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proregal
04-01-2007, 06:08 PM
hello I have a 87 gn I am thinking my injectors may be a little small for my set up it is a stock gn block .030 over stock heads with some light port work stock valves with 100 lbs springs. It has a te44 turbo with a 3 inch down pipe 3000 stall red stripe converter and running 20 to 22 pounds of boost
I have blue top injectors now I have never run the car yet so do I need bigger injectors or not!

PaCemkr86
04-01-2007, 08:44 PM
whats your air fuel ratio?? :innocent:

proregal
04-01-2007, 08:58 PM
I may sound a bit dumb this car is new to me how do I check it I have a scanmaster 2.1

Keller
04-01-2007, 09:13 PM
Tuned properly at ~22 PSI you should be OK. If you go up in boost, you may need more injector. I did.

What is your O2 at WOT in 3rd?

proregal
04-01-2007, 09:22 PM
the best I can tell on the street it is around 750 mv I will know for shure thur I am going to run it at the track I was looking at a set of msd 50# is that to much? I am shooting for mid 11s do you think it is possible with the blue tops? :six:

PaCemkr86
04-01-2007, 09:31 PM
dont waste your money on msd 50#'s get the motrons 65#'s.. i run those on everything .. from the mild hotair to my built ttype...

and i perfer to tune with a wide band so you know exactly what a/f ratio you are running ..

the stock o2 sensor " aka narrow band" will get you close, but i perfer to be dead what im tunning my cars for

LM1 is inexpensive vrs changing headgaskets

proregal
04-01-2007, 09:45 PM
what is Lm1?

PaCemkr86
04-01-2007, 10:00 PM
LM-1: Digital Air/Fuel Ratio Meter

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