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    80lb Siemens

    Siemens EV1 standard length/size

    Be 265 for 80s lower 48 send payment via paypal or dwolla to tlundvall at gmail dot com If you use paypal add the 3% please.

    That is for the first 36 bought. We get more than 6 people that PAY they will get cheaper.

    If we do not get 6 people than none will be purchased.

    Have to get people with the $ no later than 11/15/2012. If you do not have the $ or not sure if you will have the $ by that date please do not post until you do to help keep the thread clean. If you have questions Please PM me.

    P = Paid

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    There are probably a bunch of us out there not realizing that we are maxing out our injectors and potentially damaging our motors. I just installed 42's in my own car last year and came to the realization that they might be maxing out with just bolt ins thanks to info from a Dave.

    This made me think that the 60's I intended to use on my brothers build would not be enough. It is probably better and safer to slightly over injector than to fall short and potentially damage a motor and have to do it again anyways if your current injectors are not up to the task.

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    If people are finding these cheaper give me a link please.
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    I'm in money is ready and waiting once everyone gets on board.

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    Praise the Lord. Somebody jumped in. Hello Tim, glad to see ya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flex View Post
    Praise the Lord. Somebody jumped in. Hello Tim, glad to see ya.
    Haha - its time to get things started. Shootout gave me the SC Bug motivation that I needed.

    -Tim
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    If I can sell my 60's I'm in. Can you get one set with ev6 connectors?
    03' mustang, scu 4.3 with a turbo. 7.0 @ 102mph

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    Quote Originally Posted by JT's03 View Post
    If I can sell my 60's I'm in. Can you get one set with ev6 connectors?
    Yes EV6's are available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JT's03 View Post
    If I can sell my 60's I'm in. Can you get one set with ev6 connectors?
    They should go pretty easy. There are people like myself that need them for milder builds and may not even be aware of it yet.. If not here, on the Mustang boards for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flex View Post
    They should go pretty easy. There are people like myself that need them for milder builds and may not even be aware of it yet.. If not here, on the Mustang boards for sure.

    If you become interested shoot me a pm.
    03' mustang, scu 4.3 with a turbo. 7.0 @ 102mph

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    I have two sets. I am not even going to bother trying a set in my brother's fairly intense build after David told me I will most likely need 60's for my car that just has bolt ons.

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    heres my formula i created myself to calculate injector size

    inj size * # injectors * 1.8 = n/a rwhp capability
    for boosted engines u then * .8

    ex: 60*6*1.8*.8=518
    80s are good for 691

    this is a round about approximation

    also ford 42s arent always as specified, ive heard of sets only flowing 34 lbs
    ive also personally experienced 42s lean out before 36s

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    Needing a few more orders.
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