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I went ahead and copied the info from the site as well so you can see it ehre w/o linking to the other site.

VEHICLE Injector Types Flow Rate
1988-91 Civic si/crx si Peak and hold 240cc
1992-95 Civic si/ex Saturated 240cc
1996-00 Civic Saturated 240cc
1990-91 Integra Peak and hold 240cc
1992-00 Integra ls/gsr/type R Saturated 240cc
1992-96 Prelude non-vtec Peak and hold 240cc
1992-96 Prelude VTEC Peak and hold 345cc
1997-up Prelude VTEC Saturated 280cc
1991-up Sentra se-r/200sx se-r Saturated 265cc
1991-up MR2 Turbo Peak and hold 440cc
1988-91 Supra Turbo Peak and hold 550cc
1993-up Supra non -Turbo Saturated 315cc
1993-up Supra Twin Turbo Peak and hold 550cc
2000-up Celica GT-S Saturated 310cc
1990-up Miata 1.6 liter Saturated 215cc
1993-up Miata 1.8 liter Saturated 240cc
1993-up RX-7 Twin Turbo Saturated 550cc/850cc
1990-96 300zx Twin Turbo Saturated 370cc
1991-up 3000GT VR-4 Peak and hold 350cc
1989-up Eclipse Turbo Peak and hold 450cc
 
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ass you can see every civic nd integra injector is the exact same flow. What makes them work for the different cars is how the ecu is pprogramemd from the factory. The fuel maps and curve are designed to fow the injectors at certain flow rates and open them for certain tie frames depending on what they car is doing according to it's programming. obd-2 type ecus and later actually "learn" how the car is being driven and after about 40-50 miles set themselves to that style of driving. such as highway or city, or even performace. the 96-2k civic were rated 129-134 crank power because of the ecu adjustments.

so if you want something larger for your project, go to a prelude v-tec injector. @345cc flow that's mreo than enought to handle any stock motor needs even under boosting. (14-15psi)
 
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grab the talon ones...they are 450cc, and they fit in to any honda rail
and they are cheap

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ass you can see every civic nd integra injector is the exact same flow. What makes them work for the different cars is how the ecu is pprogramemd from the factory. The fuel maps and curve are designed to fow the injectors at certain flow rates and open them for certain tie frames depending on what they car is doing according to it's programming. obd-2 type ecus and later actually "learn" how the car is being driven and after about 40-50 miles set themselves to that style of driving. such as highway or city, or even performace. the 96-2k civic were rated 129-134 crank power because of the ecu adjustments.

so if you want something larger for your project, go to a prelude v-tec injector. @345cc flow that's mreo than enought to handle any stock motor needs even under boosting. (14-15psi)
 
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grab the talon ones...they are 450cc, and they fit in to any honda rail
and they are cheap

-Rob
Exactly. If you looking to upgrade your injectors for cheap just get 450cc DSM's... at 42 psi 450cc injectors are maxed out at 300whp. I wouldn't waste your money on 345cc injectors. If I had 345cc injectors on my car and ran 15 psi they would easily be maxed out. Pick out a good size injector and then get a little bigger so you have room to play.
 
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