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Old 11-03-2010, 12:39 PM
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Aftermarket injector questions.

I have 3 bad injectors and am wondering if it's worth it to replace all the stocks with upgraded ones. I've heard Casserly makes awesome ones. My question is along with an Airdog 2 and the 190 injectors from Casserly how much would I be looking at spending after my core refund. And is it possible for me to install them myself?? Thanx
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Old 11-03-2010, 01:17 PM
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A set of Cass's injectors is roughly $3200 +/-. AD2 runs about $7-900 IIRC.

Figure about $4500 for both just to be on the safe side.
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Old 11-03-2010, 01:25 PM
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Dang, that's some $. Are injectors fairly straight forward and easy to install? I'm not a mechanic but I've done some motor work here and there successfully. Are upgraded injectors worth it?
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Idk just my opinion I wouldnt do it yourself if your gonna get into the injector side, if you dont seat them right your gonna have problems, or bust a O-ring etc.
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The reason the injectors are so much Cass only now used new injectors, not rebuilt ones. So you're paying roughly $280 an injector plus whatever he charges to modify them...
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and it is well worth it to pay once and be sure they are right. injectors are only as good as the injector that they began with.
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Just a FYI but 190's are going to smoke big time, towing will be watching the EGT's all the time and you will need support mods.. like a trans and turbo. We are a Full Force dealer and if you have questions let me know.
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didnt notice,but do you have a chip???? aint worth squat without proper tuning....they will act like stockers without it...
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Old 11-04-2010, 12:33 PM
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Just a FYI but 190's are going to smoke big time, towing will be watching the EGT's all the time and you will need support mods.. like a trans and turbo. We are a Full Force dealer and if you have questions let me know.
Mine doesnt smoke big time and I have 75 percents nozzles, dont need a trans everyone knows what I run. Ive been running 190s for over 4 yrs. Turbo be nice but if you can afford it you can still run it with a stock just higher egt's
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Sorry but I don't know what you run..Do you know the nozzle size..not % but actual hole size? Your running a stock turbo? Stock trans? Be interested to know more about your setup.

I've talked to Cass..and others, based on those conversations is the reason I posted what I have...
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