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    Default Multec injector list?

    So I just purchased the Terminator X Max, and I want to put larger injectors on my 2000 LQ4 engine. I'd like to buy the injectors before I hook the Terminator, but it says in the instructions to select the injectors you're using and if not listed then you can add them in via the X software. Well I don’t have a computer to download the software, so I was wondering if anyone had the list of injectors that are available to choose from and I could just buy some that are already in the database. I’m looking for something around 30 lb/hr or close to that. Any help would be great. I emailed Holley and asked them, and they told me I had to download the software and I could see the list on there. But like I said, I don’t have that ability.

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    See "Supported Fuel Injectors", page 32: (Terminator X Reference Manual and Tuning Guide)
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    Is this what you want.
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    Yes, thatÂ’s exactly what IÂ’m looking for. Unfortunately, I donÂ’t see the ones I was planning on using.

    Actually it looks like 25317628 might work for me, says they're 28 lb/hr and they have the connection and fit my engine.

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    If you find a set of injectors with a different plug on them you can always get injector adapters. They only cost $15 or less on eBay. I use flex fuel 12613411 injectors with EV-6 plugs. 38 lb/hr at 60 psi. I pulled them from a U Pull n Pay for $20.

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    Phobos84, do you know if those injectors are the same size? Like will fit my LQ4 truck intake and fuel rails?

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    It depends on what exact intake and fuel rails you have. But it's not a big deal. If you get the injectors and they are too short you just need injector hats. They are machined aluminum spacers that go on top of the injector. If you get a set of those and the Multec to EV6 adapters, it basically means you could use any set of GM flex fuel injectors out there. I had to use the hats with my LS6 intake and FAST rails. They seal nice and you can't even really see them when installed.

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