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Old July 28th, 2008, 05:52 PM   #1
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im building a stroker motor and i need 24-30 lb mustang injectors

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Old July 28th, 2008, 06:10 PM   #2
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will Dodge 360 5.9L work?
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Old July 28th, 2008, 06:13 PM   #3
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I'm running these:

Ford Racing A302-24#
Modified 1985-91 350
Stock 1992-96 TPI

from:
http://www.fiveomotorsport.com/Injector_SetsTPI.asp


Those people rock

He normally sells them on ebay for $349 a set.. And they're flow matched


I had one "fail"on me, sent itback in, and he found shit in the injector from my fuel rail, but he still sent me a new one!
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I have a set of 24's for 100.

do you need a mass air meter also?
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I have a set of 24's for 100.

do you need a mass air meter also?
honestly, i have no idea, i dont even know what that does i just know that i need 24-30 pb injectors

fill me in
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No you don't need mass air meter for your jeep.
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I have a full set of brand new Ford Motorsports injectors (8) 30lb red tops, in the box.

$240

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What year is the upper end on the stroker your building?

I'm not 100%, but if it's pre-'00 the 5.9L injectors may work.
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No you don't need mass air meter for your jeep.
yea i figured that out right after i posted that thanks though

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I have a full set of brand new Ford Motorsports injectors (8) 30lb red tops, in the box.

$240

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a little out of my price range, but thanks

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What year is the upper end on the stroker your building?

I'm not 100%, but if it's pre-'00 the 5.9L injectors may work.
its out of a 94 cherokee, 4.0L H.O
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i have a set of stock injctors out of a 2006 gt mustang. 150$ car had 3k on the odo when pulled.
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i have a set of stock injctors out of a 2006 gt mustang. 150$ car had 3k on the odo when pulled.
let me check to see if those would work
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Old August 18th, 2008, 05:42 PM   #12
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well i finally got some injectors, now the question is is there a special tool to put them in the fuel rail/intake or do they just get "shoved" in
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nobody knows?
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There's "c-clips" that hold them into the fuel rail then bolt the rail down making sure they fit into the intake. Make sense? Minus well replace the orings while it's apart too.
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yea so im going to be using the force of when i bolt them down to make everything snug?

thats what i got out of it
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