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Hi, I have stainless steel braided injector leads on my 1971 TR6, I have noticed some weeping from the top of the No.5 lead connector at the banjo on the MU. Does anyone know where I can get a single replacement lead complete with connectors? Appreciate any advice Thanks
Anyone using the 6 with the Webcon Alpha+ or Pro5 Electronic Fuel Injection advise where to buy replacement injectors. The injectors in my PRO5 set-up are IW031 and may have a Webcon part number of WFI191. A google search wasn't very successful and even Webcon's own site doesn't list this injector. An option may be to have them refurbished. Any recommendations for this service? As always many thanks for all valuable info. TonyC
I have recently had to do some work on the injection on my TR6. This was due to a sticking one way valve in the banjo connection for cylinder 5. As part of this work I needed to remove the injectors from the throttle bodies so had remove the keep plates. I found it a bit of a fiddle to get the retaining bolt back in place especially when everything had go quite hot. Some time ago I remember seeing some hooked keep plates that allowed to removal of the injectors by loosening the bolt and rotating the plate by 90 degrees. Does anyone know if these are available anywhere? If not I may w
HI Chaps A while ago I had a nasty misfire which I ended up narrowing down to a dribbling injector (no. 3) After removing the injector which was from a new set when I bought the car, I took it apart to find the nylon pressure adjust nut was actually detached from the top of the screw that fits inside the valve spring. Obviously this caused the injector to be permanently open... I re-attached the nut and reset the pressure, fitted back into the car and she ran smooth and well again. Few hours of motoring later on various trips, and the problem returned - lose nylon pressure adju