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Old 04-15-2009, 11:43 PM
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Question Fuel Injectors

First I want to say Hi. Just joined a couple minutes ago. I picked up a 96 single cab 4x4 with the 360 in it for dirt ass cheap. It had been sitting since '05 so I went ahead and sent the block/crank to the machine shop to have everything cleaned, polished, decked and honed. So I got the motor assembled and back in the truck, but the stock fuel injectors are full of crap and rusted so they're junk. I've done some research and stockers are 23lbs give or take. I've got my stock 24lbs LS1 injectors left over. They're the same height, bore, and connector so they will fit, but I can't find out if the stock Dodge injector are High or Low impedance. Anyone full of useless knowledge out there? On a side note, the stock Dodge injector has one hole to spray fuel as where the LS1 injector have 4 so it should make for better atomization. I"ll do a write up with pic's if anyone can hook me up with an answer.
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Old 04-19-2009, 12:07 AM
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I finally got smart and put an ohm meter on the two injectors. Both are 13 ohm high impedance injectors. Went a head and installed the LS1 injectors today. Havn't fired the engine yet so don't know how they'll work, but they installed easily and even used the factory retainers.

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