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Old 08-04-2009, 09:19 PM   #1
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Default Injector placement

flow @ 43.5 psi/3bar

injector# / lbs/hr / cc/min / 80% duty cycle (7000rpms @ 14ms)

5 / 45.62 / 479 / 379 cc/min
7 / 45.62 / 479 / 378 cc/min
12 / 45.71 / 480 / 380 cc/min
16 / 45.71 / 480 / 379 cc/min
19 / 45.71 / 480 / 380 cc/min
24 / 45.62 / 479 / 379 cc/min
25 / 45.43 / 477 / 379 cc/min
28 / 45.52 / 479 / 380 cc/min

question is does it matter where I install a particular injector? if so then where and please explain why. I just want to know if I can inprove combustion and understand why injector is best install in what cylinder#. also I am upgrading my stock fuel pump, new pump is some where in the garage. not sure what fuel pump i have cause I bought it almost two years ago and dont remember what brand/psi . can I match injectors to cylinder or do I need to know what psi fuel pump I have and calculate in order to correctly match my injectors to cylinders? any help will be appreciated,,

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They are typically installed from smallest to largest on an LS1 motor in a front to rear fashion... the rear cylinders run the leanest so the largest should be put in the rear.

Your flows are very close to each other (well matched) & have a negligible difference.
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