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Old 10-03-2009, 10:42 AM
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Hey guys I am about to buy a D1SC kit to go with my new engine. It is a forged 347 with ported 92mm fast, 92 tb, 1 7/8 arh. My question is what size injectors will I need I have 42's now do I need to go to 60's or what. I am trying to stay around 650rwhp and less.
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Old 10-03-2009, 12:45 PM
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Go with some 60's.
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For anything over 550rwhp you'll defiantly need to have 60's. The 42's I hear will work under the 550ish range, but they'll be at max duty cycle.
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thats what I thought I just thought I would ask. So in that case does anyone need any 42 lb. injectors?
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60's will be good for you.
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