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Old 01-02-2009, 08:35 AM
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WTB 6.0 Injectors

I'm looking for around 200cc injectors, just wondering where the best places to get them from are. And after that what turbo to go with all that fuel?
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I wouldn't personally go any bigger than a 190cc injector for a street truck that's still going to tow anything. Casserly or Hypermax would be my first 2 choices. Industrial injection also makes them. There are many choices as far as turbos go too. You can run a modded VGT or go with a fixed geometry turbo. The bigger you go the more streetability you can lose. But depending on how much fuel you want to inject, your EGT's and/or drive pressures can become an issue too. You'll want a properly matched setup for the type of driving you intend to do.

on edit: I don't see a fuel system in your sig. You will need to upgrade your fuel system to feed the injectors properly too. Your stock HCFM pump won't keep up.
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so on 190cc i can still run street?
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whats wrong with the stock ones?
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not enough fuel/power .... always need more
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with 190's you can still maintain streetability fairly easily. Also remember when you get to that level your tranny probably isn't long for this world... there goes another $4-5k.
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ahhh gotcha..im on stock sticks..stock turbo..just did fuel pumps and regulated the pressure..theres still alot of fuel to be had from the stock sticks just no one wants to use them properly.

you should list what you have planned for the truck and it would give everyone a better idea as to what you should get or what everyone would recommend getting

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with 190's you can still maintain streetability fairly easily. Also remember when you get to that level your tranny probably isn't long for this world... there goes another $4-5k.
i can tell you all about that!!
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Old 01-02-2009, 09:16 AM
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ahhh gotcha..im on stock sticks..stock turbo..just did fuel pumps and regulated the pressure..theres still alot of fuel to be had from the stock sticks just no one wants to use them properly.

you should list what you have planned for the truck and it would give everyone a better idea as to what you should get or what everyone would recommend getting
I know with the 190's i'd need bigger turbo, built trans, and all kinds of hoped up fuel system to support it all.

But what you're saying with stock sticks and just bigger pump / more pressure you're getting a lot more power out of it, there is that much power left to be had behind the stock sticks ??
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im no expert but im running stock sticks, holding 60psi fine, running nitrous and going down the track at 12.3 in an extended cab long bed truck, no traction bars or anything like that.

i would say yes
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im no expert but im running stock sticks, holding 60psi fine, running nitrous and going down the track at 12.3 in an extended cab long bed truck, no traction bars or anything like that.

i would say yes
Yeah, but your trucks a freak of nature...

In some cases with proper tuning I've heard of 450'ish RWHP out of stock turbo and sticks. Nitrous will improve that a little bit. I don't think there's more to be had on stock parts. 12.3 is smokin' fast though. It all depends on what the OP wants to do. I don't drag my truck, and I rarely pull it. But I've got a 500rwhp goal on fuel myself. Just for me... Someday I want to put mine on the 1/4 mile. When its all said and done I'll be happy with low 13's on fuel, and if I want to spray it I would expect to hit low 12's. That's about $10k in to the future though...
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