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Hey guys, just wondering what are the biggest injectors i can run on the stock fuel pump, hpop, ect. The only thing done to the truck is bulletproofing it, k&n intake, 5" exhaust, stage 2 vgt turbo, and sct with idp tunes. I need to know what would be a good option for the truck, size and brand, and i want to be able to pull it in the stock class at truck pulls. I can change injectors but not pumps, so anyone have any suggestions with this setup?
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Hey guys, just wondering what are the biggest injectors i can run on the stock fuel pump, hpop, ect. The only thing done to the truck is bulletproofing it, k&n intake, 5" exhaust, stage 2 vgt turbo, and sct with idp tunes. I need to know what would be a good option for the truck, size and brand, and i want to be able to pull it in the stock class at truck pulls. I can change injectors but not pumps, so anyone have any suggestions with this setup?
I haven't ran 6.0 injectors besides stock. I'm going to say don't run a bigger injector tell you have a bigger fuel pump. With a fuel pump I would say 190s with 100 nozzles?, on stock
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Jeez read your post to quickly, not to sure on the pulling part sorry. Maybe a good custom tune would help you keep up your fp with bigger injectors.

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Best option would be Cass's 155's will get you 500hp..we sell them..
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Best option would be Cass's 155's will get you 500hp..we sell them..
I bought my Cass 155's from them and they ran fine on stock fuel pump.



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I was able to run Elite's 185s with the stock fuel pump and a regulated return for a while. never had fuel pressure issues. You just need to make sure you are usig good fuel and shanging fuel filters regularly.

Your stock HPOP should be good for 205s , maybe 225s if you have a strong one, but the fuel pump probably won't handle that.

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I was able to run Elite's 185s with the stock fuel pump and a regulated return for a while. never had fuel pressure issues. You just need to make sure you are usig good fuel and shanging fuel filters regularly.

Your stock HPOP should be good for 205s , maybe 225s if you have a strong one, but the fuel pump probably won't handle that.
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Awesome! Got some good ideas now, Thanks for the advise guys! Just gotta scratch up some cash and they'll be the next addition.
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My stock fuel pump after 100k miles wouldnt hold pressure with stock injectors on a good race tune.. all depends on the health of the pump IMO...

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My stock fuel pump after 100k miles wouldnt hold pressure with stock injectors on a good race tune.. all depends on the health of the pump IMO...
Exactly!!! A healthy OEM pump can support some moderately sized injectors. Clean fuel and fresh filters will hopefully keep it healthy

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Ahh true, never thought of that. I'll have to make sure thats up to snuff before i do anything else. Filters get changed all the time so it should be getting good clean fuel, but with 140k on it, its possible that the pump is getting weak.
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