(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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Hey, everybody. I'm Justin with AmericanMuscle.com, and this is my detailed overview of the Ford Racing EV6 24 and 60 pound injectors available for your 1987 to 2014 Mustang. You should be checking out the Ford Racing option here if you're looking for an affordable replacement for a set of faulty stock injectors or if the quest for big power has you looking for some more fuel. And let's be honest guys. The fuel injector is really only one part of the equation here. You have fuel lines, fuel pumps, regulators, all that other good stuff, but for this video we're just focusing on the Ford Racing injectors here.Now obviously, guys, there's gonna be a huge difference between the two injectors. So let's start with the smaller option, the 24-pounders here, and that's actually the one I have with me on the table. Now, as the name suggests, these are designed to flow 24 pounds of fuel per hour at 24 psi. These are essentially gonna be a factory replacement for any '05 to '09 three-valve GT and even some of the earlier naturally aspirated four-valve Mustangs. These are also gonna be a huge upgrade for any two-valve GT or basically any V6 prior to 2011. Now, if you have a 2011 or a newer V6 or GT, these 24-pounders are not gonna be for you because your factory injector is actually slightly bigger than these.So if you have an '87 to '04 GT or a 4-Liter V6 and you plan on doing a bolt-on naturally aspirated setup, even a mild boost application or some nitrous, these are gonna be an affordable upgrade for you. Now, again, I would probably recommend these things to around a 300 horsepower range, give or take, and that's gonna depend on your fuel pressure or what kind of fuel you're using and also whether you're gonna be boosted or naturally aspirated. The Ford Racing 24-pounders are going to be one of your most affordable options when you're looking for an injector of this size here on the site, coming in around the $200 range for a set of 8. They are gonna featured an 11 to 18 ohm impedance and they do utilize that EV6 body style and connector, making them essentially plug and play for any S197 or those early naturally aspirated core valve Mustangs. Anything else that utilizes a Jetronic-style connector is going to need to purchase the adapter kit, but not a big deal, guys. Super affordable, $30 here on the site for a set of eight of those and they're very easy to install.Now let's switch our focus to Ford's big boy option here, the Ford Racing 60-pounders, which again, will flow 60 pounds of fuel per hour, at 43 PSI. For the most part, guys, this is gonna be plenty of injector for most builds out there. And I say most builds because these will easily support around the 700 wheel horsepower range when the injector is starting to near its full duty cycle. If you are planning on making a little bit more than that, you can always check out Ford Racing's 80-pound option, which is a little bit more affordable, or if you have money to burn, you can always check out Injector Dynamics options as well. They are a little pricey, but they definitely make a solid injector.These 60-pounders are gonna be slightly more expensive than the 24-pound options, as you might expect, but still pretty affordable overall, coming in between the $300-400 range for a set of 8. Now, these 60-pounders are 11 to 12 ohm impedance and they do feature that same EV6 body style as the 24-pound injectors, therefore the same fitment applies. S197s are gonna be completely plug and play while most of the other generations will need to buy that adapter kit. This seems like a great time to bring up the install. Now, installing a new set of injectors really isn't all that big of a deal, especially if you have a newer S197, as these will be completely plug and play, so that makes for an easy 1 out of 3 wrench install job here, guys. Maybe 30 minutes to an hour in the garage or driveway.Now, if you do have the older car and you do have to use the adapter kit, figure a soft 2 out of 3 wrenches on my difficulty meter. You're not doing any hardcore wiring here, but there is a little involved and maybe two to three hours in total install time. This is a great time to also mention, guys, you can't just plug these things in and go without accounting for them in your tune. So most of you guys watching this probably already know this, but again, just wanted to reiterate that point. While these two injectors from Ford Racing are gonna support completely different levels of power, they do both share the common goal of delivering more fuel to your naturally aspirated or boosted setup and do so for a reasonable price compared to your other options.So be sure to check out a Ford Racing injector set for your Mustang right here at AmericanMuscle.com.
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December 31, 2018
couldnt use them not until forced air induction is purchased too for tuningHelpful (1)
September 13, 2018
Not thrilled how they arrived, just thrown around in a box, some lazy attempt was made, at least there were each in their own bag but all just ratteling around. Tested each one Took half hour to install and no issues. Got it turns tuned and it's all good.Helpful (4)
August 31, 2018
Great fuel injectors for the price cannot beat the quality. I am running these on my 1992 Ford lx 5.0 and it provides plenty of fuelHelpful (4)
February 17, 2018
Mustang making 610 hp, 60lb perfect for my car. Recommend , good price great performanceHelpful (6)
December 14, 2017
60 lb injectors
Simple install,direct plug in!!! Don't forget you will need a retuneHelpful (9)
October 19, 2017
Upgraded from 39lbs to the 60lbs then tuned and they are great so far. Low rpm and idle is nice with these! These are not plug in play you will need a tune before your first start up if you making a big increase from previous injector size. I didn’t even start the car until a base tune was installed..Helpful (7)
August 10, 2017
Excellent fitment and Quality parts
Injectors feel solid in the hand and had ZERO tolerance issues when installing. O-rings were not rotted and looked top of the line. Injectors came rapped in plastic sleeves, individually separated and extra padding between commercial box and shipping box. Pretty expensive part but well worth it when you consider the perfect fitment and quality of the product. I run these on my 07 GT V-2 Vortech air-air IC w/ Ford Racing Intake manifold and they do what they say. Excellent product. Doesn't take long to install but does take some time to remove old injectors/drain fuel.Helpful (7)
June 16, 2017
Easy installation, direct replacement, no issues at all.Helpful (6)
January 12, 2017
Ford Racing 60lbs injectors
Ford Racing 60lbs injectors Are a must when adding a supercharger or aftermarket forced induction system. These allow for the max power of your non N/A set ups. Injectors are high quality and built in the USA what's not to love highly recommend these.Helpful (10)
August 05, 2016
I recently installed a Procharger on my car and needed some bigger fuel injectors for the tuning. After these were installed the tuning was a breeze and they performed very well. Happy how these perform especially if your planning on upgrading your power level.Helpful (8)
do i need anything else like a supercharger on my 2011 v6 to run these? i was told i might need a super charger to run these fuel injectors. i currently have basic bolt on modifications and am wondering if this is enough?
