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Old 02-27-2009, 03:18 PM
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01 injectors for 97

I have a 1997 F250 4x4 and was wondering if i could put 01 injectors into my truck. What cc are they and addtional mods to support them. Also if anyone has them for sall of thoughts?
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meant to say sale or thoughts?!?
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I have no idea but here is a bump for ya!
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anyone know?
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anyone know?
Well i know you cant just put them and run them without a custom chip or some thing because yours are single shot (unless its a CA truck) and superdutys are split shot injectors, now im not even sure it can be done with custom tunes but maybe it can be. But if you want more power or bigger injectors why not take your out and send them to jim at rosewood diesel, he will rebuild your to stage 1 (160CC), and superdutys are 130CC i believe so they are even bigger then superdutys, and it only costs $475 to get your rebuilt to stage 1's from jim.
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Well a buddy just redid his in his 01 and I was looking to buy them from him and get them rebuilt anyways. Just wondered if it was possible to do it along with the custom tunes.
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yes it is possible, I would love to have them for mine as it is a cali truck and no new tunes are required.
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big blue i have a set for sale if your interested.
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You can run Split Shots in a Single Shot truck with no programming changes needed.
You can try them if they're free, but most that have done it (and there are a few) said the gains are only 'OK'. I wouldn't pay money for them because even as cores if you wanted Stage-1's it costs a lot of money to convert them.
You're best bet is still Single Shot Stage-1's for most power increase.
If you have AB Splits in a CA truck, then these would not even show a noticeable increase in power.
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