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Project RSX Part VI: 440cc RC Injector Upgrade

Ricky Chu
Jul 21, 2006

Since we left it up to Elton Lo at Raceline Development to decide the fate of Nadsy's car, we had to take his advice when he told us to get bigger injectors. We wouldn't want the freshly built 2,150cc motor to run lean and go boom. That'd be a definite no-no. Even tuned properly on the Hondata unit, the stock 310cc injectors still might not provide enough fuel for the higher compression bottom end setup. Dropping in a set of 440ccs from RC Engineering should supply plenty of petrol to keep the K20 running properly. Of course, the ECU needs to be tuned afterwards to compensate for the injectors. Elton shows us how quick and easy the upgrade is.

For more photos and the complete installation process, pick up the August 2006 issue of Super Street Magazine, on newsstands now!.

By Ricky Chu
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