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Old 04-08-2013, 09:42 AM
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Rosewood stage 1 or TW chip first

I want to put Stage 1 injectors in. I think mine are starting to give me fits. I also want to buy a TW chip. Can i put the injectors in without the tuner and function alright. I dont have the funds at the moment to do both at this time but want to do both. Just wondering if i can run the injectors with out a tuner.
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Old 04-08-2013, 10:10 AM
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Pretty sure you need to have a tuner to run the Stage ones but I am not positive your best bet would be to call Jim Rosewood and ask him.
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I believe the Stage 1s will function just fine, but to get the power out of them that they are capable of you will need to have a chip tuned for them.
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Stage 1's will function perfectly fine with out tunes, that is if you have single shots and not a Cali truck, they won't do anymore than your stock calibration allows until you have custom tunes for them tho
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Thats what i was wondering if i could put the stage 1s would run alright until I can get the tuner put in. But now i was reading about the WW2 so now i dont know what i want to do.
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If you need injectors do them first.
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Do injectors, tunes, ww2, tw has free reburns anyway, but if you need sticks do them first
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Old 04-11-2013, 04:35 AM
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Thats probably the route i will take. Is there a test you can run to test your injector while there in the truck. I have around 160000 miles on these injectors, and far as i know the turbo is still orignal.
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you can buzz test them
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Old 04-11-2013, 06:33 AM
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Have a buzz test and a cyl cont test done, you can do the with an aero force gauge, scan tool, infinity from dp, and several others
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