A custom configuration is possible to make it match up correctly.
You do need to be mindful of the grounding scheme of the AFR gauge as well.
Good gauges have two grounds; one for the heater circuit and the other for the sensor wire. The sensor ground needs to be ground on the MS3 - see diagram.
I will someday think of something clever to say.
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Decided to look at the manual - all good has both grounds also the sensor wire provides a linear 0-4 volts output. 0 volts out equals 10.0 Air/Fuel Ratio, 4 volts out equals 17.0 Air/Fuel Ratio. This will be easy to set up.
So I got some prices for new Bosch injectors from my mate Rick through his supplier. Bosch whites $65 and greens $70. I've read that whites should be ok to 500hp. Rick tells me they a supercharged v6 Holden injector. What do we reckon?
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in one of my threads you'll see logs showing the whites struggle on my engine - duty cycle into the 90's. I don't know what my engine power is though. They were OK before supercharging.
You can have my old set of 8 for a few hundred if you like. They were reconditioned/flow tested within 2% when I bought them a year or so ago.
Having said that - if you're going to buy new, I would personally pay the extra $40 to go green (AKA Green Giants) for the extra headroom.
They aren't big enough to cause idle issues.
An alternative is the Ford Racing bosch EV14 47lb injectors off the coyote motor. It what I am going to use for the supercharger. You can get a genuine brand new set for around $360 aud delivered.
Ford racing has all the flow rates, slopes, etc also, so easy to input into your ecu. www.ebay.com.au/itm/310970645144
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