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post #1 of 3 Old 09-07-2002, 10:37 PM Thread Starter
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Stock injector size and other ???'s

Ok, I was talking with a guy and we were looking at my truck and it has orange top injectors (19lbs., from what I understand) and he said he thought they came with 24lbs. So my question is, which is it ?? Have my injectors been swapped with smaller ones ?? Also, the guy I bought the truck from had a K&N filter mounted directly on the throttle body, no air tube. Where can I get a tube that goes from the throttle body to the filter ?? I have heard some guys talking about a "diesel tube", what is this ?? Another one, do you guys know where I can get some wheels adapter from 5x135mm to 5x5.5 ?? I have a line-up on some brand new from Ford '99-00 chrome Lightning wheels and tires for $1400. If I can find an adapter, I will jump on this. Let me think and I will come up with some more questions. I hope you guys don't mind. Thanks for the info. though !!


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post #2 of 3 Old 09-08-2002, 01:23 AM
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Stock injector size is 19 lb/hr. Your gonna have to search classifieds for the stock intake tube, it might still be availible from ford. The diesel/460 tube is the tube that hooks onnto the factory air clearner and runs right beside the rad. into the grill area. The stock ones ran atop to the rad crossmember. I dont know of any adapters availible. The only way ive seen gen2 wheels on a gen1 is to go with aftermarket copies drilled for the 5x5.5" bolt pattern.

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Ok thanks for the info. Would 24#ers be too big for a basically stock motor ?? Also, would a 70mm TB be too big ?? I need to get some full length headers and get rid of the catalytic converters too. Thanks again !!

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