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Early E28 injectors 2-3 ohms, later 14.5-17.5 ohms (archive)

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Posted by Dave R. 91 35i, 71 02 on October 01, 2001 at 16:01:38:

In Reply to: Re: injectors, someone with a Bentley's . . . posted by . . . please verify on September 30, 2001 at 22:12:40:

Although same impedance as M30 they have different part number.

My reference to "early" m20 is for the e28 528e built prior to March 1987. I don't have an e34 Bentley's to verify but I think the later m20 might use the higher impedence injectors, anyone? If that's the case, then you wouldn't need to modify the ECU.


Thanks guys that is what I am talking about, now with that infoo at hand you stated that the early m20 engine will not accept these injectors because of the impedance,so none of these will work in my 1990 525i the engine is modified with larger pistons and more degreed cam and the block is from a 528 that has the longer stroke it was built by rick hannerhause in california great engine very strong and quick have suprised alot of cars of all types, k&n filter, lowered with bav auto spring and bilstiens hd shock that never bottom out, racing dynamics exhaust, 16 inch bbs rk's a dinnan chip bav auto 8mm wires and platinum plus 4 plugs, ajay cross drilled rotors and the green stuff brake pads that do not squel or dust so what injectors can I use or what mods have to be done to the ecu

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