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no this isn't the "should I use the high flow ones"

i'm finishing my budget build and have a bit left over :shock:

anyway is it worth sending my injectors to like rc engineering or something to have them cleaned and balanced or should I just DIY here at home?

Or is there somewhere else that will do it at a better price.

or if its not worth it is there anything else to blow around 200 bucks on for my engine :lol:

already got the head rebuilt and port matched, a stage 1 cam adj cam gear, all new belts and hoses, I/H/E, alternator rebuilt, and all the usual tune up stuff.
 

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Send them off. Injector rehab took two sets of leaking, crap-flowing injectors and returned to me a perfectly balanced set and one that was so close, it wasn't even worth bothering to figure out what injector went where. (This was for 12 injectors for a V6 engine.) They have great service and prices. It also isn't going to cost $200. Click on thier banner above (hit refresh a few times and it should come up) or just find their website.
 

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thanks, wasn't sure how worth it the process was vs doing it at home.

dyno has already been budgeted. so this is on top of it
 
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