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Old 06-28-2010, 07:50 PM
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Default id1000 injectors need spacers?

i bought some id1000's and didn't get spacers with them. friend of mine has some and he got spacers with them. Do i need them? call T1 and just get them from those guys i guess?

the car my id1000's came off of had a aftermarket fuel rail on it. my car has the stock fuel rail still if it makes any difference

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I used a few washers and it worked out great.
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Yeah, with my ID2000s, all it is, is a some zinc washers that you can pick up at a hardware store. In my case, I just received 1 per fuel rail mounting post.
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yes, pick up (3) 8mm washers.
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Originally Posted by JuicedS2K,Jun 28 2010, 09:03 PM
yes, pick up (3) 8mm washers.
8mm thick? for clarification


i have my rc spacers. wonder if those will work?
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8mm i.d., normal thickness, .060" or so. One per fuel rail standoff.
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Originally Posted by tony1,Jun 28 2010, 10:14 PM
8mm i.d., normal thickness, .060" or so. One per fuel rail standoff.
correct, 1 per stud (3 studs)
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Originally Posted by tony1,Jun 28 2010, 10:14 PM
8mm i.d., normal thickness, .060" or so. One per fuel rail standoff.
Thanks tony. i hoped you'd chime in
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my ID 1000's came with 3 little washers that i put on over the rail mounting studs before the rail. i just left the factory manifold grommets in and put the injectors ontop. no mods needed. the id s2000 kit came with the injectors, pigtails to be assembled, and 3 washers. thats all you need.

*dont know if its diff for AP1/AP2
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yep just 3 8mm washers
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