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At what HP level should you upgrade from 19lbs to 24lbs. I'm currently putting down 260 to the wheels. Sometime in the near future I will be putting down 280+ to the wheels. I will be upgrading my fuel pump shortly and running a 125 shot.
 

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At 300 to the wheels, however if your just spraying now and then stock injectors SHOULD surfice, but you do want to upgrade your pump with anything higher than a 100 shot. You should dyno it just to see if are running lean. Most people don'y upgrade injectors for spray.
 

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i was thinking of going to 24# but i have the 85mm c&l with no sample tube.do i have to get a burned chip to run 24# injectors?
 

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mine electric part is the ford one, the 2002 set up is wierd because the c&l meter dosent have a sample tube.
 

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The C&L housing doesnt have a sample tube? Mine did. Thats weird in itself, but still has nothing to do with upgrading injectors. The M/A and injectors work hand in hand. If the factory meter isnt for 24 lb injectors, the car will not run right.
 

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well all c&l meters come with a sample tube (except for 2002 and up) that is for 19#injectors and if you choose to go with a bigger injector size you just change the sample tube for your application.C&L is the only calibrate your self meter but the 2002 and up guys get scrwed because there is no sample tube location i believe due to the 6 pin configuration in the new 2002 wire harness.
 

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All you have to do is have the chip burned for whatever injector you decide to install. The C&L meter for your car doesnt calibrate the injectors all it does is flow a little more air than a stock meter.
Your computer still thinks the stock mass air unit is in place. To make a long story short just have your chip burned for your injectors. We are a diabloport dealer and we do it all the time for 99& up Cars. Actually you are better off letting the computer calibrate for the injectors rather than the mass air mater
 
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