52lb injectors

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    What kind of headroom would I have with the 52lb injectors and a BAP running 93 octane on a centrifigual? 16 GT with 18 intake manifold.
     
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    Zero.
     
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    U might as well just at least get 1000cc injectors,or u will.probably end up buying them twice.U will.have plenty of headroom then.
     
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    Depends on your turner. Those are definitely small injectors but I would bet they will be fine at lower boost and into the 10s. I run 72lb injectors with a BAP at mid 9s and 146MPH on race gas though. I've also been 10 at 140 on 93 to try to give you a gauge. But really, get something bigger if you can. It's likely you won't even be able to run low enough boost on 93 to get by with those. Again, your tuner can tell you best but 52s are not an ideal place to start.
     
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    Depends on your goal, type of system and tuner.
    The Procharger kits use to come with 52's I believe.
    Probably get you to the 550-600 wheel range.
    The Procharger kits now come with Deatsch Werks 95's (equivalent to the ID1000's).....there's a reason why, room to grow.
     
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    52s are really 56 on the S550 due to higher fp.
    I made 688whp and vmp + Rev auto said I was fine unless doing e85.
    My 52s are for sale btw. Only 600 miles on them.
    I had to go larger due to having cams and wanting e85
     
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    I have 52lb but 550whp like he said I bought my kit used and on a budget. If you can get the id1k get them
     
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    im going to have a set for sale in the next couple days for cheap if your interested
     
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    None. A friend of mine was running out of fuel at only 9psi on the 52s. Go bigger from the start. [MENTION=31632]yote41[/MENTION]
     
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    Thanks for the replies guys. I picked them up in a bundle with my 18 manifold and wanted to gauge if they be usefull down the road when I add FI. I needed bigger injectors to run E85 on my 18 manifold anyways, so no real loss moneywise for the price I paid now. It be awhile before I go FI, but looks like I will just sell these at that time recoup my funds and go with whatever njectors are included in the kit I pickup.
     
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