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I have looked and called everywhere.. Can't find a single thing about these injectors looking for some help. I have some Siemens Deka injectors and on the side it has L-95 that is the only numbers on it and I can't find any information as far as the cc's they are any help would be greatly appreciated
 

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I did a quick search, couldn't find anything conclusive. It seems that there are Deka 95 LB injectors, but I would hate to correlate your marking number to the actual flow as I honestly have no idea.

Are there no other markings on the side of the injectors? Some pictures might help.

If you feel, and of course this is a gut feeling as you can't tell what the flow size is, that these injectors MAY be high flowing injectors (500CC/min+), it might be worth it to have them sent in for cleaning/flow testing. Most places charge 50 bucks to clean and flow test them, $75 - $100 to balance them (speaking for 4 injectors of course). Spending the 50 bucks on testing will let you know beyond a doubt what they flow.

This would let you know the exact flow rates at given duty cycles (at a given fuel pressure of course, since we are talking Honda's here the flow would be tested @ 43.5PSI). The results are usually provided on a print out/paperwork in CC/MIN or LBS/MIN at 85% and 90% duties when they ship the injectors back to you. Some places advertise 2 day turn around times, which is pretty good.

Didn't mean to give you a sales pitch, but if there really are no other number on those injectors and you can't find any correlating part numbers, etc or even visual matches of what the injector looks like to similar models using google search, it's hard to even know where the ballpark starts and where it ends without getting them tested. Without an actual part number correlation, everything except testing is just speculation.

Even if they are lower flowing aftermarket injectors, if they do break into the 500cc/min+ range you can definitely resell them for more than what it cost to get them tested.
 

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I will be home in exactly a week I will take some pictures and post them but there isn't any other identification markings on them. Just the name brand on one side and the L-95 on the other I called a couple places and still haven't any luck
 

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For the longest time injector rehab was offering 20% off for d-series members. The discount code from the affiliates section no longer works but you might want to hit them up and ask if they’ll still offer it.

They did my injectors years ago and included before/after flow graphs per injector.
 
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