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Old 05-05-2013, 05:51 PM   #1
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Cool 2007 v6 4.0 injector upgrade

Where is the best place to find new injectors that are bigger than stock that would be good to use without a turbo kit but with many other mods for better air/fuel ratios?
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Bigger injectors aren't going to give you a better AFR. That can be accomplished in the tune with the stock injectors.
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Will that increase the power output as well then without installing bigger injectors? Then what is the point of bigger injectors?
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Get more fuel
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Obviously, but if you don't supposedly need more fuel for more power like what was said above, then what's the need for bigger injectors if you can get the same results with a tune?
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You don't need bigger injectors because you don't have enough power that requires more fuel. So a tune will get you more power with stock injectors.
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So you only need bigger injectors if you add a turbo or spercharger to the stang? What other mods would require bigger injectors?
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Well if you're near stock hp then no need. But yes FI would require.
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Adding a turbo or supercharger is the only mod where you need bigger injectors - because the stock injectors can't add enough fuel for the added air you are forcing into the system. On a naturally aspirated car you don't need them because the stock injectors can keep up.
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Someone had told me that they mounted a front mount intercooler with one side closed off for more air mass n swapped injectors n made more power. There was no turbo installed.
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More air isn't gonna do anything through stock intake
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Someone had told me that they mounted a front mount intercooler with one side closed off for more air mass n swapped injectors n made more power. There was no turbo installed.
I'm sorry, but that doesn't make any sense -
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I'm sorry, but that doesn't make any sense -
+1 lol don't listen to that person.
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So would it if you upgraded your throttle body to the 70mm?
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So would it if you upgraded your throttle body to the 70mm?
If you have a tune it will adjust accordingly. No need to upgrade injectors for anything other than forced induction
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