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I agree that boring the injector threads for a press fit is a great option. Not every DIY enthusiast has access to equipment to make this happen. To drill and tap an existing hole is within the capability of most people doing a home EFI install.

You do make some great suggestions. Yes, the "Hemi" injectors are a great choice. The 5.4 or 6.2L application have some flow rates that match well with most power targets for these cars with normal bolt-ons.

Porting is an interesting subject. I have seen some nice numbers on non-ported heads. If you are wanting to port the heads and need a larger injector block these may not be the answer. But if you just want the drivability and fuel control of EFI in an otherwise stock setup I think this is a great solution.
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