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Old 04-15-2016, 04:44 PM   #1
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Injectors too big?

Whats up guys. I have a 2014 5.0, ARH headers, pypes offroad x-pipe, flowmaster outlaws, airaid CAI, Boss 302R manifold. i just recently got some 58lb/hr Bosch injectors and a zex dry nitrous kit. will these injectors be overkill or will i still be able to run them? any ideas?
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Where did you get them? Are they used? Stock ones out of a zr1?


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Dry shot. Spray b4 maf sensor 75 and below and your good to go on stock inj on 93


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my brother in law was running them on his whippled s550 for like 500 miles before whipple updated there tune and he went 72lb/hr
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before maf???
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will the maf adjust fast enough to not go lean for a that short period of time that it sprays?
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will the maf adjust fast enough to not go lean for a that short period of time that it sprays?

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