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Old 02-02-2002, 12:08 PM   #1
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Fuel injector identification help???

Can you identify these injectors I found on ebay: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/aw-cg...409641&r=0&t=0

The seller says they are 22 pound Ford/Bosch injectors and that they will fit GM cars. The numbers on them, according to the seller, are Bosch/Ford Racing #0 280 150 561, FOTE D9B. Can you tell me if these are in fact 22 pound injectors and if they will fit on an 1989 L98 TPI 350ci Camaro? Will they fit into the fuel rails and manifold without vaccum or fuel leaks? Will they protrude into the manifold the correct depth and provide an optimum fuel spray and atomization. Are they pittle or ball and seat type? Are they better than the injectors that came in my 1989 Iroc L98, I believe I have Multec injectors stock? Will they be too long since they are Ford injectors to be able to correctly reinstall the fuel rail and can the retainer clips be reinstalled. Does the picture shown in the link match the injector specifications given...they look to be purple or pink tops.

I also email Rich at crusinperformance and he said: I don't have any flow data on that particular part number so I can't tell you if they really are 22lb/hr or not. That is definitely a Bosch part number but I have never flow tested any with that color top. You could ask the seller what the original Ford application was and if they are guaranteed to flow as advertised.
As far as them fitting a TPI, many people have used that style injector with success. They aren't exactly the same as original injectors but they will fit on a TPI engine.

And of course I emailed the seller and he has not gotton beack to me yet.
Thanks for all you help!!!!

P.S. If you know what they are and if they are a good deal...please dont steal them from me....

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Old 02-02-2002, 06:17 PM   #2
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Old 02-02-2002, 06:23 PM   #3
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Here is a pic if ebay dont work.....sorry dial up guys

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Re: Fuel injector identification help???

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[b]And of course I emailed the seller and he has not replied back to me yet.[b]
That should be more than enough motivation to not bid on this auction. When you can get a complete set of Ford SVO 24lb injectors for $200, why spend $140 on injectors that you can't identify?
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Can you identify these injectors I found on ebay: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/aw-cg...409641&r=0&t=0

The seller says they are 22 pound Ford/Bosch injectors and that they will fit GM cars. The numbers on them, according to the seller, are Bosch/Ford Racing #0 280 150 561, FOTE D9B. Can you tell me if these are in fact 22 pound injectors and if they will fit on an 1989 L98 TPI 350ci Camaro? Will they fit into the fuel rails and manifold without vaccum or fuel leaks? Will they protrude into the manifold the correct depth and provide an optimum fuel spray and atomization. Are they pittle or ball and seat type? Are they better than the injectors that came in my 1989 Iroc L98, I believe I have Multec injectors stock? Will they be too long since they are Ford injectors to be able to correctly reinstall the fuel rail and can the retainer clips be reinstalled. Does the picture shown in the link match the injector specifications given...they look to be purple or pink tops.

I also email Rich at crusinperformance and he said: I don't have any flow data on that particular part number so I can't tell you if they really are 22lb/hr or not. That is definitely a Bosch part number but I have never flow tested any with that color top. You could ask the seller what the original Ford application was and if they are guaranteed to flow as advertised.
As far as them fitting a TPI, many people have used that style injector with success. They aren't exactly the same as original injectors but they will fit on a TPI engine.

And of course I emailed the seller and he has not gotton beack to me yet.
Thanks for all you help!!!!

P.S. If you know what they are and if they are a good deal...please dont steal them from me....
Here's two links to pages with injector cross reference numbers.

http://members.shaw.ca/s15/Fuel%20Injector%20List.htm

http://iroc.fbody.com/injectors.html
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