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    Where to buy fuel injectors?

    I need to buy 35-36# fuel injectors. Where can I get them and which are the best?
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    get svo ford racing 30lbs with ls1 pressure at 58 psi they will read 36lbs about 200 for a set

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackls1ta View Post
    get svo ford racing 30lbs with ls1 pressure at 58 psi they will read 36lbs about 200 for a set
    My stock injectors are 24# and is running 90% duty cycle at WOT. Will the 30# injectors be enough even if I put 100 shot of wet NO2?

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    IF you are putting a 100 shot of N02 you probably want to go with 42# SVO Greentops. They should give you a good margin for error up to 150 shot. You will need to get your computer tuned with either the 30# or 42#.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killer_bluebird View Post
    IF you are putting a 100 shot of N02 you probably want to go with 42# SVO Greentops. They should give you a good margin for error up to 150 shot. You will need to get your computer tuned with either the 30# or 42#.
    If I put in 42# and decide not to put NO2 on the car, will they be to big? I know I will have to tune it for bigger injectors, I have HPT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6ICK View Post
    My stock injectors are 24# and is running 90% duty cycle at WOT. Will the 30# injectors be enough even if I put 100 shot of wet NO2?
    2000 stockers are 26 lbs and the ford svo 30s are plenty with a 100 shot,they will actually be 36lbs on an ls1

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackls1ta View Post
    2000 stockers are 26 lbs and the ford svo 30s are plenty with a 100 shot,they will actually be 36lbs on an ls1
    Are you sure? I have a LS1 book here that says 98-99 are 26# and 2000 are 24# and 01-02 are 26#.

    Killer Bluebird above says I need 42# with 100 shot. Which is it? Are you running NO2 with 30# injectors?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6ICK View Post
    Are you sure? I have a LS1 book here that says 98-99 are 26# and 2000 are 24# and 01-02 are 26#.

    Killer Bluebird above says I need 42# with 100 shot. Which is it? Are you running NO2 with 30# injectors?
    bluebird is right to have a good margin down the road 42lb would be good.and 01-02 had 28lbs injestors

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackls1ta View Post
    bluebird is right to have a good margin down the road 42lb would be good.and 01-02 had 28lbs injestors
    Will the 42# be to big if I decide not to put on NO2?

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    I do not think you should have any problems although I have heard of tuning issues with larger injectors on fairly stock applications, they are usually either a tuning issue or they are way too big for the application like using 60# or something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killer_bluebird View Post
    I do not think you should have any problems although I have heard of tuning issues with larger injectors on fairly stock applications, they are usually either a tuning issue or they are way too big for the application like using 60# or something like that.
    I heard injectors that are to large are bad.

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    If you have incorrect values in the ifr tables and injector offset the car may run fine at wot but have problems at idle. Some bigger injectors have slower response time than stock ones and that can lead to some of the issues people experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killer_bluebird View Post
    If you have incorrect values in the ifr tables and injector offset the car may run fine at wot but have problems at idle. Some bigger injectors have slower response time than stock ones and that can lead to some of the issues people experience.
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