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Helllppppp hello i have a 89 ford probeand i got the head prot and poish ,put a header and 2 1/2 pipe al theway to the back what kind of injeters can i ues now

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Bigger injectors would help if you also changed to a better fuel as well

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You can use just about any injectors you want. it all depends how much money you are willing to spend and how much further you take performance modifications

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