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Old 05-16-2013, 10:44 AM   #1
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Fuel Injectors??

What kind should get? And what size? Just hit 150k and want to gain a little hp with injectors.
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What kind should get? And what size? Just hit 150k and want to gain a little hp with injectors.
Fuel injectors alone won't give you any horsepower increase. Given that you have 150K on them, the new might be a little more efficient. While bigger injectors can help make more power, you need to increase the motors ability to take in air in order to make more power. Unless you swap out the heads and cam, stock size injectors are all you need.

All you need are Bosch 19# which is a factory replacement which can be found at any parts store.
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Go to a mechanic and get them to use a three step fuel injection cleaner. You can see white smoke out the exhaust as it burns the junk clogging your system. It puts store fuel injector cleaner to shame. The results are worth every penny.
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Go to a mechanic and get them to use a three step fuel injection cleaner. You can see white smoke out the exhaust as it burns the junk clogging your system. It puts store fuel injector cleaner to shame. The results are worth every penny.
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Ok awesome I'll get the system cleaned. My buddy went to a shop and they ran a bbk cleaner threw the fuel system for $100. Thanks guys!
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Go to a mechanic and get them to use a three step fuel injection cleaner. You can see white smoke out the exhaust as it burns the junk clogging your system. It puts store fuel injector cleaner to shame. The results are worth every penny.
i use to work at a place that did three step systems....same stuff as seafoam
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i use to work at a place that did three step systems....same stuff as seafoam
How would I use that??
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How would I use that??
just let the brake booster vacuum line suck in the seafoam slowly...1/3 the bottle is all you need. the other 2/3 you can toss in the tank
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Ok cool I'll look into that. I appreciate the help, just looking to keep the ole Stang runnin camaros down lol
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