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Old 10-25-2012, 05:19 PM   #1
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What size injectors?

I am thinking about getting 30LB injectors, but only have a few simple Bolt ons as of right now, will it be worth the money to get injectors or wait until I do more with the car?
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i would say no unless you are doin a cam swap or blower install n the super near future...
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i would say no unless you are doin a cam swap or blower install n the super near future...
Thank you so best save my money and buy a mod that will make a difference lol
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Thank you so best save my money and buy a mod that will make a difference lol
Yes. Gears should be your next mod if you don't already have them.
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Yes. Gears should be your next mod if you don't already have them.
You read my mind, I'm getting 4.10 within a couple weeks. Only have a few bolt ons now BBK CAI, BBK 78mm TB, Catback SLP loudmouth and a few cosmetic stuff
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Yeah I would do all bolt ONS before I started on injectors and mods like that. 4.10s, long tune headers and etc
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Yeah I would do all bolt ONS before I started on injectors and mods like that. 4.10s, long tune headers and etc
Yeah my next mods are gonna be front&rear sway bars, catted o/r H pipe, gears 4.10, headers & a dyno
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Yeah my next mods are gonna be front&rear sway bars, catted o/r H pipe, gears 4.10, headers & a dyno
Off road h pipes aren't catted lol
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Off road h pipes aren't catted lol
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