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e99 injectors

hey, i have a 95 7.3 with a ts 6 position chip. I have 2 bad injectors and i have a friend who has 8 e99 injectors out of his 2000 7.3 with 70k on them. I was wondering if the e99s would work in my 7.3. Ive done some research and some people say they will work but i need to flash my ecm because the e99s are split shot not single shot like in my 7.3. Others have said it they have done it and they work fine without having to flash the ecm or get a tune for the split shoot. Just looking for some extra info. thanks.
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They will work and not function properly without a tune, it would be better to get your chip tuned to run them, and even better still to just find some single shots, another question is why does your buddies 2000 model have e99 sticks in it anyway

I wouldn't go to the split shots honestly, stock hpop won't keep up, at least in my truck they were always under fed

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