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New Injectors!

I have an 06 psd and its getting some major work done. Gaskets, studs, egr delete, SCT tuner and injectors. I think I want to go with 190cc injectors because I do like a little fuel milage with my torque. I have been looking at the EDE stage 2's and the Industrial Injection stage 2's from MKM customs. what Im wondering is are these the best?
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Warren injectors are really nice and have a good reputation

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warren diesel hands down
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Which Warren injectors do I need for a truck that will maintain the stock turbo?


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Elite's stage 2 that you mentioned are actually 185cc and my experience was that the customer service was subpar. Industrial Injection makes good injectors, but Warren Diesel may be a little less expensive and you get the same or better quality. JMO

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My vote is for Industrial Injection.
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based on what?? I havent been in this that long so I dont what reputation they have but I know Warren has pretty much a flawless one for his very nicely priced injector modifications. The only other builder with essentially the same reputation is Ryan Casselry at Full Force Diesel.

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Jessy is awesome he took care of me when the company I bought the injectors from wouldn't .

this is wallie (grey truck)04 ccsb 6.0 4x4 f250 8 inch lift 38s edge insight cts,sct sf3,egr delete,cat delete,warren 175s,arp studs,oem head gaskets , stock turbo .s&b intake,4" mbrp straight pipe. (Red truck) this is Eva 01 ccsb 4x4 f250 5.4 6 inch lift 33" tires super turd lol
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based on what?? I havent been in this that long so I dont what reputation they have but I know Warren has pretty much a flawless one for his very nicely priced injector modifications. The only other builder with essentially the same reputation is Ryan Casselry at Full Force Diesel.
I have Industrial Injection's 190s in my truck right now. They are built from Alliant Power injectors, just like Warren's. The customer service was decent, and they had no issues taking my junk Elite stage 2's in as cores. I know there are a butt-ton of cummins guys who use their injectors, but thats all I can tell you. So far I have had zero problems with their injectors, but if/when I get crazy for more power, I will be sending my injectors out to Jesse Warren to make them bigger FWIW It seems to me like he just has more experience with the 6.0 than Industrial. Hope this helps

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Good to know.

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