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'95 Grand Cherokee 5.2L Injectors

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'95 Grand Cherokee 5.2L Injectors

Post by Shade_Tree » June 26th, 2018, 2:30 pm

Has anyone tried the injectors from a '95 5.2L in their build rather than the Mustang 5.0 injectors? I know the Mustang injectors are 24# and the 5.2L injectors are 24.3#, very close at a similar pressure (not exactly though). Just wondering if there was a reason they aren't mentioned or used as much.

I have a set of the Mustang injectors and keep getting the dreaded OBDI code 27. I have replaced and checked everything but the injectors themselves and since I bought them used I don't have the highest confidence in them.

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Re: '95 Grand Cherokee 5.2L Injectors

Post by Cheromaniac » June 27th, 2018, 2:00 am

The '95 ZJ injectors (53030262 rated to flow 24.6lb/hr can @ 39psi) are indeed suitable for a stroker application in an OBD 1 Jeep with a 39psi fuel system.
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Re: '95 Grand Cherokee 5.2L Injectors

Post by Shade_Tree » June 27th, 2018, 6:34 am

Thank you for the reply, I appreciate it.

They seem a little cheaper, any reason why you don't hear about them as much?

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Re: '95 Grand Cherokee 5.2L Injectors

Post by Cheromaniac » June 28th, 2018, 6:31 am

Maybe it's because some of the newer injectors are more popular and these have merely been forgotten.

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