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Old 04-07-2013, 05:10 AM   #1
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I have a 1990 gt with the gt40x crate engine. I have 30lb injectors and a MAF set up for them. I was reading around and saw that they might be hurting my performance. Is this true? I have an sct set up for them as well. If the injectors are too big would it help to turn down the pressure? Thanks in advance.
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I have a 1990 gt with the gt40x crate engine. I have 30lb injectors and a MAF set up for them. I was reading around and saw that they might be hurting my performance. Is this true? I have an sct set up for them as well. If the injectors are too big would it help to turn down the pressure? Thanks in advance.
30lb injectors shouldn't hurt performance as long as you have everything calibrated, which it seems like you do.
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30lb injectors shouldn't hurt performance as long as you have everything calibrated, which it seems like you do.
Thanks! Any suggestions fo the pressure and timing?
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Thanks! Any suggestions fo the pressure and timing?
You would need to have a dyno tune for the best pressure and timing. For now though around 14* advance would wake it up some.
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Awesome! Thanks again!
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