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hybrid injectors????

not planning for them any time soon but had some questions. first why are they called hybrids? what do u need on ur truck to run them? i see people running them on a stock hpop....how is that? i have a electric fuel system and was wondering if my fuel system witha 17 hpop would i be able to run them?
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The biggest advantage with Hybrids is they push a LOT of fuel and you can run them with a stock 17* HPOP.
What makes them a Hybrid is the Plunger & Barrel assembly inside. Think of the injector as a large syringe, and these P&B's are much larger in diameter, so you push more fuel per stroke because there's more volume to push.
The oil side of the injector doesn't change so you can use a stock 17* HPOP.

Make sense?

What else do you need? Well, you don't need anything.
But if you want to take full advantage of the power they are capable of, then you need a very large turbo, head studs, fuel system, good tunes, built trans/clutch, and so on...
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so if i run them with a 17hpop and a d66 will they run pretty nice?

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Yup but to take full advantage of them get everything I have in my sig plus a nice turbo. Thats is whats holding me back oh well

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D66 and Hybrids...not a combo I'd use! You will also need a $1k clutch.
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i wouldnt run hybrids with a d66 buts thats just me.

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how much power gains compared to stage 1's with my set up (intercooler soon to come)
also are they smokey like stage 1's?
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how much power gains compared to stage 1's with my set up (intercooler soon to come)
also are they smokey like stage 1's?
You need a LOT of other parts upgraded to take full advantage of the Hybrids.
238 cc Hybrids are well known to be in the 550 hp range with all the supporting mods. Your Stage-1's with stock turbo etc now are around 300 hp.
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