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Old 06-21-2005, 03:08 PM   #1
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Upgrade to FSVT rail and injectors

I have a basic bolt-ons Zetec. Would there be any advantage to upgrading to a FSVT fuel rail and injectors? if they bolt up at all?


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Old 06-21-2005, 03:52 PM   #2
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won't do any good. your engine won't need the larger injectors, and you'd need to get retuned in order for them to work properly. you still won't see any gains from it though, even after tuning it to work
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there are a lot more bolt ons than what you have in your sig.....you should look into those before you upgrade the fuel rail and injectors, also thew tb spacer you have isnt doing a thing for you
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even after EVERY bolt on.. the stock injectors should be fine.. don't worry until you go FI, or have huge headwork done and are pushing crazy NA
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I got the TB Spacer for free from a friend of mine that owns a performance shop. He had it lying around from a customer that paid but never picked up. Should I just get rid of it?
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