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  1. So, we went to test the car last night after replacing the grenaded transmission, everything was going great until we got to about 2/3 of a tank and experienced fuel starvation. Topped the tank and issue went away (obviously but wanted to eliminate that issue). My thoughts are a pump that is on the way out? This year with the loosening of rules we can run aftermarket injectors right? Or at least injectors from a different model? For our 2.4 swap we can either run 24lb/hr injectors with 45psi regulator or stock injectors with a 58psi regulator. Would it be better to run lower pressure with more flow or is higher pressure preferred? Thanks for any input.
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