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Best injector for power max

Anyone have a power max with 175 or 190s? Any feed back would be great..

Mpg? Smog able? Crappy starts?

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I have a190s with a powermax. It is not enough turbo for the injectors. The truck starts and runs just fine, but it is hot and smokey. mpgs are pretty much the same.

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I'm going with Full Force 190/75's to run with my PowerMax now... I'll let you know how it runs.

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Cool thanks guys

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The best injector for the Powermax would be Jesse Warren's stock+ which flow about 153cc. The Powermax is not a very big step over the stock turbo and you will have to dial 190's so far back you are totally wasting the injector. I have 175's and even dialed way back it is smokey and hot.
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have 175/75's and powermax going in this weekend will report back but know theres lots of guys with the setups your looking for


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I guess it all depends on how you look at the power you create with various mods. IMO, if one is going to go with a Powermax, they simply are gaining anything by using Injectors that are 175cc and larger. Sure you might squeeze out a few extra ponies but it isnt like you can sustain that power level like you could if you went with some 155/30s. I highly recommend properly matching your injectors with the turbo you intend to run for a while. If you are planning to use the PM as a stepping stone to a larger turbo setup down the road and need to buy something because your stocker took a dump on you, then fine but buying to run indefinitely and use with anything from 175/75 and above injectors is just wasting fuel IMO. I have 190/100s that I am using with a modded LBZ turbo and it is just too much fuel, but I plan to go to a larger turbo setup here in a few months so that is why I say it is all about what you plan to do. Hope this helps.

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The best injector for the Powermax would be Jesse Warren's stock+ which flow about 153cc. The Powermax is not a very big step over the stock turbo and you will have to dial 190's so far back you are totally wasting the injector. I have 175's and even dialed way back it is smokey and hot.
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Good to know.. Thx guys.

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