You do not ‘need’ a supercharger to run 60# injectors. You can run them on your current setup but it is overkill. If you were some how able to get your 3.7 v6 to push 400 flywheel horsepower naturally aspirated, you would still only need the ~42# injectors. The stock injectors are 29# (I think). If you do decide to run these injectors, you will need a tuner and tune to accompany them. Your best bet would be to wait until you buy a supercharger, and some of those kits come with larger injectors anyways or until you have installed: intake, throttlebody, plenum, heads, cams, headers, off road crossover, and axel backs (and even then wouldn’t be necessary until you did lower internal work to change compression).
I have a 03 mach1 with a 5.4 dohc 4v swap with intentions on boosting in the near future. Currently has the stock 19lb and wondering if these 60lb would be okay N/A until it gets boost
We do not recommend the 60Lb/Hr Ford Performance EV6 High Flow Injectors on a naturally aspirated engine, as the fuel requirements of the engine will be much lower than these are able to provide, which will push the injector duty cycle too low, causing a number of issues.
Hello, My pony is 4.0- V6, w/o supercharged. I upgraded CAI, shorty headers, Ford Performance dual exhausted, Bama Tune, Performance Distributors Screamin Demon Coil, IR spark plug. When I speed up quickly at 45mph, the pony is slow down suddenly 2~3 seconds then increase speed. I think it seems to be lack of fuel at that point. I wonder that Should i replace stock injectors with 60lb plus new BBK fuel pump. Any advices are appreciated. Thanks guys.
The Ford Performance EV6 High Flow Injectors - 60 lb would be too large for your setup, being able to support a V6 Mustang making over 700HP. The issue does not sound like it is related to fueling, I would recommend consulting a local shop to determine the issue.
Will these fit on the Aeromotive Billet Fuel Rails?
These will work with those fuel rails yes.
I see alot of people asking about these who have 2011-2017 coyote mustangs. These aren't listed as compatible to those years. I was wondering is why that is. Thanks
These injectors would be the EV6 body style injectors while the 2011-2017 Mustangs would need the EV14 injectors. The difference between the 2 would be that the EV14 injectors would be a bit slimmer and shorter than the EV6.
TheFord Performance EV6 High Flow Injectors - 60 lb will fit your 2000 GT with the M112 blower, we would suggest confirming with your tuner that this would be enough flow for your build.
The Ford Performance EV6 High Flow Injectors would not fit your 1998 Cobra without additional parts. Larger injectors will not provide any performance gains, unless you are making more power than your stock 24 Lb/Hr injectors can support, which is typically 350-400hp.
The Ford Performance EV6 High Flow Injectors will be a good fit for an upgraded Supercharger setup on your 2004 Mustang Cobra if you plan to be in the 600 - 700hp range.
The Ford Performance EV6 High Flow Injectors - 60 lb would be a little much for your set up however the 47lb injectors would be great and will allow you to still run E85 if wanted.
The Ford Performance 60 Lb/Hr EV6 High Flow Injectors are compatible with E85 as long as an E85 tune is used.
The 60lb/hr Ford Performance EV6 High Flow Injectors would flow sufficiently to supply fuel for 600-650hp on a turbocharged build. You would require an adapter as your car should have come equipped with a Jetronic connector, and not the USCAR connector these injectors have.
Most procharger kits will include the required injectors for their kit. Depending on your power levels, the Ford Performance EV6 High Flow Injectors - 60 lb may flow too much for your setup. Please Contact our Customer Service Department so that we may best assist you in this.
With a 2013 GT with just basic bolt ons, a 60lb injector would be far to much fuel for that engine. The 47's as well is a considerable amount of fuel with simple bolt-ons, E85 requires the use of an entirely new fuel system. Injectors e85 compatible, new e85 rails, full stainless steel fuel supply lines, a new fuel cell, an e85 compatible fuel pump, as well as the incorporation of a custom flex fuel sensor to monitor the actual density of the e85. The injectors to use with basic bolt ons at the max would be the deatschwerks ev14 dv2 fuel injectors in a 42lb variance, item 393275. These injectors are e85 compatible and would not provide so much fuel that the engine would not be able to operate under optimum conditions. https://www.americanmuscle.com/deatschwerks-dv2-injectors-42lb-0516.html
If you are running pump gas, it is recommended to stay with the stock injectors with your set up. If you are going to be running e85, you will want to go with 60lb injectors and get an accommodating tune.
The Ford Performance EV6 High Flow Injectors would be E85 compatible with an appropriate tune.
(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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