even still, 225BHP is roughly 191WHP and the injectors, in Joe's case, would be right at that 90% duty cycle.
really? most of the turbo cars ive seen step up and use 24lb injectors, even NPGs base kit that runs 5PSI and makes ~245WHP comes with 24lbs injectors.Our overall tests have shown multiple times on here and neco that the 19lbs were running safely on turbo applications running levels of 260whp for long periods.
Now the longest to my knowledge has been 45k miles. I never even put on 45k miles on my car the 6 years i owned it
you dont know what fuel pressure they are running though. you could bump it to 65PSI and get about the same flow as a 24lb injector.But seeing 19lbs used in every split port setup done on every car on here so continuously without fail. I wouldn't fear the idea of running them. Actually i don't recall 1 single ported 3L having fuel injector failure I think it was blackcoog that was running his 19's and was showing lean condition at about 320whp
could Joe stay with the 19s? sure, but if it were me i would want to know that my injectors can handle more power safely without taxing them.IMHO..i would stay with 19lbs.
edit: since, IIRC, he is running a stock SE PCM, he will have to get a tune anyways so why not just go with the 24lb injectors and be safe?