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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-04-2011 Thread Starter
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2002 mustang gt COPs and Fuel injectors

Im looking to buy a new set of injectors and coils for my 2002 mustang gt. What are good brands? Where could i find the best deal? thanks

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+1 for the Motorcraft COPs, but I've heard Ford Racing fuel injectors work pretty well. If you're not running forced injection then I would go with a smaller pound fuel injector. Such as: Ford Racing EV6 Style High Flow Mustang Fuel Injectors-24 lb at AmericanMuscle.com - Free Shipping!
But here's a list of good fuel injectors from a reputable site
Mustang Fuel Injectors at AmericanMuscle.com - Free Shipping!

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Why are you doing this??? From what I hear the stock COP's are plenty good enough no need for aftermarket ones cause the price compared to the outcome is ****** and for the injectors going with bigger injectors for no reason is a waste of money so therefore stock replacment products is your best bet.

I am not trying to sound like an ass but you give us no reason why you are doin this and if you are one of the many that thinks a stock car or even basic bolton car is gonna benefit from larger injectors and say MSD COP's then you are gonna waste your money!

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Thanks for the information. Im doing this because im having really bad missfires. I got a diagnostic and it needs a couple of COP and a few injectors. Im not doing this to increase horsepower. I just need my daily driver to run good. I need to find a good deal because im a broke college student.
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Thanks for the information. Im doing this because im having really bad missfires. I got a diagnostic and it needs a couple of COP and a few injectors. Im not doing this to increase horsepower. I just need my daily driver to run good. I need to find a good deal because im a broke college student.
OEM is your best bet, as others have mentioned. you can get some other brands of COPs cheaper, but you get what you pay for.
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