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Old 02-15-2012, 05:43 PM
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What injectors to get????

Was wondering what injectors I should get? just need more power i have a TS 6 pos chip 4in straight pipe. most bang for your buck
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Really really depends on what you plan on doing with the truck, needing more power is pretty general
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Make sure you get an intake, gauge, and custom tunes on that chip. That's if you want best bang for said buck.
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tune your chip first, after gauges, then see where your at, but hybrids, are gonna be most bang for your buck injector wise
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Everyone I've talked to has had good experiences going through rosewood diesel for their injectors. How big you go is up to what you want out of them. You're going to want bigger oil for bigger injectors as well.
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Old 02-15-2012, 06:25 PM
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tune your chip first, after gauges, then see where your at, but hybrids, are gonna be most bang for your buck injector wise
just curious have you ever had experience with hybrids? what was your setup if you did?
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Old 02-15-2012, 06:37 PM
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none, lol i have experience with 49 state injectors, 97 cali injectors, and SD injectors, but those were in an SD, and i love my split shots, but as far as power goes the hybrids make the most out of everything, but you are gonna want the supporting mods to make the big power, as in larger hpop, valve springs, head studs, turbo, transmission, gauges, intake, down pipe, intercooler stuff like that
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Old 02-15-2012, 08:30 PM
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none, lol i have experience with 49 state injectors, 97 cali injectors, and SD injectors, but those were in an SD, and i love my split shots, but as far as power goes the hybrids make the most out of everything, but you are gonna want the supporting mods to make the big power, as in larger hpop, valve springs, head studs, turbo, transmission, gauges, intake, down pipe, intercooler stuff like that
yeaaaa figured as much, i have the t500 in my truck,gauges....etc you know the deal hahha. I just have been kicking around the idea for what injectors to get come summer time.....id really like some stage 2's in my truck. id prob be the first guy in my area with stage 2's in an obs. who know my mind changes like the wind.
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