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Microtech sequential fired injectors?

Old 10-25-06, 09:29 AM
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sequential fired injectors?

Can someone tell me if there would be any benefit to switching to sequential fired injectors or should I keep it set on group fire? Also can someone explain sequential fired injectors for me?

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Sequential injection is supposed to fire during the intake "stroke". The benefit is better atomization of the fuel so a little better throttle response, and a power and mileage improvement. There is some debate as to whether this is beneficial or even necessary on a rotary.
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