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I have my 94 gt and sitting up in my room are a set of 24lb injectors. I have BBk equal length shorty headers, off road h pipe, 70mm TB, 3.73 gears, CAI, and a few other little bolt ons. I was just wondering if i could get a MAf calibrated for 24lb injectors would i be able to run the injectors or do i need more mods like heads, cam, intake manifold? Also what MAF do you guys recomend and what size? thanks
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yeah i mean i dont really have that many mods done..mostly all bolt ons. i just have the injectors sitting up im my room and they are brand new and thought maybe i could get them into my car. I was suggested putting on a larger MAF sensor so i thought maybe i would get one for the 24's but if i can run my car with 24's in it right now then its not worth the money at this point.
Do you think I should get some 24's in my car with the mods I have listed in the signature or not yet, my future plans are going to be fuel pressure regulator, 3.73, driveshaft, mild cam, some kind of chip, and definitly roller rockers.
2001 Cobra- JLT CAI, Dynomax mufflers, MM full length subframes, Eibach Sportline springs, Steeda CC plates.
Waiting to install: Headers
Waiting to purchase: X-pipe
You dont really need the 24s now but when you get the larger MAF if its was me I would get one for 24s and go ahead and put them in anyway. As long as the MAF is calibrated for the 24s you should not run into any problems. My friend replaced some leaking 19s on a stock 5.0 with 24s because he was planning to mod later and it ran fine like that for a year before he sold the car. When you mod the car some more later that will be one less thing to worry about.
Well then if i can get away with doing it without slowing me down any then i might do it..would i see any increase with the larger MAF with the 24#? i know i wont see true potetial without H/C/I but im planning on doing it later. Also what size MAF? (mm)
Dont out in the 24# injectors until you get heads for your car. Since you are in the market for a new MAF IMO I would get the C&L version bc you can get the MAF calibrated for your 19's that you have now and when you do get heads you can just get a new sample tube for 24's and you are ready to go. You wouldnt have to buy a new MAF also if you get the C&L MAF get the kit that has the inlet tube with it the whole kit is about $200 but its worth it
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