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This is a discussion on K Member within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by UMI Performance Like mentioned our K-member will work with the factory A-Arms or ours... so you can ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by UMI Performance View Post
    Like mentioned our K-member will work with the factory A-Arms or ours... so you can also upgrade to aftermarket A-Arms at a later date.

    Also for those looking for manual steering, we have that K-member in the works along with rack right now

    Thanks!
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    Thanks!

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    Ahhh..why not upgrade I would..to something more than 28ers

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    Buying 28-lb injectors now leaves ZERO room for growth later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    Buying 28-lb injectors now leaves ZERO room for growth later.

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    well i dont plan on growing much...if at all. after the new engine i will need to focus on suspension.
    and if i go with boost it wont be for a good 7 or 8 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by BashamWS6 View Post
    well i dont plan on growing much...if at all. after the new engine i will need to focus on suspension.
    and if i go with boost it wont be for a good 7 or 8 years
    Its called long term investment..not many plan on going from stock to fully built street burners in 1 year...that is why you plan ahead..instead of having to buy two sets of injectors

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    I agree, rethink if u still can take them back.

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    DO IT!! lol im waiting on my UMI RR Kmember to come in Got non adj upper and poly/roto lower a arms coming too.

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    Well i bought them used for a good price. So if i will need larger ones. Ill just dish the $3-400 then

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    Quote Originally Posted by BashamWS6 View Post
    Well i bought them used for a good price. So if i will need larger ones. Ill just dish the $3-400 then
    mine are $500 You will need bigger ones if you ever run a larger cam or want to go FI...like you have posted in a lot of threads on this site.

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    You'll want to keep duty cycle around 80-85%. The only way to know is to log it.
    Too big of an injector for a stock setup gives you slow injector duty cycle and can result in poor low speed performance and poor idle quality.
    You would have to crutch that in the tune to make it work until more power is added later.

    In my opinion, if you can find the 28er's cheap enough, and you don't plan upgrades for a few years, I'd go with 28's and wouldn't worry about larger injectors right now. Just my thoughts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    You'll want to keep duty cycle around 80-85%. The only way to know is to log it.
    Too big of an injector for a stock setup gives you slow injector duty cycle and can result in poor low speed performance and poor idle quality.
    You would have to crutch that in the tune to make it work until more power is added later.

    In my opinion, if you can find the 28er's cheap enough, and you don't plan upgrades for a few years, I'd go with 28's and wouldn't worry about larger injectors right now. Just my thoughts.
    I am sure the green tops could work or something similar. No need to neuter ones self

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    In my opinion, if you can find the 28er's cheap enough, and you don't plan upgrades for a few years, I'd go with 28's and wouldn't worry about larger injectors right now. Just my thoughts.
    I agree 100%

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