(Actually since my last post I have stopped smoking (hurrah) combine this with an avalanche of bad karma, generally being wound up at home and it should make for a post of random ranting.)
With so much going on with the car in general, my current part of this adventure seems to be currently orbiting around injectors.
As with everything it is always a good idea to 'keep it simple' and keep your hand away from the confusion button. However as with everything one decision affects another, information that would probably saved a lot of pain is not forthcoming and a cock up ensues!
So this is the way of the injectors. Starting out it would have been the original intention to fit a Greddy style inlet plenum, a fuel rail and injectors were sourced to suit this set up. However the plan soon evolved and a Plazmaman inlet was sourced, making the fuel rail useless as it is designed to fit a Greddy and not a Standard inlet.
Having sourced top feed injectors I really didn't want the hassle or expense of buying side feeds, so in an inspired moment decided to go with a Plazmaman fuel rail (may as well have the complete Plazmaman set up then). Alas I was not home and dry yet, you could say I wasn't even vigorously towelling myself down, as although the Plazmaman fuel rail fits the RB25 inlet fine, the injectors it takes are 14mm and naturally the ones I have are 11mm (Apparently Japanese sizes are 11mm).
Perhaps here would have been the perfect point to get side feed injectors after all and just write off the original injectors as a bad idea... But wheres the fun in that?
So logic dictates that there must have been others faced with this problem and to the internet I went. Turned up an 11mm to 14mm adaptor from Speedflow.
- Aeroflow Fuel Injector Insert Adapters.
- Made from 6061 T-6 Aluminium.
- These handy little insert adapters allow you to use 11mm o-ring injectors in your 14mm o-ring fuel rails.
- Simply fit these over you injector and then fit them into your rail.
- Aeroflow Part No: AF889.
I sourced these from Flow Fittings Direct in NSW Australia. As time is super short on the project now I had to pay extra for expedited despatch (like twice the cost of parts!) and am now waiting with baited breath to see if one, they turn up on time and two, if they are actually any good (I just live for the excitement).
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