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Hi, for starting sorry for my English I'm French so I'm excuse lol
My crv 2009 2.0 ivtec work now at ethanol it's OK but my duty cycle is over 80% at 5000rpm so I 'eed to upgrade my injector but what' s models need?I need plug and play thnx for your answer
 

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Okay, moving back to Gen 3 then! So, are you saying the stock ones are not designed for ethanol? Well, I live in Texas, in the US, where we cannot get fuel without ethanol, so I get it. Good luck on this request, and let us know what you learn.
 

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Hi, for starting sorry for my English I'm French so I'm excuse lol
My crv 2009 2.0 ivtec work now at ethanol it's OK but my duty cycle is over 80% at 5000rpm so I 'eed to upgrade my injector but what' s models need?I need plug and play thnx for your answer
I am assuming you are using a fuel with a high percentage of ethanol blend. Since ethanol has a lower BTU output than 100% gasoline, it requires an increased percentage of ethanol to make the same power. This is the reasoning for the requirement of increased flow from your injectors.
I don't know the spec of your European CRV 2.0l injectors. You will need to identify the type of injector used. As an example, Bosch makes an EV1, EV6 and EV14 style with Uscar or Jetronic/Minitimer connectors.
I believe you should seek out a specialist in Europe that can work with you to specify a injector with the flow rate required for the % of ethanol mixture you are using.
I apoligize for not being able to provide specifics to your question.
 
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