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only one thing i found was club na-t but that didnt really help me.. anybody have any better instructions.. dont know when search is gonna work on this damn forum
 

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You tie it into the black/orange (power) injector wires. You cut all six black/orange wires, and take the ECU side of those 6 wires and run them all to the white wire on the resistor. Then the 3 brown wires out the resistor go out to feed pairs the black/orange wires on the injector side.
 

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sense NA injectors are lower CC's i assume the reistor pack is not the same
 

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The resistor pack is only needed when you are using low impedance injectors. The stock injectors (and some 440cc, 525cc, etc) are high impedance and don't need the resistor.
 

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I suggest wiring in this pattern

1 & 4 together
2 & 5 together
3 & 6 together
 

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This is probably a stupid question, so forgive me... When running the 7m 440cc injectors in a 2jzge NA-T set-up do you need to wire up an MKIII resistor pack as described above?
 

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This is probably a stupid question, so forgive me... When running the 7m 440cc injectors in a 2jzge NA-T set-up do you need to wire up an MKIII resistor pack as described above?
yes. 7mgte are low imp. and they do come with resistor *mkiii = 7m*
 

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hmm, I thought 2jzgte injectors didn't fit our rails. now to think about it, I was certain that tt injectors is a side feed injectors and NA uses a top feed.
 

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yes... i just friggin figured that out.. sob. well that totally throws putting TT injectors in my na-t.. hella gay.. i just bought some too
 
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