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Old 09-28-2007, 03:50 AM
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Elite now has bigger injectors

Elite now has bigger injectors for 60hp did anyone try them yet?
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Old 09-28-2007, 04:12 AM
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I haven't heard anybody on here yet going to bigger injectors for the 6.4. You should be the first one
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Heck ya - go for it and let us know how it goes Is exciting to hear about all these mods for the 6.4 comming out!
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Old 09-28-2007, 05:10 AM
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Elite now has bigger injectors for 60hp did anyone try them yet?
Yeah I heard about them and they also have 110hp injectors in the works as well. I asked around about them and here is pretty much what anyone has said about them........ You can get them if you want to spend the 2100 bucks plus a core if you have the money to blow. They will give you more power but they aren't necessary.....yet. Simply because no one knows the true limit of the new injectors on 6.4 and at 2100 bucks just for 60hp injectors and the pain it would be to install, I looked and it aint going to easy, its not really worth it. I'm waiting on the new intercooler, according to some there is over a 25% loss in the stock intercooler. The computer programming is quite dialed in yet for both the motor and tranny......so I guess what I'm saying is that for 2100 bucks (2100) it might be wiser to wait and see what limits can be pushed with things that are less expensive and make more of a difference.......don't get me wrong I'd want them bad, real bad, but everyone I talked to said wait and see what happens after SEMA
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Old 09-28-2007, 05:12 AM
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I do alot of work on high performance CATs c-15, injectors are the best way to go but alot more work. The performance is through the whole range and not detectable, go check ' truck pulls rodeo' on you tube and also check all the races on rodeo 2007
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Old 09-28-2007, 05:17 AM
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I do alot of work on high performance CATs c-15, injectors are the best way to go but alot more work. The performance is through the whole range and not detectable, go check ' truck pulls rodeo' on you tube and also check all the races on rodeo 2007
I wish I could check youtube but stupid firewall at work won't let me .....I believe your statement that injectors are a great way to go....but all I'm sayings that it a pretty steep price and pain in the azz install for just 60hp and none, to my knowledge as well as other, of the 6.4 have been pushed that far yet.....heck companies are still trying to get around regen
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Old 09-28-2007, 06:08 AM
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With the injectors I think that a regen delete will be necessary so a chip will still be needed.
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lets see....the duramax uses the exact same type of injectors......but the ford injectors will flow more fuel.....

Duramaxes are getting over 700 HP out of stock injectors.....:whistle:

this aint your grand daddies diesel....u cant use some of the older theory on them. As far as regen delete....or injectors go.....kiss your warranty goodbye if you do....

Install injectors wrong, and the first indication will be the hole in your hood from the 28,000 PSI stream of fuel that will come out.....
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Old 09-28-2007, 06:19 AM
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Install injectors wrong, and the first indication will be the hole in your hood from the 28,000 PSI stream of fuel that will come out.....
Nice now that I would have to see.....
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Old 09-28-2007, 07:51 AM
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Chips do produce more fuel duration but to produce the most flow at a precise moment in the stroke the injectors have to flow more. You can increase injector duration and yes more power is produced but just not as optimized as with injectors that flow more. I agree it's not a task for everyone and much more expensive to meet most people's needs or what the rest of the truck can handle.
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