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Old 02-01-2005, 07:55 PM   #1
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I'm not sure if this is in the right forum or not, but I need to know the stock injector size on a Supercharged 92 SSE. I'm currently running a 2.1 pulley and am going to add a 35 shot in the upcoming weeks. Also, how much horsepower will the stock injectors support? The kit I have is wet, so I could spray nitrous and fuel and not have to worry about the injectors, but I have heard it is bad to spray a wet kit on a supercharged vehicle. Otherwise I could just spray dry and let the injectors make up the difference.
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30 lb/hr. Capable of well over 300 hp.
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A 2.1" pulley is beyond the typical KR limits. The nitrous will have an intercooling effect to a point, but you won't be running it full-time. Be ready for quite a bit of KR in the summer.

As John mentioned, even our most heavily-built Series 1 SSEi is still running stock injectors. You won't outflow them for a long time, if ever. I do strongly encourage you to get some dyno pulls with AFR to make sure you're not going lean on the top end due to fuel curves in the PCM.
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off topic whats my injector size?
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A 2.1" pulley is beyond the typical KR limits. The nitrous will have an intercooling effect to a point, but you won't be running it full-time. Be ready for quite a bit of KR in the summer.

As John mentioned, even our most heavily-built Series 1 SSEi is still running stock injectors. You won't outflow them for a long time, if ever. I do strongly encourage you to get some dyno pulls with AFR to make sure you're not going lean on the top end due to fuel curves in the PCM.
Thanks, just wanted to make sure I wouldn't overdue it on the injector part.. You're right, I won't be running the nitrous full time, but I also won't be in full boost all the time either. The small shot of nitrous should help me kill some of the heat caused by the 2.1, but I more than likely will be going back to the stock pulley in summer anyway. The nitrous will just make for some fun against unsuspecting cars while its still pretty chilly out. It pulls like crazy now in the 20* weather. But when it warms up in about a month or two, I have an ongoing bet against a friend with a modded Supercoupe I have to settle when he gets it out of storage, so the nitro should do the trick.
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