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Old 04-02-2013, 04:37 PM
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Injectors should be here in the AM from Renagade (190/stock) hope to put down some good numbers after the install.


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Old 04-02-2013, 04:52 PM
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Awesome. You will love your injectors from him.
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Old 04-02-2013, 05:41 PM
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Thanks! I have a few more things to do but if they come in tomorrow I'll be running to try it out. I also need to get a CCV mod just not sure what I need to buy


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A member on the org sells a plug for the intake. And the rest you can buy at a local hardware store. That is how I done mine. All you need is the hose and a clamp.
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Here is the CCV plug for the intake I'm talking about.

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I think I can fab something pretty close to that for now to get by with till I can get that plug. Is that a filter coming off where the tubing is hooked up to? The only reason I'm asking about this now is cause I noticed a some oil there at the intake of my turbo so I need do do something soon. I've only had my powermax for about 15k mi. I just don't want to mess it up. On my last oil change I went to T6 so I'm not sure if that made a difference?


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Not trying to be negative Nancy here, but is there a reason you went with a stock nozzle?
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After talking with Sheldon about it it seemed to be my best choice for my budget at this time. In time I may do something a little different but right now I'm just trying a few things.


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Not trying to be negative Nancy here, but is there a reason you went with a stock nozzle?
The nozzle size is still a unknown kinda thing. What I mean by that is, no one really knows yet at what point of CC that you need a larger nozzle. I can't recall who. But someone done some testing with injectors. Don't quote me on the size. But let's say 175/stock and 175/35. They dynoed only with the injector swap and only had around a 10rwhp gain. Try not to get too caught up in nozzle size.
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Yeah I just read yesterday like 15 pages on that. I'm really hoping for a good outcome today. Just waiting on ups


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