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Old 08-17-2012, 03:51 PM   #1
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Good fuel injectors?

Looking to replace my stock injectors on my 86 mustang GT. I have e-cam and new MAF sensor. What size and brand to get? Stock are 19lb?
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What lb injectors is your new mad rated for? You have to match so if you bought say 30lb injectors you'd have to get another mad calibrated to 30lb.

Size really depends on horsepower range. Where will you car be with HP when your done?

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I would just get factory replacement injectors. Unless you have good aluminium heads I wouldn't upgrade to 24s yet unless you plan on doing heads soon. The 19s are good to around 280 hp.
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What he said
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And what you said. I had forgot to mention the maf needing calibrated. So we will call that a team effort.
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Ha yeah okay.
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I've just now started messing around on my old high school car. 10 years ago I put an E-cam in and had to add MAF and computer to get that cam to run right. Just thought I would freshen up the injectors on it. Thought maybe 24lb would be okay but sounds like stock is the way to go. Not sure how much HP I'm pushing with those mods I did. I'm sure no more then 250 tops.
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You are good with the stock 19's then.
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yes 19s would be perfect. if you plan on upgrading your heads then go 24. but lke jay said your maf needs to match injector size. so if ou have 19s now and went to 24s you would either need a new maf of have it tuned for the bigger injectors.
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