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Old 02-19-2013, 08:51 PM   #1
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24lb fuel injectors

I am picking up a trick flow street burner top end kit. Already got a 70mm tb and a 75mm maf calibrated for 24's. Which brand of injectors will work best on the twisted wedge heads using the stock fuel rail?
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I would go 30s. I think 24s would break up with that setup.
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I would go 30s. I think 24s would break up with that setup.
+1 that was my prob on my first dyno tune. Had to bump up to 30lb injectors
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Never run your injectors at more than 80% duty cycle. That being said you MIGHT be able to get away with 24s but you can save yourself the hassle and get some 30s... wouldnt have to worry until you stroked or added
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I would go 30s also. That kit should put you in the 290-320whp range depending on other mods and i think you may max out the 24s before that point.
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I would go 30s also. That kit should put you in the 290-320whp range depending on other mods and i think you may max out the 24s before that point.
My 24s were maxing out at 4200rpms . 30s ran good into the 6800rpm range
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My 24s were maxing out at 4200rpms . 30s ran good into the 6800rpm range
That answers that question, only get 30# injectors if you want to rev above 4200 rpm lol
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That answers that question, only get 30# injectors if you want to rev above 4200 rpm lol
Lol as I found out the expensive way !
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My 24s were maxing out at 4200rpms . 30s ran good into the 6800rpm range
Thats how i knew he would probably need 30#s lol. I remember you saying before you maxed 24s out and your at about the same hp level he should be at.
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Thanks for all the info, can I get my maf re calibrated for 30lbs? I have a pro m I picked up some time ago.
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Thanks for all the info, can I get my maf re calibrated for 30lbs? I have a pro m I picked up some time ago.
Probably do a search for 'Pro M 30LB calibration tube'
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