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Question engine swap, frx question

hi we are about to swap out my dusted mill for a low mile van engine. sometime ago i bought a riff raff frx but never got around to installing. well now is the perfect time for whole bunch of different things to get installed. my question is... with the frx, can i stop using the LL for #8 ?
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yes you can get rid of the long lead.
if you dont have a high pressure oil crossover id look into getting that as well.
more even oil flow between the heads.

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hi thanks. i thought i read somewhere that the so called LL cure, could be left out.
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ya the truck will run fine without the long lead injector

99.5 f250 7.3 4x4 255k
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why go thru the trouble, wont hurt to leave it, either.

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hi no trouble pulling it as these inj were replaced in april and are being swapped to new engine anyways. is their an advantage to running all ADs over the AE in 8 ?
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only issue i see is that the "cackle" will be morenoticeable. Mine bangs away purdy good...(all ad's).

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