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    New Fuel Injectors on the way

    I decided to get new Fuel Injectors for the car. I was not going to pay the price for Caddy Inj's so I bought a set of 19 pound injectors. I believe the correct ones for the car are 18 pound, but I can't find them any where.

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    Re: New Fuel Injectors on the way

    Quote Originally Posted by ga_caddy
    I decided to get new Fuel Injectors for the car. I was not going to pay the price for Caddy Inj's so I bought a set of 19 pound injectors. I believe the correct ones for the car are 18 pound, but I can't find them any where.
    Hi ga_caddy,

    I found this link interesting. It concerns injectors in the 4.9L caddy.
    http://www.caddyinfo.com/howtoinjectors.htm

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    Re: New Fuel Injectors on the way

    Quote Originally Posted by bobbcatt
    Hi ga_caddy,

    I found this link interesting. It concerns injectors in the 4.9L caddy.
    http://www.caddyinfo.com/howtoinjectors.htm
    Thanks!now I feel a little better.

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    Re: New Fuel Injectors on the way

    Quote Originally Posted by ga_caddy
    I decided to get new Fuel Injectors for the car. I was not going to pay the price for Caddy Inj's so I bought a set of 19 pound injectors. I believe the correct ones for the car are 18 pound, but I can't find them any where.
    Thursday's project is putting in the FI's that came today. YAY

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    Quote Originally Posted by ga_caddy
    Thursday's project is putting in the FI's that came today. YAY
    Injectors are in and she is running great. Smooth as silk and fast too!

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    Re: New Fuel Injectors on the way

    Quote Originally Posted by ga_caddy
    Injectors are in and she is running great. Smooth as silk and fast too!
    Did you notice that much of a difference on them??? or am i better off just cleaning the originals and putting them backj in

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    Re: New Fuel Injectors on the way

    Quote Originally Posted by JJhomer83
    Did you notice that much of a difference on them??? or am i better off just cleaning the originals and putting them backj in
    This might just be another way of justifying the cost of the injectors but.... Once you pull the current fuel rail and injectors, clean the injector ports in the intake, send the injectors out to be cleaned, put new o-rings on, and reinstall them, you mights as well just spend the 230 some odd dollars for new injectors. You can remove the old ones and have the new ones ready to go in under an hour.

    I bought the Accel 19# injectors from Summit but I found a place that rebuilds the OEM injectors and he said he would send me a set for 188 bucks. I already put the Accel injectors in the car so it was of no use to me.

    The injectors cured a few problems so I did have a real need for them. Not just to make the car go faster, which is noticable, but not by a huge amount. I could think of pleany of other things I could have spent the money on, trust me.

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