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Old 03-15-2012, 11:21 PM   #1
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Anyone tell me if getting 24lb injectors will do any good vs stock? Stocks are 24 as well right? I have been thinking about the venom 24lbs and just really haven't had anyone or read that they really do much for gains. Thanks fellas (and gals) you guys really do help with information
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Anyone tell me if getting 24lb injectors will do any good vs stock? Stocks are 24 as well right? I have been thinking about the venom 24lbs and just really haven't had anyone or read that they really do much for gains. Thanks fellas (and gals) you guys really do help with information
Stock for your car should be 19lbs, 24s would be too much for a stock setups. You would also have to get your car tuned for them to not flood your car out.
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Re: Injectors

There is Always a little more to doing "stuff" than most people realize. There is always more charges. Take the time and research all the details. Ex. Changing the CAMS, people think that all they do is buy the Cam Shafts and some Mechanic just puts them in and that's all. No, that is far from "ALL", there is tons of other stuff to be changed and added, and that's not even into the Labor cost yet.
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Ok, how much do tunes run for typically?
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I'll let some others "chime " in with more details, but your looking at: if you buy the Tuner yourself, cost of Tuner. If your ordering/letting a shop do it, cost of Tuner$ and charge for Installing$ Tuner and possibly charge for "Dyno" run, those should be less than $500, usually need two.
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Re: Injectors

changing injectors on a basically stock gt is pointless and a waste of money
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Re: Injectors

You only really need to upgrade your injectors when the engine is trying to suck in more air than the stock injectors can keep up with to maintain a stoichiometric ratio or as close to it as possible. Typically, upgraded injectors come when you have a turbo or supercharger. At that point, you have much more air and need more fuel. Also, when you have more air and more fuel, you're definately going to need more spark. Upgraded plugs and an ignition system will be required to be able to burn off all that air and fuel.
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