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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-25-2010, 08:10 AM Thread Starter
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Fuel Injectors

Very nice set of 24# injectors from a Mark VIII. Roughly used for 70K.

Looking for $50 for the set.


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ttt Somebody should need these.

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These came from my personal Mark VIII. I removed them when I upgraded to 42# with the blower install. They are in perfect working order!

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I'm going to ask the stupid question...... Would there be any point in putting them on a stock engine?

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I'm going to ask the stupid question...... Would there be any point in putting them on a stock engine?
stock motor as in nothing done to it?

Well, they're alot better than 18lb injectors... which is what the 4.6's come with from the factory.

When you tune your car, you've got more room to play with when it comes to fuel.
Same thing with w PI swap... more fuel = more performance.

bolt ons and stuff would allow for more gains.

like... CAI, exhaust, ported exhaust mani's, etc. etc. etc.... all benefit.
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From what I've read on here...

The stock 19 lb injectors will be good to 300 HP. Plan accordingly

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well that's what I mean, there wouldn't be a point putting larger injectors on an engine that wouldn't need the extra fuel.

It's not going to use more than it needs...

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