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Old 12-30-2013, 02:03 PM   #1
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F/S FAST 85lbs Injectors for LS3/LS7

They are brand new, we bought them before our tuner told us he doesn't tune them. We are reselling to get the ones we need.

They are the FAST 30857-8 Precision-Flow 85 lb/hr 892.5cc/min High-Impedance Fuel Injector for LS3/LS7, (Set of 8).

Selling for $350.00 + shipping.
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Old 12-30-2013, 02:13 PM   #2
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Put them in the for sale section.
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Old 01-02-2014, 12:22 PM   #3
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he doesn't "tune" them?
or doesn't know how?

we have used these on TONS AND TONS of 2010+ camaros and they are PERFECT for cars 600-750 RWHP with zero issues.

at that price you will sell them fast
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That's crap that a tuner will not tune perfectly good injectors. I can see preferring a certain brand but to refuse to tune your car because you don't have what he likes. I solid tuner will be able to tune just about any correctly working injector. I say shop around at other shops. I'm running FAST injectors and the dyno shows the car is running great! Are there better? Probably, but there's nothing wrong with what you have. Good Luck
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Should sell, don't know how fast with Ebay having them for $379 shipped.
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Old 01-02-2014, 01:36 PM   #6
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Should sell, don't know how fast with Ebay having them for $379 shipped.
I have looked, and most USPS Priority shipping in 2 days is only $6.

I've had one person looking to buy them, but checking with their tuner. But debating on sending them back to Amazon instead.
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Old 01-02-2014, 01:38 PM   #7
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That's crap that a tuner will not tune perfectly good injectors. I can see preferring a certain brand but to refuse to tune your car because you don't have what he likes. I solid tuner will be able to tune just about any correctly working injector. I say shop around at other shops. I'm running FAST injectors and the dyno shows the car is running great! Are there better? Probably, but there's nothing wrong with what you have. Good Luck
We use Pat G, we've also used 510 Racing in Houston. 510 told me they don't use them, and Pat states they have no injector data, and it would take entirely too long to tune being that they have no data. =/

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Old 01-02-2014, 01:39 PM   #8
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he doesn't "tune" them?
or doesn't know how?

we have used these on TONS AND TONS of 2010+ camaros and they are PERFECT for cars 600-750 RWHP with zero issues.

at that price you will sell them fast
Thats what I was thinking =/, but not so much luck.

He states they have no injector data so therefore it would take forever to tune. He says he will use them but we need to find the data.
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Old 01-02-2014, 03:37 PM   #9
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Thats what I was thinking =/, but not so much luck.

He states they have no injector data so therefore it would take forever to tune. He says he will use them but we need to find the data.

Which ones does he want you to use? Did you ask him if he would tune the car with fast injectors before you bought them?
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But debating on sending them back to Amazon instead.
This is what I would do.
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Old 01-03-2014, 08:25 AM   #11
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Which ones does he want you to use? Did you ask him if he would tune the car with fast injectors before you bought them?
No he recommended Bosch, but he didnt say we HAD to get those. Since I bought them for a Christmas present for my husband I created a forum, and was told FAST was a great brand. So I went with them because many people were telling me they were good. I figured an injector is an injector.
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Old 01-03-2014, 08:27 AM   #12
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This is what I would do.
Thats what I'm going to do, the buyer I had stated he called multiple of tuners in LA and no one will tune them for him either because of the no injector data.
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Old 01-03-2014, 08:54 AM   #13
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GO with FIC's.......all the data you need and no premium price like ID's
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Old 01-03-2014, 10:08 AM   #14
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What's the price difference on the FICs vs Bosch?
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What's the price difference on the FICs vs Bosch?

they are all going to be a Bosch plug......FIC and ID take them (Boschs) and re-flow them and test them to be sure they are within certain standards and are within certain percentages of each other so you have even flow across the top of the intake. Both come with flow rates and most tuners can tune them well. Fic's were about 300 bucks cheaper for the set ...........From what I heard, there is quite a bit of markup in the ID's to get the tuners/merchants to push them over the others available. Im not sure if that is true, just what I heard. There seems to be come kind of Ford/Chevy battle over the injectors with each company claiming to be the best and some disputes over who actually provided the tune data for them. I couldn't read through all the B.S. and tell who was telling me what......Sometimes I got to think to thinking people were leaning me one way or another because that is what they sell and make the most profit off of........I ended up calling both companies directly and in the end, I went with the FIC's and have NO COMPLAINTS. JUST my 2 cents FWIW
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I remember the days when tuners- tuned and figured it out. LOL
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I remember the days when tuners- tuned and figured it out. LOL

^ this, Comment of the day..

I can only say, my tuner didn't give me a hard time with my injector. He just asked how big they were, that's all. My car runs great.
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I remember the days when tuners- tuned and figured it out. LOL
You mean...it's possible to calculate flowrate and figure out the dead times without copy/paste?!?!?!?!??!?!?!?!?!?!!!?!????!?!?
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^ this, Comment of the day..

I can only say, my tuner didn't give me a hard time with my injector. He just asked how big they were, that's all. My car runs great.
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You mean...it's possible to calculate flowrate and figure out the dead times without copy/paste?!?!?!?!??!?!?!?!?!?!!!?!????!?!?

EXACTLY!!!
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I remember the days when tuners- tuned and figured it out. LOL
I was asking a guy that is well known around here for tunes about Camaro5 members saying you MUST use ID Injectors because the flow data and he gave me the stupid face look. He's good with using whatever and putting in his flow machine or something. He started talking engineering stuff and lost me.
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I remember the days when tuners- tuned and figured it out. LOL
Thank You!
My tuner suggested FAST saying they would work great and that if I wanted to pay more he'd me happy to sell me IDs!
Needless to say, my car runs great!
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Thank You!
My tuner suggested FAST saying they would work great and that if I wanted to pay more he'd me happy to sell me IDs!
Needless to say, my car runs great!
There's absolutely nothing bad about going with ID stuff...if you have the money for it, they're very good injectors, and the matched sets are nice on a high strung setup...but there's also a LOT of other injectors that can move a lot of fuel reliably.
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I just bought my injectors for my TVS 2300 cause I bought the tuner kit.
In the end I went with the id850 injectors cause of 3 reasons,
There suppose to be the best because of the flow data where others don't have that. Second was cause my tuner recommended them but also said he had no problem using the FAST ones as well.
And third and finally the most important reason I went with them is because I got an unbelievable deal from a vendor and you can't get them for the price I paid...
Actually I think the vendor got in trouble and was forced to take down the ad
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