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Originally Posted by IMONBOOST View Post
The injector thing kept me thinking so I stopped procrastinating and did the flow test immediately after work. The results are pretty good.

The test consisted of:
1. Connecting a Battery Charger
2. Setting injectors in equal bottles
3. Remove Fuel Pump relay
4. Short the fuel pump
5. Open meter plate to the max (WOT) for 30 seconds
7. Remove fuel pump short

And the results:

... were at pretty much the same, 170ml to 173ml.

One was at 163ml, but I have a theory on this one which I will have to prove tomorrow by sealing the bottles. This particular bottle got very cold and it was the only bottle that had to be with a high degree of inclination due to space limitations. I am pretty sure that due to the angle, the fuel was allowed to leave as particles on the air due to the atomizing.

I saw that Thierry had his bottles sealed, this may be one of the reasons.

Great job ! This is the best way to make sure you have correct fuelling !

I am just pretty surprised by the value itself .... you said 170 ml / 30 sec ! ?

This is pretty low ... Did you convert weight to ml ?
965 C2T / 1991 3.3 TURBO
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