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Old 04-04-2013, 06:47 PM   #1
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52lb Eforce fuel injectors Low miles

Less than 7k miles on these Siemens 52lb injectors.
I am going with a smaller pulley and 65lb injectors.
These came off my Edelbrock Camaro SS kit.

$210 shipped!!!!

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Old 04-04-2013, 07:02 PM   #2
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What size pulley are you going with??? I put a 3" on mine with 60lb injectors. I also put a ZL1 fuel pump. I never thought about selling my old injectors. I let the shop keep them. PM me with your build.. Good luck with the sale!!!
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Old 04-04-2013, 08:06 PM   #3
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Not sure which pulley
Looking for 650 rwhp
Heres my build:
http://www.pro-touring.com/showthrea...ro-LS3-Project
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Old 04-11-2013, 03:53 PM   #4
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Are you swapping your belt & pulley? if so, do you have the 3.5" pulley? i'll take the belt & pulley off your hands if you're willing. pm me a price if you're interested... not quite sure what they go for elsewhere

my edlebrock sc came with a 3.875" pulley, been looking for a 3.5" or 3.4" (been told thats pretty much the max i can go without forged internals)
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Old 04-11-2013, 07:05 PM   #5
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Are you swapping your belt & pulley? if so, do you have the 3.5" pulley? i'll take the belt & pulley off your hands if you're willing. pm me a price if you're interested... not quite sure what they go for elsewhere

my edlebrock sc came with a 3.875" pulley, been looking for a 3.5" or 3.4" (been told thats pretty much the max i can go without forged internals)

I have the stock pulley, will have to check on the size. I know it is stock as it has the DO NOT remove sticker on it.

If you have an LS3, stock internals along with headers,exhaust,and dyno tune should hold 650rwhp ALL DAY LONG. just do ARP bolts to make sure nothing comes loose! Running meth injection also helps ALOT!
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Old 04-12-2013, 10:59 AM   #6
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I have the stock pulley, will have to check on the size. I know it is stock as it has the DO NOT remove sticker on it.

If you have an LS3, stock internals along with headers,exhaust,and dyno tune should hold 650rwhp ALL DAY LONG. just do ARP bolts to make sure nothing comes loose! Running meth injection also helps ALOT!
I think i'm gonna do some more research, i've been told getting up to 570rwhp on the L99 with out forged internals is about the max it can handle by 2 tune shops and a manager in the parts department for edlebrock... another 80rwhp is quite a significant increase, unless the L99 isn't built to handle as much as the LS3? this i dont know... going through the forums, it just turns into a pissing match rather than factual information about how the two motors differ other than vvt and afm.

I'm also not sure what meth injection is, still kinda new to all of this.

But what i do know is the L99 SC from edlebrock comes with a 3.875" pulley, where as the LS3 kit comes with a 3.5" - so if you're willing to part with it, i'd definately like to know.
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