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Old 05-31-2010, 12:29 AM
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Whats the most Motor HP you can get with stock injectors I have PMR's and don't want to push it the only other thing I plan on upgrading motor wise is a 38r if I can stop spending the money im savin up on other crap.
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with stock injectos probably around 340ish.

From what I read a 38r with stock injectors is not worth the money. why dish out $1800 on a turbo when you will see little to no difference? If you plan on staying with stock injectors just add a few things to the stock turbo to make it happier (ww, 1.0 etc)
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small hybrids are better on pmr's than stock injectors and a chip... call beans diesel.
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Old 06-04-2010, 02:27 PM
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Single shot stage 1's..better mpgs and unless you need more than 350+ HP way easyer on your pocket book than Hybrids.
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Old 06-04-2010, 04:40 PM
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I have tossed around getting injectors just seems like people that have bigger injectors are the ones throwin rods I could be wrong I would rather wait on getting injectors untill I can afford forged rods. I know you gota pay to play but this is my only rig and can't afford for any big catastrophies. as for the 38r I can get one for between 1400-1500 And I have heard they do make a differance with stock injectors but thats just what I have heard.
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I have tossed around getting injectors just seems like people that have bigger injectors are the ones throwin rods I could be wrong I would rather wait on getting injectors untill I can afford forged rods. I know you gota pay to play but this is my only rig and can't afford for any big catastrophies. as for the 38r I can get one for between 1400-1500 And I have heard they do make a differance with stock injectors but thats just what I have heard.
theres a set of rods on here for 300$ right now..buy them...

also you wont throw a rod just dont be an idiot.. you tromp on the ole pedal everyday 24/7 ****s going to break no matter what..
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Old 06-04-2010, 11:45 PM
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I don't realy get on it much diesel is too damn expensive 3.29 a gal my fuel bill is about 350-400 a month but I do like to get on it every now and then but it's not a everyday thing. started lookin at sticks on beans these prety decent not to bad of price im guessin these are the single shot stage 1's you was talkin about.http://beansdieselperformance.com/st...od&productId=4

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