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Also curious what happened to that injector.looks cooked!
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Did they sat they had meta fragments in them?? That's the story lately with 3 onjector sets they've had in past few moths from people including myself. I find that odd
We hear this from their customers here as well each week, makes you wonder unfortunately.
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We hear this from their customers here as well each week, makes you wonder unfortunately.
What's prices on these? Oversided available from you?
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Glad you got your smoke figured out David. I know we talked about it on the phone alot when discussing turbos so I'm glad you're alot happier!!

Hows that 366? Working better with good injectors?

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Glad you got your smoke figured out David. I know we talked about it on the phone alot when discussing turbos so I'm glad you're alot happier!!

Hows that 366? Working better with good injectors?

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The S366 did help the bottom end, as we discussed. I ended up sticking the billet 71mm compressor and cover on the S366 center section and had a local shop balance it. So now I have a S371 again, but with the 360 thrust washer. With the new injectors, the S371 comes up as well as the 66 did, but flows better up top.

I'm pretty happy with the setup now. Heading out to the strip again on Sunday, actually, to give a coworker's Mustang a hard time.

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The S366 did help the bottom end, as we discussed. I ended up sticking the billet 71mm compressor and cover on the S366 center section and had a local shop balance it. So now I have a S371 again, but with the 360 thrust washer. With the new injectors, the S371 comes up as well as the 66 did, but flows better up top.

I'm pretty happy with the setup now. Heading out to the strip again on Sunday, actually, to give a coworker's Mustang a hard time.

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Glad it's working out for you. I know it wasn't the ideal route you wanted to go but should work well till you get those Garrett twins you're really wanting!!

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What's prices on these? Oversided available from you?
You bet we do! What size are you looking for and I'll get you a price on them.
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What are the stock size, are they 45 or 50 over? That probably is big enough for a dd.
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What are the stock size, are they 45 or 50 over? That probably is big enough for a dd.
45% is the smallest SAC nozzle on the market. Those would run you $2799 a set.
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45% is the smallest SAC nozzle on the market. Those would run you $2799 a set.
Just for comparison what does a regular style set run? For a "stock replacement" if you will

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[QUOTE=aldenrichie;994917]Just for comparison what does a regular style set run? For a "stock replacement" if you will

A stock set of OEM Bosch Injectors run $1899, so the SAC 45% run an additional $900. Thanks
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45% is the smallest SAC nozzle on the market. Those would run you $2799 a set.
Are all of you 45% and 60% over injectors on your website SAC?
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Anyone wanting to have a longer injector life with lb7s don't hesitate to go to sac nozzles. You will notice a different exhaust note and a little better fuel economy as well. Tuning really won't need changing unless your tuner is running too much timing I the lower to mid rpms (under 2000).

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Just for comparison what does a regular style set run? For a "stock replacement" if you will

A stock set of OEM Bosch Injectors run $1899, so the SAC 45% run an additional $900. Thanks
So could I get just the nozzles?
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Are all of you 45% and 60% over injectors on your website SAC?
We sell both VCO and SAC nozzles as an option here.
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