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hybrid injectors?

I am thinking about new injectors. Can someone guide me in the right direction.
Do i want hybrids? What are they? I have just heard the name?
I am never going to go real radical. Just thinking or replacing tired 125k injectors. A bit more power would be cool. Nothing crazy? The only way I would replace a turbo is if mine goes bad.
Any one have a link? Can you explain the differences? If its not too complicated?
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If you dont want a lot out of em. Just get some stage 1's. Call like Beans they are good people.

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thanks, I dont even know who beans is?
What is a hybrid injector?
I would prefer single shot? Would i need to reprogram the idm to do that?
I will google beans
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Google Beans diesel performance. Also Im not sure on the hybrids. Yes Id say you want single shots but you would need a chip programed to run them.

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i found them, 1095$ for reman stage 1's. I guess its a single shot too.
Can you just tell me what hybrid injector stands for?
heres beans description
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REMANUFACTURED Stage 1 Injectors - 160cc - 140hp gain*
Bean's Diesel Performance custom Stage 1 injectors flow 160cc's and use a stock nozzle. For the 94-97 Power Strokes, paired with good programming, are very capable of 350+hp at the wheels! That is an increase of 140hp over a stock truck with a custom chip. These are a good choice for keeping up with the newer model trucks that have more power from the factory. Towing is no problem with these injectors if you have a good tow program for your chip. These injectors are great for the 99-03 trucks because they produce 30 to 50 more hp that stock split shots. These injectors get better fuel economy than the stock split shot injectors. Switching over to single shot injecors can be benificial because less oil pressure is required to run the injectors to their full potential. So if you have a weak HPOP, these injectors have the ability to bring your pressure back up about 200-400psi

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A hybrid injector is a mix between an A code and B code injector A codes have something like a 6.0mm plunger (fuel) an i think 15mm intensifier piston (oil) and B codes have like 7.2mm plunger and 17.0mm intensifier piston. A hybrid injector takes the B code plunger and barrel and an A code piston. With that combination you can push more fuel with less oil so you are not required to run a big oil system. since your not planing on going to go big i would just get some Stage ones and some custom tunes and you will be alright on oil.

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heres a good write up on the nation
Injector Info - Powerstroke Nation

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thanks, with the stage 1'sdo I have to get a tune? can i just run the injectors at first?
It does not say anything in the description? I understand to get max out of it I do?
can i drive it with out it?
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WHat year is your truck

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2001, the one in my sig is my wifes, its a 2001 4wd auto
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