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Old September 30th, 2010, 11:38 PM   #1
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1994 GT Injectors


Hello guys, as you can see I'm new to this forum. But seems like I'll be a regular shortly, as I just bought my dream GT a month ago!!!

Ok so I have a few questions for you pros out there. What Injectors do you think I should get for my 1994 Mustang GT. This is what I've done to it currently:

BBK Flowmaster 40s
BBK H Pipe with high flow cats
BBK CAI
Bousch spark plugs and coils
BBK 70MM Throttle body
BBK 195 LPH Fuel Pump and new fuel filter

I'm going to order:
The 3-Piece Underdrive Pulley Kit from American Muscle and the SCT tuner chip for it right after I get my injectors(I heard you need to tune it right after).

I was considering:
Venom High Performance Fuel Injectors- 30lb at AmericanMuscle.com - Free Shipping!

But I've read bad reviews about that make and just wanted to know your opinion and pretty much what's the difference between me getting the 24 lb or the 30 lb? Both say that the flow will increase by only 10%???

Oh and please please give me any and all advise you can on other cheap but self labored jobs that I can do by myself to increase the HP + the overall performance.

Also anyone heard about "profession products" intakes before?
http://www.americanmuscle.com/typhoo...695-satin.html

I just want to know if it's a reliable buy or not.

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There is currently no need for you to change your injectors OR install a chip in your car. the level of modification you are currently at, does not justify either.

once you change the heads, intake AND cam... then you should worry about injectors and a tune

and the bosch spark plugs... if they are platinums, pull them out throw them away, and chock this up to a mistake for experience. Install Autolite 25 spark plugs.

Yous cars ignition system will not run correctly with platinum plugs. They will foul, and cause a lack of performance.
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Well one thing I know for a fact a chip will release all the potential in a car. So any modifications I do minor or major, I'm going to need to chip and tune it. So I will have to disagree with you on this part. And I know others with much less upgrades and the chip did wonders for them.
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I don't know where you're getting this information from. Every car is different and some models respond to chip tuning better than others. The '94-'95 5.0 doesn't need chip tuning if it only has a few minor bolt-on mods, as in your case. You could just simply advance the ignition timing in 2 degree steps and when you hear the engine ping, back the timing off in 1 degree steps until it stops.
Don't waste your money on chip tuning until you've added more mods like heads/cam/intake and even then, you're better off buying a self-tuner such as the Moates Quaterhorse rather than a mail order canned tune.
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Originally Posted by Svoluch View Post
Well one thing I know for a fact a chip will release all the potential in a car. So any modifications I do minor or major, I'm going to need to chip and tune it. So I will have to disagree with you on this part. And I know others with much less upgrades and the chip did wonders for them.
I dont know where you got the crazy idea to doubt me. I'm not some jackoff that randomly posts on the internet just for fun. I have been in the automotive industry for the last 11 years, and have been tuning for the last 7. So your assumption that I am wrong, is gravely incorrect.

If you want to get some more information on who exactly I am, go ask on mustangforums.com
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Everyone is right bro, you dont need a tune nor do you need to change out your injectors at this point. I would spend the money on headers, sub frame connectors, rear end gear, or something else. You will see NO power increase by changing out your injectors, and as everyone said, a tune will not do you much good either. If you increase the timing a bit, i think you will see the results you are looking for.

Trust me..coming from someone with experience on the 94/95 computers, they are a pain in the ass and should keep the factory tune for as long as you can..

Lastly, AdderMK is one of the most, if not the most knowledgeable person on this forum as it relates to the 94/95. I would listen to whatever he says.
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Lastly, AdderMK is one of the most, if not the most knowledgeable person on this forum as it relates to the 94/95. I would listen to whatever he says.
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Just the presentation of AdderMK's car gives me the impression that he knows a little something...unless your just posting random pictures of Mustangs on your profile, which I highly doubt.
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dont change your injectors you dont have enough modds (horse power). 30lb are to big any ways. If you have to change them and your dead set on doing it then go with 24lb. The funny thing is... That you came on here for advice but when you got some and it wasnt what you wanted to hear , you dismissed it..
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19 pound injectors are good for 300HP. I still have mine and your setup isn't close to what's on mine. Listen to the guys on this. The day you'll need a tune is when you get a cam and heads. I have no tune on mine and the only thing stock on it is the cam and bottom end. The 5.0's can handle more mods and not need a tune compared to the newer cars that need one just for an intake upgrade.

Btw's it seems like you like BBK, I do to. So when you getting the SSI intake
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Looks like another young newbie bites the dust....Typical you kid that is just throwing parts at his car that are cheap and don't require much mechanical skill to change and listening to the catalog saying they will add 30 HP.....and listening to his ricer friends that put "chips" in their VTECH's and now they tree z06's at the red lights....at this point with your car the only chips you need is Ruffles.....betting he doesn't even return, he didn't like the advice he got so he will listen to the catalogs, and his ricer buds and his car will run like shit with new 30lb injectors, and then he may return and listen....
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He was wrong, but you don't have to be rude about it. Not really the best way to help people out. It wasn't bad, until that last comment brought it up again. Lets chill a bit and not be so outwardly rude to each other. Hopefully he won't be scared off now. But, good luck with your car man, just listen to the advice given, they know their stuff.
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