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Re: 2 Cyl. Nitrous

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Posted by ih560 on August 20, 2008 at 12:04:28 from (

In Reply to: 2 Cyl. Nitrous posted by ChadS on August 19, 2008 at 18:10:08:

ChadS said: (quoted from post at 18:10:08 08/19/08) If rules are not nessisary, why not inject it separately? Drill a couple holes placed in the manifold, get ya some ford fuel injectors, run a pump and a toggle switch, use an adjustable regulator and set it on the dyno, and a toggle switch to control it. By pass the carb completely, maybe a shutoff of the carbs main jet somehow so it will switch over when the injectors are on. I do it just to inject methanol, what somebody else puts in it is up to them. True meaning of the phrase "All Fuel" right?

You can't just hook standard fuel injectors up to a toggle switch and turn them on. First of all , they just don't have the duty cycle for it, they will overheat and stick open permanently, also with them being open all the time it would no longer spray it would just dribble. Secondly, you need to develop some type of injector driver using Pulse Width Modulation, that varies how long the injectors are open to regulate that amount of fuel that is dispensed. You "could" develop a system using ford fuel injectors to inject fuel but I would not reccomend it for anything other than gasoline unless they are E85 injectors. Even then if you are only using 2 You are going to have to have 60lbs injectors or even bigger to get enough fuel with the amount of displacement that these big 2 and 4 cylinders have and the largest stock injectors used by FORD were 42lb injectors which where in a lightning.

So it is possible but it would be quite more complicated that just putting two injectors in the intake and hooking them to a toggle switch.


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