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2019-07-18 21:37:24
#21
Originally Posted by BenFenner
You're right, it might not be the injectors. And they are tough to install, and a bit expensive. I understand the reluctance to replace them. Maybe you could find a better test to perform for them? Maybe rig up a fuel sprayer to add fuel at 85 MPH?
Or maybe make sure you get injectors you can return if they don't end up being the solution?

If you are doing injectors, make sure you get new o-rings (top and bottom) and have some petroleum jelly around to lube the injector o-rings. New o-rings are VERY important. Your current ones will fall to pieces once you remove them.


lol cant tell if your being sarcastic or serious and thanks for the tip
2019-07-29 19:35:08
#22
so I scrapped my injector idea and went with putting a bigger exhaust piping on the car and IT WORKED!!!! somewhat...….. I just ran the car speed slowly stopped around 96/97 mph (was unable to tell if it was red hot because its super sunny right now) but not the big 120 like I had previously got up to. I only made the piping of the car 2.25" about half of the piping. now my question is if the manifold is no longer red hot and I put 2.25 inch piping from the manifold down will the stock heat shield fit that big of a pipe and if not will running the car without the heat shield be wise for a daily driving situation
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