24lb or 32lb Injectors?

sanitarium16

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I PI Swapped my 98 Mustang GT and have other bolt ons. I have an upgraded MAF and was thinking about putting on 24 or 32lb fuel injectors and having it calibrated for them. Which am i better off with the 24 or 32?
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98 mustang gt, 4r70w automatic (pi swapped)
JLT Ram air cai
Pro-M 85MM Maf
FRPP 70mm Throttle body
BBK Intake plenum
Steeda UDPs
MSD Ignition coils/FRPP 9mm Wires
Mac off road h pipe
Flowmaster super 40 catback
Mac mid pipes
Trans-go shift kit
3.73 gears
diablosport predator tune
 

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From that list I don't really see a need to upgrade the injectors, let alone the MAF. You are not forced induction, not sprayed. You just have a free flowing setup. The stock injectors should suffice.
 

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yea as said above your not going to be at the power level that requires a increase in injector size, so the stockers will be ok
 

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as mentioned above your stockers will work fine. u really dont have to worry about bigger size injectores until you go with a power adder.
 

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95CALI-5.0 said:
as mentioned above your stockers will work fine. u really dont have to worry about bigger size injectores until you go with a power adder.

or some ported heads with big cams :)
 

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Just remember that bigger is not always better :rockyou: :hammer:

seriously, you see alot of guys buying the biggest T/B or the biggest injectors for their cars when they are running a complete stock setup.
 

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95CALI-5.0 said:
Just remember that bigger is not always better :rockyou: :hammer:

seriously, you see alot of guys buying the biggest T/B or the biggest injectors for their cars when they are running a complete stock setup.

yea and that causes a loss in power or other problems
 

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does your Predator data log like the SCT does? If so run a duty cycle on your injectors to see where they are operating. Normally the stock 19lb are good for @330-350hp na but some people will benefit from swapping to 30's if the 19's are working past 80% duty cycle. So check the usage and go from there.
 

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DropTopPony said:
does your Predator data log like the SCT does? If so run a duty cycle on your injectors to see where they are operating. Normally the stock 19lb are good for @330-350hp na but some people will benefit from swapping to 30's if the 19's are working past 80% duty cycle. So check the usage and go from there.


yes it does.....i will check that out thanks
 

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