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Old 02-19-2005, 12:32 PM   #1
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Well, i guess i am looking at the 30# injectors while I have all this stuff off. Do I need to retune after I add the bigger injectors?

Becky, you may have to add that to the list as well.

Where is the best place to buy them?
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Yeh, call becky. You will need to retune!
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I think the best bang for the buck are the SVO injectors call monday NL can get them for ya.. And youll need a tune for shure.
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Well, i guess i am looking at the 30# injectors while I have all this stuff off. Do I need to retune after I add the bigger injectors?

Becky, you may have to add that to the list as well.

Where is the best place to buy them?
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Thanks.
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OK, we can add that to the list and get the injectors too. Good insurance!
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What I am leaning towards is sticking with the stock injectors for now so I can keep the money freed up for the tranny and gears that need installed. My plans for next year may intale more motor mods which then may be the time to actually go bigger.

I also want to get the shiney bolt kit from Hilco to make the car look getter under the hood. This winter is turning out to be more bling than go.

Becky, keep me on the list. Just need to play the loto.

Actually, I really want to start driving this damn thing. It sits in the garage way to much. Its almost four years old and only has 12000 miles. This summer, I hope to add some miles to the odometer. Spend the money on gas instead of go fast parts. Which is scary nowing what gas costs now.
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What I am leaning towards is sticking with the stock injectors for now so I can keep the money freed up for the tranny and gears that need installed. My plans for next year may intale more motor mods which then may be the time to actually go bigger.

I also want to get the shiney bolt kit from Hilco to make the car look getter under the hood. This winter is turning out to be more bling than go.

Becky, keep me on the list. Just need to play the loto.

Actually, I really want to start driving this damn thing. It sits in the garage way to much. Its almost four years old and only has 12000 miles. This summer, I hope to add some miles to the odometer. Spend the money on gas instead of go fast parts. Which is scary nowing what gas costs now.
Yea, I know! These go fast parts have to stop some time!!! I just need to find a little something more so Tim doesn't leave me so bad next time!!!
And get your car back on the road Brian. Like to see you and your daughter driving down the road/track again with your top down!!! Spring is coming!!!
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Yea, I know! These go fast parts have to stop some time!!! I just need to find a little something more so Tim doesn't leave me so bad next time!!!
And get your car back on the road Brian. Like to see you and your daughter driving down the road/track again with your top down!!! Spring is coming!!!
Goin to need more than a little something Just kidding
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Goin to need more than a little something Just kidding
lol Just don't want you to leave me quite so bad lol
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