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Old 10-30-2017, 10:51 AM   #6
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Location: Detroit area, MI
Age: 40
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Vehicle: 2000 Grand Am GT1 2dr
AaronGTR has made plenty of valid pointsAaronGTR has made plenty of valid points
Most people still don't need bigger injectors unless you are adding boost. You need heads/cam/headers along with full intake, exhaust, TB, and ported intake manifolds to even approach the limit of the stock injectors. You need to do the mods first, then log some data and see where the injectors duty cycle lands. Most people with those mods find it sufficient to upgrade to 28# trailblazer injectors, and those don't require any mods to the injectors or fuel rail. They are plug and play, other than the need to scale the injector size in the tune.
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13.788 @ 103.73 mph (3/2011) 320 whp and 300 ft/lbs torque. (3/2011)
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