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What Are The Best Fuel Injectors That Are Affordable

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What are the best performance fuel injectors to get for a 2007 coupe with 1.8L engine. Also, what things should I consider when contemplating new injectors?

I have not done any engine mods other than new plugs (not really a mod, just maintenance). Might do a CAI if that’s something that would pair well with the injectors. I also saw a lot about ECU tuning etc. I’m young and would like to learn more about this area from someone who has had experience. I enjoy working on cars but don’t have near the knowledge of a majority of the people on here, and I don’t want to screw up my engine or waste money by doing a stupid mod or installing something wrong. All are welcome to comment and give advice/feedback.
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What are the best performance fuel injectors to get for a 2007 coupe with 1.8L engine. Also, what things should I consider when contemplating new injectors?

I have not done any engine mods other than new plugs (not really a mod, just maintenance). Might do a CAI if that’s something that would pair well with the injectors. I also saw a lot about ECU tuning etc. I’m young and would like to learn more about this area from someone who has had experience. I enjoy working on cars but don’t have near the knowledge of a majority of the people on here, and I don’t want to screw up my engine or waste money by doing a stupid mod or installing something wrong. All are welcome to comment and give advice/feedback.
If you modify the engine, upgrading the fuel injectors can be advantageous, but it's crucial to pick injectors that work with both the engine and the fuel system. The company Injector Dynamics is well-known. Choose injectors that are the right size for your fuel needs and horsepower output. A decent rule of thumb is to use injectors rated for 20–30% more gasoline than necessary. To maximise engine performance, think about changing the fuel system and having the ECU calibrated. Working with an experienced mechanic or tuner is advised.
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