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DSM injectrors need advice

Old 04-05-2005, 02:23 PM
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ok, I'm going to buy a AFC and some DSM Blue tops Injectors, I think they're 450cc or 550cc....WHATEVER---anyways....yes I still wanna boost at 6psi ONLY...cause I'm a -----... again i have a T3 turbo setup on a B20 with a LS head OBD1..... my questions:
1- will the injectors fit in my fuel rail?
2- will the wire connectors fit the DSM injectors? if not please instructions would really help!!!!!
3- do I need a bigger Fuel Pump?
4- do I need missing link
5- do I need ANYTHING ELSE??

or which is easier and cheaper....yes I'm also a (lowballer) chip ecu??

again my goal is to NOT BLOW MY MOTOR and boost ONLY 5-6 PSI--yes I'm still a -----
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Old 04-05-2005, 04:17 PM
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well first off you need to do some more research.....second what year/obd this set up is would be helpfull.....third if your gonna buy an afc you might as well chip the ecu instead and run turboedit or uberdata....and last if your gonna be a ----- and only run 5-6 psi when you could run 10-12 psi, then just put an fmu on it and save your self the headach of the electronics, an fmu would be used with stock injectors, and a missing link is ONLY needed if you use an fmu, with afc hack or chipped ecu theres no need for missing link, and your stock fuel pump will be fine....oh and your still a -----... :P
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Old 04-05-2005, 07:52 PM
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the set up is a OBD-1... I will chip the stock LS OBD1 ecu and get the DSM 450cc injectors and a new fuel pump just in case..it might help a bit..... and without a boost-control device....how do I know the turbo won't over boost??...(again the turbo is a stock Saab Garrett T3 with internal wastegate)...again I am very dumb and stupid so give me as much advice as you can....yes i will still be a ----- and boost only 5-6 psi with this set-up knowing that it is capable of 10-12 psi...ANYWAYS...any help is good to know and does anyone have instruction on how DSM 450cc injectors FIT on a 98 LS fuel rail and the wiring configurations?? please i'm dumb and very slow and help me....
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Old 04-06-2005, 12:17 AM
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try looking in the Forced Induction section of this site on how to modify your stock injector seals to fit the DSM injectors and fit them in your rail. You will also need to modify your injector clips.
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Old 04-06-2005, 03:07 AM
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b20 blocks suck. ur gonna blow. with a lil bit of motor oil you can prolly squeeze them into ur stock seals. if not then u need a dremel and resistor box or inline resistors for the injectors. afc is whack, chipped is safest even with a basemap. good luck.
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Old 04-07-2005, 01:07 PM
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turbo will spool to whatever the wastegate lets it spool to (probably more the 6psi) you could get an external and get a low psi spring but you should just stop being a ----- and run whatever the turbo wants to run. (<10 psi)
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