Originally Posted by c dog
I did search. I did not find one post with some one using the gillett spring caused the o-ring in the injectors blow out or any problems. The few people that have actually used them had no problems.
Every body that said that the PSI is too high has no experience using the gillett spring.
I'm looking for some one that has ran one in their truck and not some one that says they run too high of PSI but never used them
I ran one for a few years. In fact, it was so cheap, I bought two and put one in my friend's 6.0 (still in his truck, too). The ONLY reason that I took mine out was to see what the buzz was about the blue spring. If I wasn't so tired of wrenching on that lifted beast, I'd put the Gillette spring back in.
Aside from the 95+ at idle, I didn't see any difference. Unlike Term3, mine would drop to low 60s~mid 50s at WFO. Not saying he's wrong, but mine had been in for a couple of years before putting a PSI gauge in.
Further, I agree that there are plenty out there only parroting what they have heard about the Gillette spring (as well as other "out of the ordinary" parts/processes) without actually having used/tried it. Your obligation is to do your own research and make a decision from there. Trust me, in most forums, different is wrong. As you have seen, calling out for experience not theory gets you hate mail.
sent from a dumb guy with a smart phone