    Well put!

    More air + more fuel = more power
    Astra Z22SE 200.8 Bhp

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