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Old 4th December 2009, 03:45   #1
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S62 Fuel Injector Nozzle

I wrote this drawing. Please use for something.



This is actual nozzle. Injector resistor 12.5 Ohm




Thank you.

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This is a delightful piece of senselessness! I love it. Thanks.

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I wrote this drawing. Please use for something.



This is actual nozzle. Injector resistor 12.5 Ohm




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Nice drawing!

... but why?

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Nice drawing!

... but why?

Tom
Yes,

Reason 1
For example in case of Japanese car some owners want to replace different(bigger size) injector nozzle.
but I don't know BMW owners want to......

Reason 2
I couldn't find drawing or data about S62 injector nozzles.

Reason 3
I confirmed injector ohm high register or low register because I have modification plan for S62 DME.
and incidentally I checked original injector dimension.

And finally
For every E39 M5 owners.
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Hehe the true gearheads will love this. Honestly, im thinking about printing it up and putting it on my tool box at work! If thats okay with you! It would be awesome if someone did a sketch like this of the S62's internals + block!
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... but why?

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Why NOT?

Injector Porn is always appreciated
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