I'll waste my money on whatever I want what's the average duty cycle on an injector? The whole problem with the setup as I want it is the fuel management, so obviously its existence is in question. And finally, why waste the money on my vehicle; because I plan on getting a better-suited platform after I get out of college and can afford one, so I just take it off my car, put it on the new car. That way I can go ahead and have everything I need for the setup on my new car.
And why are you talking about the injectors being strained? Your relying on them in a conventional dry setup, same as with dry DP. And contrary to what is apparently common belief, it's not like you have to run massive horsepower on a DP setup (I'd be shooting for about 50 hp). The reason? Peace of mind that each cylinder is getting the same amount of n2o, and when people see a DP setup, it's cool (by this point I think I'm just going conventional dry b/c of the tight quarters around my IM, so I'm just defending my position)
he is saying your doing alot of work for a sub-par setup. you're doing the work required to make alot of power and you're gonna waste it on an inefficient dry setup and it's on a virtually stock accord.I was talking about duty cycle on stock tune for 96 Accord
It is a lot of work to remove the IM, but it's the same amount for wet and dry DP setups, so not sure about that statement.
Yes, there are jets small enough, I've checked (the size would be .017 per cylinder with the bottle pressure at 1000 psi)
To plug the holes, I could have four aluminum bung blanks (pn: 72555) welded in to plug the holes, or I could replace the IM for about 60-80 bucks
umm not really.6- I'll get my butt handed to me with the tires and suspension too, more than likely. This isn't about being able to say what my hp is, it for if I'm neck and neck with someone, I'll be able to give myself a little bit of a boost to give me the lead. I don't plan on actually doing the DP setup now, I can't put as much power as I want through it, and I don't want to put a lot of money into suspension and engine internals on a car that I plan on getting rid of after college.