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Old 11-22-2009, 06:36 PM
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Well i got a 97 f250 7.3l... Im trying to fing injectors or injector nozzels for a reasonable price. Im looking for atleast 100-150hp adding.. I just dont want to spend thousands of dollars on it.. Anyone know of reasonably priced nozzels or full injectors..?
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Old 11-22-2009, 07:19 PM
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Old 11-22-2009, 07:20 PM
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To get 100-150 whp you will HAVE to spend thousands to keep it reliable and able to use it like its meant to be used. I would suggest atleast having a triple disk billet converter, shift kit or valvebody upgrade at minimun, and make sure the tranny is in good healthy working order and put a big cooler on it too. I would get a superduty 17* HPOP or an Adrenaline for a little extra, then get some 160cc injectors with stock nozzles, I would suggest a turbo upgrade and possible intercooler upgrade as well but its not needed if you dont tow heavy. Get a 6 position chip and make sure the fuel system is up to running the 160cc injectors and filtered good as well. Also make sure that the head gaskets are in good n proper specs or your just gonna rip it all apart to fix that again too. With these mods you should be around 300-350 and honestly that should be a fun and good working truck still. To get 150 whp reliably is not extremly expensive but you will want to set up the truck so that it will last with the new found power. Your going to want to have fun with it, Also your setting yourself up for more power as money allows. Going with a bigger turbo, gettings nozzles and custom tunes with the adrenaline and having a fully built tranny will put some power to the ground!!! These motors can make some massive power but they do cost alot of money compared to other models of trucks. But the 7.3 if not too extreme and takin care of will last you a long long time of reliable and valuable power over and over again
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Check out rosewood injectors tho, their probably the best for the old body styles as far as prices go.
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Im looking at gettin my tranny built soon from a local place. They did my buddies and he pulls the sled and has around 600hp and doesnt have any problems with the tranny holding it. So after that its injecters and a fuel system..
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you dont have to spend thousands to get 100-150 over stock. OBS trucks dyno around 170 stock

Over a year ago when I just had an intake, exhaust, TW tunes and stage 1 injectors I made 300 and 585 and that was on my street tune. Thats 130 over stock right there, but I would suggest an IC with that setup. and +1 for RDS injectors
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I'll convert your injectors to stage 1's for $***.** complete with new Ford O-rings installed ready to drop in. ******* ******* ** ** *** *** ****
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