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Old 02-20-2014, 02:17 PM
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155cc 30% injector question

So I have a injector that has gone bad on my 03 6.0. I am going to go through warren to have them rebuilt and the 155cc with the 30% nozzle. Do I have to get a custom tune for these injectors on my SCT. Any advise is greatly appreciated.
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You don't have to, but it's recommend if you want better milage, more power, less smoke and just a better all around running truck. For the price of a custom tune $75... Why wouldn't you want a custom tune?
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I was just wondering. I live in CA and don't know if the shops can do custom tunes anymore because of the C.A.R.B. laws regarding the tuners.
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You can get custom tunes online but I'm not sure if you would pass an emissions test.
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A new tune would be worth the money IMO. But as said I dunno how y'all's emissions test are done ect
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you can always return to stock for testing...just sayin.
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You can get custom tunes online but I'm not sure if you would pass an emissions test.

If the tuner is able to produce a good, clean tune with virtually no soot.. It will pass.
We have 7.3 and 6.0 customers in California that run our modified stock custom file to pass emissions
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I live in socal and I'm running 175/30's and they clean up nice even with custom tuning. I would highly recommend running a custom tune. Its night and day difference between stock and tunes. U can see all my mods in my sig, and even with all that ill still be able to pass an emissions inspection.

Pm me if u have some more questions..

Also, why are u wanting to go with 155's over say a 175? My 175's barely smoke when on the proper tune.
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IMO I would skip the 155/30... save your money and just get 155/stock or 175 stock. The stock nozzles are plenty big enough to dump all the fuel in a 155cc injector. It would be a much better investment to get 175/stock and upgrade the long side solenoids.


155/stock on a stock tune will run very close to stock. They are cheaper. And you will get the same performance as 155/30. Now 175/30 would make more sense and is a great idea also but might be too big for your application if you don't ever plan on upgrading your turbo.
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