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Old 02-09-2013, 10:21 AM
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Trying to decide on injectors...

I know there's a million posts about injectors but I'm pulling my engine in a couple days and figured while its out I'll replace them.

I'm thinking I'm going to send mine in and get them re manned to stage 1's.

Any recommendations on where to send them ? Or who is the cheapest.

I don't have any major plans for this truck. Going to put the new wicked wheel in my stock turbo while its out too. Truck has intake and exhaust. And a 6pos.

I know everyone says go bigger and tune them down until you get the supporting mods. But I don't plan on putting all the supporting a mods to run hybrids on this thing. Hpop fuel system etc.

I will be putting that in my other obs but this is just a work rig.




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Old 02-09-2013, 10:34 AM
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rosewood has cheap rebuilds starting at $500 but i can range to $1250 depending on what needs to be replaced on the injectors. that's what i will be doing when i replace them. by the way you have a awesome looking truck would you mine posting some full size pics of it I'm looking for more ideas.
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Trying to decide on injectors...

Just figured some stage ones and the wicked with some tunes would give me a nice boost in power


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Old 02-09-2013, 10:43 AM
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Trying to decide on injectors...

Okay yeah rosewoods is what I was thinking. The injectors has 380000 k on them. I'm hoping it'll only cost 500 bucks but I doubt that's going to be the case


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Old 02-09-2013, 10:48 AM
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rosewood has cheap rebuilds starting at $500 but i can range to $1250 depending on what needs to be replaced on the injectors. that's what i will be doing when i replace them. by the way you have a awesome looking truck would you mine posting some full size pics of it I'm looking for more ideas.
Here are some pics.

I have two trucks the black one and the grey ext can short box which is the work truck. The black truck got written off but the frame is about to get straightened. Nothing else was damaged thanks to the bumper I built lol. So she will be back on the road in no time.

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Old 02-09-2013, 10:52 AM
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Trying to decide on injectors...

And here is my other truck. I will be building a flat deck for it in the next couple weeks and taking off the fender flares!

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Old 02-09-2013, 11:16 AM
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man those looks awesome
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Re: Trying to decide on injectors...

What did you get the seats out of and what did you have to modify for them they look sik

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Rosewood. Jim is a great guy. I had mine done at rosewood stage 1s and they work great. Yeah, they can range to 1250 but mine costed 550 with 210000 miles on my truck.
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I would agree in this scenario to just send them in to jim. 160/stock nozzle with the billet WW2 dyno'ed 400 hp on php live tuning. I would recommend all new nozzles though for the rebuild.
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