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Unlike an electronic fuel injector, the CIS injectors do not use an electronic signal to open... they use pressure. Once line pressure hits a certain value, the injector opens. Based on this fact, even if you could get a bigger injector, the results would not be really any different.
Electronic injectors use timing (in Ms) to adjust the amount of fuel injected, as well as size (measured in cc's, or Lbs) and fuel pressure.

On a CIS car, the only measurement you can play with is fuel pressure... which is why the B/L warm up regulator is sought after, because you can adjust control and working pressures..

For CIS, the best you can do is get yourself a set of matched injectors, that are very close to each other, and clean ones that have a perfect spray pattern....
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