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PostPosted: Thu Apr 15, 2004 12:05 pm 
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the 8v engine uses a throttlebody injection or carb'd setup, so it's not comparable to the multiport setups with their individual injectors.

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"the 8v engine uses a throttlebody injection"

I know it, but my question wasn't that :)

My question was: how much is the swift 1.3 8V (68hp) fuel rate ?


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Sorry
My quaestion was: how much is the swift 1.3 8V (68hp) injector's flow rate ?


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I have a 94 mk3. In process of boost swap from NOS. I just took apart fuel rail hollow and large inside. See no problems cutting off regulator and adding own ends. I personally have done lots of research and will be using a H***a rail that will bolt on. Will use a modified factory H FPR with the B&M regulator adapter that will bolt on. Can use the factory banjo style fitting or use your own setup. Has port for gauge and auxillary fuel feed(extra injectors, NOS). Just my 2 pennys.
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PostPosted: Thu May 13, 2004 6:45 am 
does anyone know what the stock pressure for a gt swift's fuel system i did a test and got 31-32 and was wondering if thats what it should be. i also don't know if my car has the gti pump in it it might a redular swift/metro pump in it. thanks


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does anyone know what the stock pressure for a gt swift's fuel system i did a test and got 31-32 and was wondering if thats what it should be. i also don't know if my car has the gti pump in it it might a redular swift/metro pump in it. thanks


30-32psi on idle, 38-40psi on WOT should be ok as far as I remember.

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pasd wrote:
Sorry
My quaestion was: how much is the swift 1.3 8V (68hp) injector's flow rate ?

same question


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Swift GT 59-72cc
Firefly Turbo 49-56cc
Sidekick 16V 39-49cc


so this is correct? I can use the 3 of the 4 stock gti injectors I have kicking around in my mk2turbo3 as an upgrade? I know they work good, I upgraded to some supra injectors for the supercharger on the swift, so I just have this sitting here.

I would have to change the wiring harness for them, but thats no big deal. If I plan to go over the 10psi, this would be good info to know


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Colin The Barbarian wrote:
SSGTi12345 wrote:
does anyone know what the stock pressure for a gt swift's fuel system i did a test and got 31-32 and was wondering if thats what it should be. i also don't know if my car has the gti pump in it it might a redular swift/metro pump in it. thanks


30-32psi on idle, 38-40psi on WOT should be ok as far as I remember.

unregulated psi with eng off and key on
3 cyl = 23-31 (13-20 at idle)
4 cyl = 23-30 (13 for at least 1 min after pump is shut off)
DOHC = 36-39 (26 for at least 1 min after pump is shut off)
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