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PostPosted: 28 Jul 2006 12:12 
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Bah who needs low idle anyway. I'll just keep it at a nice steady 1200rpm.

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PostPosted: 30 Jul 2006 17:05 
Cameron wrote:
Yeah i didnt think 2G injectors would fit on a 1G

There was someone on here talking about some 365cc injectors out of a 4G93 NA, might be worth looking into

I assume you guys have found out 92-95 GSR injectors are the same size as the 96-00, ie both 395cc :D


the 4g93 na also uses 240cc injectors, same as the gen1


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PostPosted: 17 Aug 2006 23:44 
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Bart wrote:
I take back, G2 injectors won't fit a G1 :(

There must be a 1G mitsi that has injectors bigger than a 4G92 Mivec and smaller than a GSR Turbo...
Is it because they won't physically fit or they're the wrong type (saturated vs peak/hold) or something else?


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PostPosted: 19 Aug 2006 01:37 
Guess you could try using the 6A12TT injectors from the Eterna - 275cc. Also the H22A ones are 275 cc. These are minimum we use for our 1.8 mivec set-ups. MIght not be sufficient for the turbo though...or you could mate the 4AGE AE111 injectors (290cc) ?


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You can get them to idle ok with 390cc injectors and since these are very easy to get from people with GSRs upgrading to EVO injectors, I don't know why you'd bother trying to find something else. They typically go for $100-$120 a set, ($180 a set if they been cleaned/tested)

The lumpy cams are more the cause preventing a 'low' idle. After many hours playing around with timing and fuel, it now idles at 1100rpm which is fine and doesn't sound nearly as high with lumpy cams as it would with stock ones. I honestly don't think the JUN cames will idle at anything less because vaccume just drops off dramatically below that.

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PostPosted: 20 Aug 2006 02:39 
i had the same problem with 750cc injectors are you using a wideband to tune them? i idle at 800 - 1000 rpm what i find is i need to richen up a few zones where it idles to about 12.5AFR or so and it idles fine.hey mitsu power maybe you would like to see one in person we are building a 1600 gen 2 turbo as well nearly completed.


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You have 750cc injectors on a 1.6? :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: 20 Aug 2006 12:10 
I think Gen 2 and Gen 1 are the same, except the injector plug is different. Coz Gen 2 is oval shape and Gen 1 is square. You just hv to change them around.


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Excellent, that won't a be a hard problem to get around!


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PostPosted: 21 Aug 2006 11:38 
Bart wrote:
You have 750cc injectors on a 1.6? :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

1800 mivec turbo.......sorry but hey it still idles fine


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 Post subject: Re: Turbo mivec plan
PostPosted: 06 Aug 2007 06:45 
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Mitsu_Power wrote:

you are playing with fire intending on using the standard rods, they cant handle much more than 6-7psi on a good tune. Due to running low boost on such a high revving car you'll want a bigger wastegate than that to bleed off the excess exaust gas, otherwiseyou'll get boost spikes or just general over boosting. Also i think your turbo is a bit on the small side but im not the expert on that my flatmate is ill ask him


Hey Guys is this true...Will the stock mivec rod let got at 10psi?
I've heard stories of stock mivec rods taking up to 18psi..is this a mith..also heard they were stronger than gsr ones and i know gsr's personally thna ran up to 15psi.


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def not 15 psi, pretty sure not safe on 10 psi 5-6 ok. All the talk I've ever heard about this was that 5-6 psi was the safe area. Stands to reason that the high revving mivec rods are required to be lighter weight, i.e not as strong, because we know that mitsubishi hasn't made them out of titanum stock.


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A little bit off target but i have confirmed that Gen1 and Gen2 injectors are waaaay different, huge difference in length etc, pretty much the whole injector is different

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PostPosted: 08 Aug 2007 02:06 
there is a few mivecs running around with big boost...

I know for a fact if you decompress the engine, using pistons or some such u can run 15psi with a big turbo all day long with no problems..


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boostdummy wrote:
using pistons or some such


The "some such" probably being stronger rods etc


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