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This is a discussion on Injectors maxed out question within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by Gator0302 In the future those sound like great upgrades on the injectors and fuel pump. Just got ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator0302 View Post
    In the future those sound like great upgrades on the injectors and fuel pump. Just got done talking with Eric at TP and he said that injectors aren't maxed at until they read about 110. So for now I guess I'm good, thanks again for the insight.
    110 huh? Hmmm, well he knows more than I so I guess you're good to go then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator0302
    In the future those sound like great upgrades on the injectors and fuel pump. Just got done talking with Eric at TP and he said that injectors aren't maxed at until they read about 110. So for now I guess I'm good, thanks again for the insight.
    Everyone has different IDC levels that they're comfortable with. Not all tuners will say that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Everyone has different IDC levels that they're comfortable with. Not all tuners will say that.
    I know I certainly don't, and you won't ever hear me agree without datalogging from a wideband O2 sensor. Considering that particular parameter is a percentage, it would seem a bit foolhardy to suggest that it's efficiency runs out at >100% duty.
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    at what point are injectors and a fuel pump needed with the 2012's?
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