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on those 42lb injectors do they have to be specifically for a 2.3L or can they be used from a mustang or focus? and also on the stage 4 clutch i didnt find one for a 2.3L ranger is there another model to use?
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Just as long as they are high impedance injectors. Focus injectors will work to. You will need to tune injectors and maf on a dyno. Finde a local dyno performance shop that is a dealer with sct. You could use 36-60lb injectors just so they are high imp.
so is a stinger head the same header that comes with that t3 turbo kit from ebay you was talking about.
Yup same one. The bigesy mods are the alt bracket needs cut. You will need to move the coil packs. The wiring harness will need to be run along the other side of the head to keep it away nfrom the heat of the turbo. It is not that bad.
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If you look up on the fire wall right at the back of the motor you can see the one coil pack. The other one is right behind the boost pipe on the drivers side of the motor. you will need to mod your wiring harness by extending some of the wires. It is important that you use the best equipment and wiring.
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