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Fifth injector
« on: 15:22, Mon 02 November 2009 »
alright guys i found this on fle-bay

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Renault-5-GT-Turb ... 4a9bbaf501

just wondering (although it might sound dull) whats the advantage of having a fifth injector ??

nice one
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Re: Fifth injector
« Reply #1 on: 17:38, Mon 02 November 2009 »
Id imagine the advantage being able of running higher boost, giving you the extra injected fuel as required !  5 aint got 1 injector let alone a 5th lol i dont think you need a EFI or MFI type set up Looks cool though lol .

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Re: Fifth injector
« Reply #2 on: 18:52, Mon 02 November 2009 »
You keep the carb in standard tune and the injector activates after a set boost pressure.

Theres a fair bit of kit there if it goes for a cheap price.

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Re: Fifth injector
« Reply #3 on: 21:47, Mon 02 November 2009 »
so this wouldent be very good for a road car (daily drive) more track cars and so on??
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Re: Fifth injector
« Reply #4 on: 10:24, Sat 07 November 2009 »
Load of pony if you ask me it has what looks like a valver cold start injector bodged in to the back of the mainfold with an o.e over boost sensor used to activate it. Better off setting up the carb properly.

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Re: Fifth injector
« Reply #5 on: 22:14, Tue 10 November 2009 »
Its the MF2 system so it will use a map sensor to operate..