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Old 12-17-2012, 01:31 PM   #1
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Injectors and pump?

I will be I staking a novi 1000 supercharger. What size injectors and pump should I get. I also may be putting heads on it soon as well. Would 24# get the job done?
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It all depends what horsepower level you would be at. Any guesses? Depends on heads too, if you get Gt40 that will make much less power than an AFR head.
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Prob not gt40

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No clue on horsepower. It's stock with a mold cam and exhaust.
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If you use the stock heads and intake and stay under 250-275 rwhp the 24lb injectors would be fine. If you add aluminum heads, intake and turn up the boost so your in the range of say 300-400 rwhp, I'd jump to 42 lb injectors. That's just me though and I do t like to strain my injectors.
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If you use the stock heads and intake and stay under 250-275 rwhp the 24lb injectors would be fine. If you add aluminum heads, intake and turn up the boost so your in the range of say 300-400 rwhp, I'd jump to 42 lb injectors. That's just me though and I do t like to strain my injectors.
You should never run your injectors at more than 80% duty cycle
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RC Fuel Injection

Found this in the stickies, hope it helps!
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