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rdx vs 440

yo TI I did a lot of research and am tired of reading articles from 2011 has any thing changed with RC 440 or are Rdx injectors still superior. I would be getting the clips and hats to run them correctly are any of you running Rdx 410's give me some feed back . I purchased a walbro 255 in tank as well. are there any down sides to the Rdx injectors it comes down to Rc 440 or Rdx 410
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I would recommend ID if you can afford them. I was on a little bit of a budget so I ended up going with Deatschwerks injectors which seem to get excellent reviews and it sounds like they have awesome customer support.
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I would recommend ID if you can afford them. I was on a little bit of a budget so I ended up going with Deatschwerks injectors which seem to get excellent reviews and it sounds like they have awesome customer support.
ID injectors are good but pricey I am just looking for a good idea on how good the RDX injectors are for the price I think they are a good deal. I had RC 440's in my crx back in the day and I was not impressed with them
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Are you tuning the car yourself or are you taking it somewhere to have tuned?
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Are you tuning the car yourself or are you taking it somewhere to have tuned?

The tune will come from dennis @ LDL speed shop one of the better tuners on the west coast. I will be using a p28 on hondata s300
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The tune will come from dennis @ LDL speed shop one of the better tuners on the west coast. I will be using a p28 on hondata s300
I would ask him if he has a preference/recommendation on injectors. A lot of those guys either prefer a certain injector because it idles and tunes better, have seen high problem rates with certain brands, etc.
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