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Old 02-02-2013, 06:37 PM
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Injector choices.

How do Innovative 155's flow in comparison to Warren Diesels 155's? Anyone tried both or have documentation from a flow bench??? If you logged injector duty & contribution or have dyno sheets of one or the other I'd like to see. I'm looking for facts only... opinions tend to amp everyone up and things start to get elementary.
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Everybody's 155's are going to be similar given the same size nozzles.
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Everybody's 155's are going to be similar given the same size nozzles.
They "should" if built properly right? I'm not impulsive enough to take the plunge on injectors without solid proof of a reliable injector. I would guess both companies have plenty of documentation to satisfy my questions. I'll be making some calls on Monday.

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Not sure if datalogging is as big a deal in the diesel community as it is in the foreign car community. I had an Audi a few years back with an aftermarket supercharger bolted to it's naturally aspirated V6. Spent more time on the Dyno getting tuned and logged than it did on the road. When it was on the road laptop was always sitting shotgun what a PITA!!! Anyways I plan to log the hell out of my truck and post my results.

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Cass at FF flow's test all his and has a excellent reputation..we carry his Inj's if I can help please PM me.
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Ditto for full force injectors !!
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Not sure if datalogging is as big a deal in the diesel community as it is in the foreign car community. I had an Audi a few years back with an aftermarket supercharger bolted to it's naturally aspirated V6. Spent more time on the Dyno getting tuned and logged than it did on the road. When it was on the road laptop was always sitting shotgun what a PITA!!! Anyways I plan to log the hell out of my truck and post my results.
I am also from the tuner car realm.....I ran an RX-7 with a Microtech EMS that spent many hours tuning with the laptop sitting shotgun.
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I am also from the tuner car realm.....I ran an RX-7 with a Microtech EMS that spent many hours tuning with the laptop sitting shotgun.
I had to use VW/Audi interfacing software (VAG-COM) and had to have my ECU chipped in order to edit parameters. German cars are costly--- F*** owning one ever again.

So coming from the tuner car side I'm sure you taken back by how far diesels have come in the last 15-20 years. I had a 1993 6.5 TD mechanically fueled GMC sierra 2500 in high school.... simple and under powered piece of equipment right there.
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Old 02-04-2013, 02:32 AM
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Jesse Warren also flows all your injectors when you send them to him. Personally I'd save a few bucks and send your injectors to him and either get 155/stock or 175/stock for under $700. He's a great guy to deal with and definitely stands behind his product.
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I'm pretty sure I've got one injector down, maybe more. It's down on power, surges under acelleration and puffs blue smoke after a long idle and also until it gets up to temp. I need to get it on a computer to see which injectors need replacing...I'm really considering just doing them all once I get in there.

I talked to Jesse a while ago and at that time it was $500 per set...did his prices go up?
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Re: Injector choices.

Depends on what you're looking at. I believe he did raise his prices a little bit recently. Give him a call and talk to him. Still worth it in my opinion. I don't recall exactly what I paid for my 175s.

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