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ZX-14 injectors on a ZX-10

I'm gonna try switching to E85 and if i need bigger injectors i'd like to try the 14's. If they are bigger or even will plug in. Has anyone tried or seen if they will work with the 10's rails and plug-ins? Thanks.

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Damn i just looked up the part #'s and there the same for both bikes. There goes that idea.

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e85 will kill a fuel system not designed to run on strait alcohol, methanol or ethanol. the e85 cars and trucks have special o-rings, gaskets, fuel lines and injectors to handle the extra abuse e85 brings with it. plus it takes more e85 to move the same distance so your mpg will fall and you will aways be on the gas station hunting mode.
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All you had to do is increase fuel pressure by 12 - 14 psi..

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e85 will kill a fuel system not designed to run on strait alcohol, methanol or ethanol. the e85 cars and trucks have special o-rings, gaskets, fuel lines and injectors to handle the extra abuse e85 brings with it. plus it takes more e85 to move the same distance so your mpg will fall and you will aways be on the gas station hunting mode.
E85 has its performance benefits. I will dyno it on the 110 tune and the E85 tune after the conversion.

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