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ID1000 VS stock CA18DET injector
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The ID1000 looks heaps smaller but neally flows 3x more. I sat down with the tuner guy and did the maths and he said the minimum injector I need to run E85 was 880cc so I just stepped up to the ID1000's. Plenty of room to move plus stock idle.

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Posted: 2016/5/12 2:07  Updated: 2016/5/12 2:07
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2002/10/28
From: under the Firmament LOL no twiglight effect BS
Posts: 10924
 Re: ID1000 VS stock CA18DET injector
wonder how Bundys went with this good looking e85 build
even these injectors save weight :)

XF vs ca18de stock Tb

also mafless system no airflow meter to get in the way

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Posted: 2016/5/15 7:26  Updated: 2016/5/15 7:56
Joined: 2001/5/3
From: 48 North
Posts: 31575
 Re: ID1000 VS stock CA18DET injector
Bundy was doing a CA18 swap, how did it turn out?

With MAF, there is no airflow meter restriction, but there is still a restriction from the MAF sensor, very small in some types of MAF (e.g. Bosch hotwire), but larger in other MAF. I worked on a Nissan GA18DE last week, and it had a fairly obstructive MAF (I'm guessing maybe half what a carby venturi would?) ... Theoretically by using an ECU that does speed-density calculations (like the early OEM ECUs) where no MAF and no MAS is needed, you can have 100% unrestricted intake, however most OEM intakes still used a venturi restriction for various reasons

Bundy was using a traditional throttle, so there is still a significant restriction from the throttle shaft. If you use a flat-side throttle like the A12 works engine there would be zero restriction at full throttle

Bundy did a lot to reduce airflow restriction:
* Remove MAF sensor
* Install larger Throttle Body
* used a throttle body with a much thinner throttle shaft