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3800 intake head question by Tstang429
Started on : 03-28-2018 05:34 PM
Replies : 3 (179 views)
Last post by : mr_corean on 03-29-2018 04:48 PM
Mar 28th, 2018
From: Parma, oh Registered: Jun 2008
Ok guys been a while and searches I cant see as many pics due to the photo bucket issues., I have an l67 that I am putting a l36 intake on to turbo. Do I block the injectors at the head or the intake.
From: Grand-Mère, Québec Registered: Sep 2008
Are you able to do it both ways?
I don't know anything about 3800s, but for a DD, I think I would prefer having the injectors in the heads. The less you spray fuel all over the runner walls, the easier it will be to tune for transients.
Mar 29th, 2018
From: Washington state Registered: Mar 2018
I would keep the stock L36 location for the injectors. (Going into the metal lower intake manifold if I remember correctly) I’ve never had the L67 so I can’t say for certain where those ones are plumbed to. Also another option is that there are turbo kits for the SC where you won’t have to do a reverse top swap. As I understand them it basically turns the SC into an intake manifold.
From: Las Vegas Registered: Mar 2005
I'd put fuel injectors in the head holes and nitrous injectors in the intake holes. Then run all 8 at full tilt 100% of the time. Just an idea.
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