Fuel injector recommendation?

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  1. GRGT1994

    GRGT1994 New Member

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    I've got a question about my fuel injectors. I'm going with a 347 stroker setup, and I'm wondering whether my current injectors will still cut it.

    Here's what's changing from the sig below. I blew my stock block, so I am getting a 347 stroker with a custom cam, upgraded springs and track heat intake. Pretty much everything else is staying as is.

    So I figure the new setup might flow a bit more with the new cam and intake. But the main thing is the displacement.

    Will the 30 lbs/hr injectors still cut it? Do I need to bump those up? If so, recommendations?

    Thanks guys.
  2. TrueBlue95GT

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    30lb/hr injectors should do the trick as long as you aren't revving too high or plan on doing some kind of power adder.
  3. ProKiller

    ProKiller Founding Member

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    they should be fine to run but i think you'd max out the duty cycle in the higher RPMs. if it was me, i'd step up to 42s to future proof.
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    earleys94gt Active Member

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    This should help you decide...

    It is over in the Fox forum... http://forums.stangnet.com/690222-h...uel-injector-compression-etc-information.html
  5. revhead347

    revhead347 I have face herpes.

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    30lb will be fine. I'm using 30lb injectors on a dry kit, and putting down almost 500rwhp.

    Kurt

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