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Stag 3 injectors and propane injection.

I was going to put stage 3 injectors in my early 99, but I just heard that because I run propane injection it wouldnt be a goog idea. I was told that I would blow my motor. Does anyone know if this is true, I thought that alot of guy's with big injectors ran propaane and NOS, maybe I'm wrong, or is there something else I would have to do to be able to run them together?

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IDK for sure, but I do know that pane is REALLY touchy. To much or the wrong tuning and KABOOM!
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Do you think it would be a good idea to get rid of the propane just to run those stage 3's or should I just keep my stage 1's and keep the pain?
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I would ditch it myself, If you want power, Go Hybrids and a nice turbo. I think pane is to risky. It spikes cylinder pressure like crazy. It is up to you,
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does your egt's get hot? your pistons might not apprieate both!!!!

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I like the Idea of Big injectors and Big Turbo. It alot cooler than Propane. Save it for the barbecue

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Ditch the propane...hardly anybody runs it anymore. What do you use it for? If you use it for power, replace it with nitrous, or go fuel only. I remember when I was goin to WyoTech a couple guys ran propane on theyre strokers, one was a 97 w/ a 95 engine and the other was a salvage 99. They both ran propane for power, because then nitrous was kinda thought to not be good for diesels. The saying was propane is like nitrous, for diesels...Id bet they both ditched it and went to N2O...

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Turbo and Stage 3's ,get rid of the pane

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