Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Battle Creek, MI
Umm, maybe. The injectors is what I'm looking at that isn't sitting well with me. If those injectors aren't scaled in correctly, they could dump a whole lot of fuel in your car (a. giving you really bad gas mileage. b. giving you possible too rich knock. c. giving you a flooding situation). Anytime you do new injectors, it is HIGHLY recommended to get tuned on the spot. If I were you, since the LSJ injectors are MUCH easier to install, get your parts put on besides the injectors, don't boost the 3.5 hours to get back where you are getting it tuned, then put the injectors in when you are tuning it. That is my suggestion, it will save you a big headache in the long run. You will be safe running those upgrades with the stock injectors as long as you don't boost it fully or hard.
Just remember, the computer doesn't know how big your injectors are, that's why you have to tune it, and with your GMS2 tune on there, it is saying to put out 90-100% IDC (injector duty cycle) with your 42# injectors, for x amount of ms's. now if you were to put in your 50# injectors, the computer is still going to say put out 90-100% IDC for x amount of ms's on those, those causing you to push more fuel than you need to run. Catch where I'm going here?
I know it's not a big difference from the 42# to the 50# injectors, but that difference is enough to possibly worry about.
Mods - Injen CAI, CIA MAF Relocate CP's, Dejon FMIC,
Custom 3" DP, 3" Exhaust, GT3076R, Pioneer AVH-4100DVD, Hurst STS, ZZP triple pod, Autometer Cobalt boost/DPIC/WB gauges, Nitto NT05 245/40/18's, H&R Springs, 80:20 Meth Spray
Future - KSport Kontrol Pro Coilovers, 10% Tint, FMIC spray
538whp/501wtq @38 psi on meth and 93 oct on stock ish motor
06 EVO IX MR/SE - Sold
Mods - *Updated 10/6/13* AEM TRUboost EBC, 4in custom TBE, SD dual 93/e85 tune, ETS 4in Race Core FMIC, Dual Aeromotive 400lph Fuel Pumps, T4 Tubular Manifold w/ dual WG's, FP Super99HTZ DBB Turbo, GSC 274 mivec cams, ARP headstuds/rod studs, FIC 2150cc Injectors, Aeromotive FPR, Aeromotive Fuel Rail, catch can, Mini Battery Kit, Slim Coolant Fan, Kiggly Racing high pressure valve Springs/Titanium Retainers, Supertech Stainless Steel Valves, Dual VTA Tial 44mm WG's, 4g64 Stroker Manley Pistons, 155mm 2.4 LR Manley Turbo Plus I Beam Rods with ARP 625 Studs, 100mm forged non-billet Manley Crankshaft, Full H/E PNP with Port Matching, Kiggly Racing Girdle, Dual Tial 50mm BOV's, Excedy Triple Disc Carbon HD Clutch, AEM EMS
'95 Ram 2500 Diesel
Mods - 5in TBE, Boost Elbow set to 28psi, Adjusted fuel pump, Open Turbo.
Future Mods- Super Street Clutch (rated @1400ftlbs tq), 67mm turbo, 160lb valve springs, added timing, tubular exhaust manifold, larger injectors, possible 6 spd swap.
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