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    When Installing 42's...

    Is there anything you gotta Swap Over from the Stock Injectors?

    The 42's are a good amount Shorter than the Stockers, and I was just wondering about Possible Leaks because of that, and also they don't Reach as Far into the Intake Manifold as the Stock ones either.


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    Hey James,

    Just take out the stockers and plug in the 42s. Clip them to the rail with the OEM clips and you're all set.

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    +1 the tip looks slightly different but they're plug and play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    Hey James,

    Just take out the stockers and plug in the 42s. Clip them to the rail with the OEM clips and you're all set.
    K, I didn't even Re-use the Clips, I just put them In without 'em and Primed, then Ran the Motor to Check for Leaks and there weren't any.

    But would it be a good idea to put the Clips On?

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    Yes!

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    Did you do the x-charger upgrade as well? I am going to do this over the winter. Are both items basically plug n play? Essentially take off the old SC and bolt on the new one, then pull of the old injectors and clip on the 42's? No lube or grease anywhere? I hope so, cause I know zero about most engine stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FORK456 View Post
    Did you do the x-charger upgrade as well? I am going to do this over the winter. Are both items basically plug n play? Essentially take off the old SC and bolt on the new one, then pull of the old injectors and clip on the 42's? No lube or grease anywhere? I hope so, cause I know zero about most engine stuff.
    Yep, 100% remove the old and install the new.

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