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Old Dec 13, 2017, 12:48 PM   #1
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ID 1000 or 1050X FOR STOCK ECU

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Can anyone advise which would work the best on a stock evo 7 ecu using ecuflash.


I am getting the ID1050X injectors however someone told me to get the older style ID1000 instead because it is better suited. That the 1050 scaling is still new for the stock ecu and the trims will take a little longer to settle.


Kindly advise which would work best for my application.
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if you have a capable tuner do 1050x

They will handle any fuel throwm at it. Also more corrosive resistance. However if tuning yourself there is more info on id1000.
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I believe the ID 1000 are just as corrosion resistant as the ID 1050X. All ID injectors except the ID 2000 are built to handle any type of fuel.
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