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its a 92 coupe 3.73, rpm intake, 70 mm tb, 75 mm mass air, tfs # 2 cam, long tubes, tfs stage 2 heads or maybe box stock tfs track heats depends on the guy im buying them off, powerdyne 9lb blower which will be up for sale soon to upgrade i was thinking 42# or is that to much? please any help this is my first blower set up very new at this!!
 

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I dont know much about what injector can handle what power level, but I think 42's are in the large area. 36's would probably work better, maybe 30's.What does the rest of your fuel system consist of?Hopefully some one who knows more will chime in.

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thanx for any input

i forgot to add it has a stock lines and fmu, 190 intake, and that about it has 24# now without the heads, intake, cam on it yet
 

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http://www.mustangworks.com/analyzer.html
http://www.rceng.com/technical.htm


I am going 38's with a FP of 36 and I will tune it from there. You will not need that fmu. 42's are too much. There used to be a website that told you what size injectors for naturally and forced induction sizes. Someone out there most likely still has it. A WAG is HP/number of cylinders. The two sites up there should help you get in the ball park.

Good luck
 

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HIGHDESERT

IF I DONT USE THE FMU WHAT DO I USE? DO U THINK 36# WILL BE ENUFF?
 

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36's should be more than enough.
 
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