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Old 11-10-2011, 01:57 PM
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what injectors for 06

need to know what is the best injector not looking to go much over stock as i tow 10k time to time

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Well if you are not going to upgrade your turbo and you tow and you dont have studs, then I would recommend you dont get new injectors at all unless you have a bad one or something. Now if you do have a bad one and just want to replace them all with some upgraded injectors then I recommend you figure out what your goals are for the truck as to whether or not you will want to replace the turbo or not. Lets say you go with a powermax turbo then I would recommend 175cc injectors as you will be able to have a tow tune written so you can tow your 10K load. Hope this helps.
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Oops forgot to add that I think for the money Warren's injectors are tough to beat. JMO.
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Towing that much weight I recommend staying 155cc max or just Stock. We currently only offer Stock size injectors but are working to be a stocking dealer for Warren.
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i have a bad one so 155cc are option just worried about them being rebuilt

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1 injector is $225-$275, 8 155cc injectors is $1500-$3500. Why are you replacing all of them? What's wrong with the one that is bad? Have you tried Rev-X?
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yea tried rev x
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Well if you are not going to upgrade your turbo and you tow and you dont have studs, then I would recommend you dont get new injectors at all unless you have a bad one or something. Now if you do have a bad one and just want to replace them all with some upgraded injectors then I recommend you figure out what your goals are for the truck as to whether or not you will want to replace the turbo or not. Lets say you go with a powermax turbo then I would recommend 175cc injectors as you will be able to have a tow tune written so you can tow your 10K load. Hope this helps.


Without studs and towing 10K, I would be nervous about causing a head gasket or other problem. Another thing with larger sticks is you absolutly need a fuel pressure gauge and it would be smart to get an aftermarket fuel delivery system. Low fuel pressure will kill injectors. I know I am a newbie, but I bet I have read 3 dozen threads on injectors in the past 2 weeks because I am doing the same thing. The difference, I have the mods to support them. I too will be towing.... a 12K goose.... and plan on getting 175cc / 75% nozzles, but not until I have an AirDog II fuel delivery.

Like windrunner said, what are your goals. If your not looking to have the power for smoking some kid in a camaro or mustang, I would stick with stock or 155cc with stock nozzles like Fred says. My .02
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its 2 months out of warrenty i plan studs and 155 are about max on injectors id want to go just like to hear what brand as not sure i trust rebuilds


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its 2 months out of warrenty i plan studs and 155 are about max on injectors id want to go just like to hear what brand as not sure i trust rebuilds


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