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Old 12-01-2009, 03:31 AM
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eans stage 1 injectors question

They sell rebuilt for 1200$(stage 1) or new for 2000$
The reading I have done on ijectors, says the reman or rebuilt ones have a much greater failure rate, is this just applying to original stock ones? I dont have a ton of cash 800 less seams good.
Any thoughts
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Old 12-01-2009, 08:09 AM
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New or rebuilt, you can still get a junk set... but your odds are less with a new set. My friend got a set that washed down his cylinder walls with fuel and toasted his motor....

In all honesty what are your plans with the truck. You are going to barely notice a difference with stage 1's... For 2k you can get a set of hybrids...
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Old 12-01-2009, 08:44 AM
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MOst places especially companies as big as beans are, they flow bench every single injector that leaves the shop if Im not mistakin. You can still get a bad injector but it will be later on down the road when the parts inside fails. You shouldnt have a set like he had that complety ruins motor unless you just dont wanna pull it back out to get replaced. Most places will still give you a 1 year warrenty with purchase of a new part reman injector.... and sometimes more....
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Old 12-01-2009, 08:44 AM
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just drive it. I would prefer single shot's. I think they run better.
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They are a better injector, a little louder but better in almost every other way possible.... They are more expensive too tho lol
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Old 12-01-2009, 10:09 AM
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the beans stage 1's they are single shot right?
Can i run those with out any electrical mods to the idm or anything? I dont have custom tunes? I am not asking if i can run them 100 percent efficient with out tunes, just can i use them with out tunes?
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Old 12-01-2009, 10:32 AM
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If your split shots now and trying to run single shots without having custom tunes it wont run right at all!!!

The timing of the single shots is If I remember right 10 degrees higher or lower I am not sure which way off the top of mu head. But at Idle it will be really hard to start and lope like nobody's business lol its not the best thing to do.... If yours are still running ok now I would just save for the custom tunes.... It will definetly be worth your money, as well you can have a 4 position or a 2 position or whatever you want up to six on most tuners and dp up to 15.... most go buy each tune as far as pricing anyways and you can add on later with more mods or just to add more variety.....

Hope this helps
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i called beans, have to have custom tunes. Thats 600 bucks. Plus the 1100 for injectors. I am gonna check with riffraff diesel too. I wanted to just get injectors. But i wont buy anything if its not flow tested first.
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Old 12-01-2009, 11:10 AM
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I agree I wouldnt risk it, Check with dp tuning I know they could do you with like two tunes and it would only be like $300 extra on top of injectors for their f5. You would really like their tunes too..... Maybe something like the 80 economy daily driver and then the 40hp tow tunes would set you up good for now and cheap.

Also theirs beans, rosewood, swamps, DDP, Industrial injection, diesel performance plus, casserly thats most the bigger names. Theirs alot more out there too lol those are just the ones I know off the top of head real quick.
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whats fs?
If i buy beans injectors, do i havr to use beans tunes? Could i get the tunes from DP?
injectors from beans? Not that dp's arent good. I just have no idea. I am not looking to race the truck. I have to save cash to buy this stuff. I would like to know how much i need..
thx for the help
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