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Old 05-28-2009, 11:39 AM
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under 100cc injectores

Im interested in getting some injectores under 100cc. Im not looking to build bug power. Just slightly more. I have found about 4 injectores that seem ok but do you have any sugjestions????? And if there are milage injectores that boost some cc's that would be greatly apreciated.

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Casserly over at Full Force had some injectors that were designed for economy or atleast he used too.

Is there any reason why you wouldn't consider something like 150mm^3 injectors?
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50cc injectors out of a dirt bike ?
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50cc injectors out of a dirt bike ?
Wait... When the cc is stated is that the cc of the injector or is it the added cc compared to the stock injector...?????

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Casserly over at Full Force had some injectors that were designed for economy or atleast he used too.

Is there any reason why you wouldn't consider something like 150mm^3 injectors?

I just don't want to pay the price of 150cc injectors, otherwise Id go for it. Wont I need to change alot of the truck to deal with another 150cc's.

Besides just more power, what other benefiters do bigger injectors have. like fuel flow improvement for faster ignition or more holes in the injector nozzle.
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Get DIY injectors from Jim at Rosewood Ind.
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With proper tuning you should be able to run 150's with a stock turbo. But I would recommend studs and EGR delete before injectors
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With proper tuning you should be able to run 150's with a stock turbo. But I would recommend studs and EGR delete before injectors
definitely

Full force doesnt make them for my year.
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Am I correct that stock injectors are 130cc? Would going down on size not be a extremely expensive way to neuter the vehicle? And if it gives a gain in mpgs wouldn't the cost take a long time to recoup in mpg savings? Wouldn't it also hurt the towing capacity of the truck? Wouldn't having ficm tuning be a cheaper option if it produced gains?
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definitely

Full force doesnt make them for my year.
Did you call Ryan? Or just look at the website. The website is not accurate
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