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stock 3.0l injector size?

I searched and couldn't find anything about what size the stock injectors were. Just thought someone might know. I am guessing around 16 -17, but I am not sure.
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Re: stock 3.0l injector size?

I believe the stock 12v injectors are 19lb/hr
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Re: stock 3.0l injector size?

believe it or not the 19LB injectors do a very good. even on a lightly turbo'ed 3.0! guys have used them with the megasquirt 2 extra fuel management system with good results!
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Re: stock 3.0l injector size?

Would running the larger turbo injectors push too much fuel for a mildy modded motor?
I have a set I was thinking about running, but if it's not going to do any good, I'm not going to bother.
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Re: stock 3.0l injector size?

The ecu will try and dial out as much excess fuel as it can. 21# injectors can be adapted for by the ecu. Much larger and you will have a lot of driveability issues.

None of these injectors will give you more power unless you are running out of fuel. What generally happens when you make mods is that you start running out of fuel in the upper RPM range. A piggy-back like the Greddy e-Manage allows you to add fuel just where you need it.

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Re: stock 3.0l injector size?

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The ecu will try and dial out as much excess fuel as it can. 21# injectors can be adapted for by the ecu. Much larger and you will have a lot of driveability issues.

None of these injectors will give you more power unless you are running out of fuel. What generally happens when you make mods is that you start running out of fuel in the upper RPM range. A piggy-back like the Greddy e-Manage allows you to add fuel just where you need it.

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Sounds like for what I'm using the car for I might as well stick with the stocks then.
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