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Christ, If thats the case then I'd not go back to that mechanic!
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so if i fitted 400 sdi injectors to my 2002 mg zs 99bhp td, i would gain alot more power??
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yep take you to 125bhp ish
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will the sdi injectors fit and make a decent increase in performance on a streetwise td?
iv got the 101ps with just a pipercross panel filter on it any ideas on bhp increase?

any help with the streetwise is much apreciated.
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In short, yes.
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and in long? haha

any ideas on increase?
and is it a big job?
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In long...You'l get about 15-25 horses, a couple of rashers of torque, and a black pudding out your tailpipe.
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sounds like just the ticket
any ideas on price or if its a big job?

cheers for the info buddy
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It's not a big job, takes me about an hour though ive an injector puller which makes it fairly easy.

As for price, you can pay all sorts really, 50 seems to be the usual sort of figure :P
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It's not a big job, takes me about an hour though ive an injector puller which makes it fairly easy.

As for price, you can pay all sorts really, 50 seems to be the usual sort of figure :P
an hour, just how many cups of tea did you have when changing injectors lol

not a hard or long job to do, i can supply and fit injectors, setup boost and remap your car for a gd price
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No cups of tea, but I've got a dot matrix printer for the invoices


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an hour, just how many cups of tea did you have when changing injectors lol

not a hard or long job to do, i can supply and fit injectors, setup boost and remap your car for a gd price
now thats the deal for a guy like me hahaha
what kinda figures we looking at horse power and pounds cash? haha
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now thats the deal for a guy like me hahaha
what kinda figures we looking at horse power and pounds cash? haha
Re-mapped with SDi's, you're looking 150bhp+ and around 250ftlb or torque.

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any other recommented mods to be done before remap on a small budget hahaha?
and any ideas on costing?

thanks for the golden advice lads.
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I would do a DIY decat and make sure the boost is around 18psi.

For the decat, you might need some new nuts and bolts as the old nuts and studs could need to be ground off if really seized on or you round the nuts off. New gaskets maybe too, but I've cleaned them up in the past and reused them, with a smear of exhaust paste. So a cheap grinder might be needed.

To measure the boost, I choose 3rd of 4th gear and keep the foot to the floor from around 2000rpm to 4000rpm. A cheap diagnostic machine might be able to read the boost or MAP reading, but it would need to be portable of course. Or you could use a (cheap) multimeter and Rover Ron's guide to measuring boost from the MAP sensor, on his website.
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or you round the nuts off. So a cheap grinder might be needed.
I've twisted my nuts before, never needed a angle grinder tho. A trip to hospital solved my problem.

Oh bugger, you're talking about the exhaust aren't you???!!!!

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top advice lads iv got new bolts nuts washers and gaskets im a bit cautious about gutting the cat as im looking to keep all the bits to turn it back to standard if needed
anyone got a decat??
and how bad is the sound?
well it sounds like im going to have an interesting wekend if im gutting cats and grinding nuts hahaha
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top advice lads iv got new bolts nuts washers and gaskets im a bit cautious about gutting the cat as im looking to keep all the bits to turn it back to standard if needed
anyone got a decat??
and how bad is the sound?
well it sounds like im going to have an interesting wekend if im gutting cats and grinding nuts hahaha
The decat makes a great sound IMO, combine it with a large cone filter and it's very "wooshy"
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Hey guys, i'm new to the forum, it's a good source for info; love it. Was gona buy a new maf, bit becausE of this source of info I'll be buying a mafam!


Question: do the Sdi injectors need to be programed in, or is it a straight forward job?

I phoned a td mechanic near me lookin injectors, but he was askin for part numbers for the injectors some are different than others, then he mentioned Bosch or some other brand.

He also asked why I would b puttin in a lower pressure injector and that te spray pattern would be differentz.

Any help with injector numbers or details would b very much appreciated so I can buy sone of these badboys.

P.s this guy works on diesels only and he stocksnew and 2nd hand injectors and pumps
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