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6.0 injector nozzles?

Ok i never knew that anyone made nozzles for the 6.0. i thought that was only a cummins a dmax thing. They also make them for the 6.4 but its a Common rail as well as the cummins and dmax. But i found these nozzles and was wondering if anyone has ran them or what people thing of them. They are pretty pricey but they are made by DDP which is a big name in the cummins world! what do you guys think?
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That's an awful lot of money just for Nozzles. If you just want to swap nozzles give Jesse Warren a call. I can't imagine it being more than the $1500 he charges to rework to any size you want.
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Yeah, that's stupid. You can get 175's with stock nozzles for $600 or 175's with your choice of performance nozzles for $1,450. And that will give you about a 60-75 HP gain, I would think.

Just don't forget to upgrade the rest of your fuel system as well.

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nozzles only cost around $600 dynomite diesel is a Joke for a 6L injector
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Well i think i have an injector going bad anyways so i think im just going to get all new sticks and go with Warren Diesel. I was thinking about getting an AD150 and just keep my some setup for now. What do you guys think? I do not pull too much so im not too worried about the heat issue althought i would prefer it not be too smokey.

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Why do you think an injector is going bad? Try Rev-X first to see if it cures your problem. Cheaper then buying injectors if their just sticking. I like my Air Dog II and no longer have OEM fuel pump.

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Ok here is my story on injectors, They where sticking and I was running the Rotella in the white bottle. Then I switch to the Rotella t6 and put rev-x in at the same time. Well they stopped sticking. So Iam going to change my oil next week because it is due and just do the t6 with no rev-x and see what happens, I know I have low fuel pressure though because when I'm at WOT it drops to 0. I don't want to just keep buying rev-x though and I would like to have bigger injectors as it is. It clearly looks like I need some type of fuel system though anyways.

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Drops to ZERO at WOT why are you still driving it? Surest way to kill all of your injectors!!! When we're your fuel filters last changed? You need to find out why you can't supply enough fuel for your stock injectors before you even consider buying bigger injectors. With the blue spring mod there is no reason you should drop below 40 - 45 psi.

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Well I'm planing on getting an Airdog and my gauges are glow shift I know they are not the best

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You can also get 155cc nozzles from Elite Diesel for $400

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