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Injector MAF questions and best place to buy?

Old 10-25-2009, 11:57 AM
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Looking at a 98' GT procharged, 5lbs of boost with a 255lph fuel pump. The car has a diablo chip I will need to have it tuned to 91 octane, but first the car has stock maf and stock injectors... if he was running it with stock and a good tune it wouldn't have hurt the motor right? I understand that it would be best to go to larger injectors and maf. So the question! What lb of injectors and what maf should I go with, if I can find something used it would be great or if you guys know of a good company to buy from it would be helpful, looking to get as cheap as I can with the understanding that I need to get quality parts. Also, I don't plan on ever going past 6-8lbs of boost. Thanks a ton, if anyone knows of a good place to buy please give me the heads up.
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Old 10-25-2009, 12:08 PM
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"IF" you never plan on increasing boost, 42's are fine. I would go with a Big Air 2800 or 3000. (It's the same as the sniper)

D'agustino racing is a good company.
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