I see people talking about DSM ones in older threads and RSX injectors in newer threads. What have you seen that works without to much fuss?you can find OEM injectors from some vehicles that are bigger for $50 or less, and under $100 to send them in to be clean and flow balanced.
Dont ***** rig it and decap them
I thought for turbo build a stream was preferable to a fogging pattern.If you don't care about spray pattern go ahead
I've read it's good for turbo motors if the injector is aimed at the backside of the intake valves a straight jet can be more consistent. Something to do with the exstreme turbulence of a boosted motors intake tract but I don't know.Read the turbo FAQ
Why would you want a hard-to-mix stream versus an easy-to-mix spray mist?
unless you feel pouring fuel through the exhaust is acceptable
I checked injector nation after reading about it. Its the easy button for injectors but I'm cheap bastard so I make things hard on myself. It's just a guess but I doubt the spray pattern would be noticable on a dyno or the road. Might notice it with a tailpipe sniffer. I'm basing this off how smoothly a carb works in open plenum manifolds. I'm more concerned with injector variance when decapped. Learn to read plugs again I guess.There is a lot of good info in that thread you posted, one of the best posts was the acid beaver referencING injector nation injectors.
I can understand how you would think a solid stream at the intake valve might be benificial, however, what about when the engine is not seeing boost pressure? It's not gonna run very good. I mean unless this is a full on straight line drag only application, even then, a good quality set of injectors will out perform a de capped set. I mean. Ya de capped injectors was the thing to do 15+ years ago, but so we're map/boost foolers. And underglow. And body kits.