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Injectors???

I have a 1995 7.3 powerstroke and the injectors seem to be getting weak I am Guna replace them but have a couple questions . Should I go back with stock or a stage 1 and if I go to stage 1 do I need to upgrade my fuel system ? And what are the benefits of going stage 1 ??
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I moved this thread hoping to get this person some advice because that is what we do here. We help each other out. Now I know someone out there can give this person some advice that they are asking for.

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I just responded to the thread in the General section.

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What if any modifications have been done so far? If your mechanical fuel pump is in good condition you do not need to upgrade for stage I's. Same goes for your Hpop. The advantage is more power if you have supporting mods.

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I have a 1995 7.3 powerstroke and the injectors seem to be getting weak I am Guna replace them but have a couple questions . Should I go back with stock or a stage 1 and if I go to stage 1 do I need to upgrade my fuel system ? And what are the benefits of going stage 1 ??
How do you know they are weak? Have you done a buzz test? How many miles on them? What do you mean "go back to stock"? Are you running performance sticks? Or do you mean you may stay with stock sticks?

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