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Old 11-27-2013, 03:29 AM   #1
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Will these injectors fit in my 2004 mustang gt?

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As long as they are ev1 compatible or if they are ev6 and u have ev6 connectors......y would u need 30# injectors for anyways?
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Old 11-27-2013, 09:52 AM   #3
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The injectors shown in the link are EV6 body style with Jetronic/Minitimer connectors¹. They are also also rather ratty looking and will at a minimum need new O-rings. They may also need cleaning which can cost $15 to $20 (or more) per injector--'twas me I'd walk away and buy a new set.

Are you planning to move toward forced induction? I ask because 30 lb/h injectors are way to big for any but the wildest 2V n/a build (heads, cams, etc.)

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¹ - It is a common misconception that the EV1 and EV6 designations define the connector type in addition to the body style--this is not so, they are only the body style types. Connector types are the Jetronic/Minitimer as used on the New-Edge GTs, and the USCAR type connector used on some Cobra models.



Most, but not all, EV1 body style injectors have the Jetronic connector; EV6 injectors are commonly available with either type connector.
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Looks like they are ev1 compatible, but if you want 30's, go to your local junk yard and look for any 95-96 ford explorers with the 4.0 V6. Obviously you'll need to find two of them to get all 8. I did that and saved me a ton of cash. Dropped em in my pockets and walked out.....lol

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The injectors shown in the link are EV6 body style with Jetronic/Minitimer connectors¹. They are also also rather ratty looking and will at a minimum need new O-rings. They may also need cleaning which can cost $15 to $20 (or more) per injector--'twas me I'd walk away and buy a new set.

Are you planning to move toward forced induction? I ask because 30 lb/h injectors are way to big for any but the wildest 2V n/a build (heads, cams, etc.)

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¹ - It is a common misconception that the EV1 and EV6 designations define the connector type in addition to the body style--this is not so, they are only the body style types. Connector types are the Jetronic/Minitimer as used on the New-Edge GTs, and the USCAR type connector used on some Cobra models.

Most, but not all, EV1 body style injectors have the Jetronic connector; EV6 injectors are commonly available with either type connector.
This is good info!
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I will be running 75 shot on nitrous was told to switch to a 310 LPH fuel pump and 30 pound injectors. Or am I wrong? 24 injectors big enough?
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I will be running 75 shot on nitrous was told to switch to a 310 LPH fuel pump and 30 pound injectors. Or am I wrong? 24 injectors big enough?
For a 75 shot? You should be fine with what you've got
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I will be running 75 shot on nitrous was told to switch to a 310 LPH fuel pump and 30 pound injectors. Or am I wrong? 24 injectors big enough?
I know nothing about nitrous injection, never used it and have never had any desire to use it...
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Old 11-29-2013, 05:50 PM   #8
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I know nothing about nitrous injection, never used it and have never had any desire to use it...
I said the same. I say it's kinda cheating or used to. It is but you gotta do watch ya gotta do...
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I said the same. I say it's kinda cheating or used to. It is but you gotta do watch ya gotta do...
How is it cheating? You don't tell a person with a supercharger that they're cheating do you?
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The stock 19's were pushing the limts so Ford moved to 21's in mid 01' I believe. 24's would require a tune, but if your using a bottle,you should get a tune anyways. Even on a small dosage. 30's I think would be alittle too much, unless you wanted a 150-200 shot. But that would be no bueno on a stock bottom end anyways.....lol

And I ran a 75 shot with 24's for a while.
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The stock 19's were pushing the limts so Ford moved to 21's in mid 01' I believe. 24's would require a tune, but if your using a bottle,you should get a tune anyways. Even on a small dosage. 30's I think would be alittle too much, unless you wanted a 150-200 shot. But that would be no bueno on a stock bottom end anyways.....lol And I ran a 75 shot with 24's for a while.
is a fuel pump upgrade necessary too?
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Well with 24's, alone, you might get away without it (i didnt upgrade mine. But keep in mind i did it briefly, like maybe a half dozen passes with a 75 shot before one of my solenoids busted, and i haven't ran it sense). However when on the bottle or if you do want to upgrade in the future, a 190- 255 lph should get the job done. I'm running a 255 in my Fox with a Vortech, and its enough for me for now. The best thing to do, is ask other people who use a bottle what there setup is. They'll tell you what absolutely works.
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Depends if there high independence or low independence injectors ... I forgot witch ones our car uses
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How is it cheating? You don't tell a person with a supercharger that they're cheating do you?
Supercharges, turbos, Prochargers aren't cheating it's just nitrous idk it's way different than everything else plus when you run out your screwed it's not reliable.
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Supercharges, turbos, Prochargers aren't cheating it's just nitrous idk it's way different than everything else plus when you run out your screwed it's not reliable.
if anything nitrous is less cheating because you have to wait for it to warmup and it's not on all the time
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Nitrious is very reliable ... Idiots with nitrious = blown motor
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What I think I'm trying to say it's just the cheap way of going fast. When I could spend 2k to like 9k for a superchargers or twin turbos and Prochargers and then notorious kit is for like 500$
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What I think I'm trying to say it's just the cheap way of going fast. When I could spend 2k to like 9k for a superchargers or twin turbos and Prochargers and then notorious kit is for like 500$
Exactly the reason people like it. Do you not like bang for your buck mods? Well it doesn't get any more bang for your buck than spray
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Exactly the reason people like it. Do you not like bang for your buck mods? Well it doesn't get any more bang for your buck than spray
And thats exactly why I just got a kit.
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