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LS3 style extended tip midget injectors

 
Old 07-24-2018, 10:32 AM
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Default LS3 style extended tip midget injectors

So a set of these injectors kind of fell into my lap, I believe they flow over 1000cc's.
These could be useful for when I go FI and run E85 pretty much got them for a song...
However, I haven't got the slightest clue on what is needed to make these work on a C5 i.e. intake mani, rails, power connectors...

Has anyone successfully used these types of injectors on their C5?

I currently have a 99 with LS6 intake, rest is stock.
I am collecting parts for the FI project so now's a good time to get parts, to work with these lil boogers if at all possible.
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Old 07-24-2018, 12:41 PM
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Pics and/or part numbers would help.
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Old 07-24-2018, 04:06 PM
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I'm using some, they're great, super fast and linear. I'm using this adapter kit: https://fuelinjectorconnection.com/p...or-install-kit
It came with nice low-profile adapters rather than the ones with the long wires in the picture.
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I'll get pics when I get home.

Bacon, are you using stock rails and intake or aftermarket stuff?

Thanks for the replies to both of you.
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I have run this combo with a stock LS1 rail on a stock LS1 intake and it worked great.

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Old 07-24-2018, 07:21 PM
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you can either use spacers on the top of the injectors to get them the proper length or fore makes fuel rails that work with the short injectors on an ls1/6 manifold... I actually have a set of those waiting to go on in a few months with some short style fic 1650s... you could probably use whatever brand rail but you need the proper spacing to make them work, fore is the only rail I know of at the moment that has them... you could get the correct injector spacers from fic if you wanted to do it that way then you could use any standard ls1 style fuel rail
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also the plug type will matter, if the injector isn't ev1 like the engine harness then you will need adapters or wire in the proper connectors
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