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Old 09-09-2013, 08:40 PM   #1
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Post 347 stroker in 67 cougar, injector size?

New forum poster here;

I have a 67 Cougar with the following set-up and was wondering if 36# injectors will be too much.

Engine from an 89 donor 5.0



347 stroker kit bored .030 over

SCAT 347 stroker kit,

Bore (in): 4.030 in.

Bore (mm): 102.362mm

Engine Stroke (in): 3.400 in.

Balanced: Yes

Piston Material: Forged aluminum

Piston Style: Dish, with a D-shaped cup

Piston Head Volume (cc): +17.00cc

CompCams Xtreme cam

Cam, Lifters, Timing, Hydraulic Roller Tappet, Advertised Duration 282/290, Lift .565/.574, Ford, 5.0L, Kit

Aftermarket Edelbrock fuel rails, 3/8 lines, 255lph intank pump, aftermarket adjustable fuel pressure regulator

Trickflow street heat upper and lower with 75mm intake, 1 inch riser, 75mm throttle body, 1 inch egr delete spacer, 73mm C&L MAS, cold air intake.

ProComp Aluminum heads, 210cc intake, 70cc exhaust, 60cc combustion, 1.60" valve size

2.5" X-pipe exhaust with flowmasters, long tube headers

tko-600 5-speed tranny, 10.5" organic clutch, 13.5lbs aluminum flywheel

Currently set up for 24# injectors for the ECU and MAF sensor. Any information would be helpful. I have all these parts and am ready to assemble, but I thought I'd need bigger injectors. The car is N/A with no desire to set up any aftermarket s/c or turbos.
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Old 09-10-2013, 12:57 AM   #2
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Oh and I have an 8in rear with 3.73 gears
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Old 09-11-2013, 03:17 AM   #3
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Over 100 people viewed this post and NO ONE was able to comment? Losers... I found my answer. Thanks anyway.
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Old 09-11-2013, 06:02 PM   #4
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Losers eh? Bahwah!!!
You Sir, remind me of a huge void surrendered by a sphincter muscle.

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