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I have a 05 PSD DBL STACKED WITH 5'' EXHAUST AND K&N COLD AIR INTAKE im looking in to getting some aftermaket5 injectors because i have already burned up 3 of then and i would like some more power what would be my best way to go ? Also i saw they have a throttle body spacer is it worth the 80 bucks and how muck hp does it get you ? thanks ....jay
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what do you mean "double stacked"?

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I think he means he has two 5" exh. stacks?
I've heard good things about casserly injectors and elite diesel, but they are a bit pricey, however IMO I would upgrade your fuel system if you go much bigger on injectors. Especially if you have already lost 3 stock injectors. At a minimum you should consider a regulated return setup. Sorry, I don't know anything about the throttle body spacers though.

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Depending on the size of the injectors will determine if you need more fuel or not, but I do agree with the above poster, a regulated return is a good idea regardless. I have 165's and I am putting on a FASS because a RR with the help of a boost-a-pump is not quite enough to feed them. If you have anything bigger than 150s I would most definately get a fuel system. I ran the stock system with the RR with the 150's. I also do not know anything about the throttle bottle spacers, but I am sure that someone will come along and give you some information. Good luck in your search for power!

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A throttle body spacer on a 6.0 is a total waste of money.

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