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Need to know if stock injectors with a bigger nozzle will work or be any good!!

Will putting say 50% nozzles on stock injectors mess them up or do I need to get a bigger cc injector!!


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What are the goals for your truck and what is done to it? That would make it easier to answer your question.

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So far intake,4in straight pipe,egr delete. And getting the blue spring upgrade soon and an sct I just want to know if bigger nozzles will work with stock injectors


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The answer is yes you can put bigger nozzles on stock injectors. Depends on your definition of "will it work" whether the outcome will achieve what you want. It will add power up top and smoke more down low adding to EGT's.

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If I did the nozzles befor the sct will that harm anything!!! Probably just be laggy I'm guessing!!


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Yes, the pulse width on the injectors will need to be adjusted or it is going to smoke and get hot down low. I would suggest you get the SCT and a tune before worrying about injectors. Just the tune will put you in the 380-400 rwhp zone.

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What are the best tunes out right now


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Maybe you should start a thread with Hi my name is _____ I have a _____ I use it to ______ and i'd like it to ____________

What would be the best and least expensive or in some cases most expensive way to accomplish the above goals..

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