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Old 03-10-2012, 03:40 AM
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6.0 bigger injector nozzle rebuild kits? For real?

http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewi...id=53079263809

Just seen this ad on eBay, says kit with bigger nozzles, and can be done by the do-it-yourself types, anyone tried this? Says cheap HP, thoughts?
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Old 03-10-2012, 04:41 AM
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I wouldnt waste my time with those unless you were going to have someone install them for you.
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For that money you can get a set from Jesse Warren that have been gone through and the bigger nozzles installed. I'd pass on the kit.
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For that money you can get a set from Jesse Warren that have been gone through and the bigger nozzles installed. I'd pass on the kit.
What is the equivalant from cc to hp size? Im looking at warren diesel's website and seeing more like 2500 bucks with the core charge. That is a pretty long shot from 650 bucks and depending on if you do it yourself or labor in having them installed seems like the rebuild kit/tips are the way to go.
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I would be interested to see if anyone used them with success? I have concluded with just the Tow tune I run, I have not even maxed the stock injectors since my aggressive tow is rated at about 85HP and some of the race tunes you guys run are 140+ HP, so I figure I am in no need of an upgrade at this time. Thanks for the replies guys.
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The tune I dd with is the hybrid race from spartan diesel and its about 140hp. I get pretty good mileage out of it around 18 hwy if I stay out of it. It would be nice if someone that has used them chimed in.
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