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Old 08-07-2010, 12:25 PM
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Beans Diesel Injectors. Who has some?

I am looking at getting some Beans Diesel Injectors. I am thinking I just want to go with Stage 1 injectors. I am not looking to do anything else to truck except what is in my sig now. Should I go with stage 1 or stage 2 injectors? Anybody have Beans injectors and Beans tunes? Do you like them and have you had any problems?
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Old 08-07-2010, 12:30 PM
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Make sure you get single shots. If you want swamps let me know I am a dealer for them and I can get you a deal on them. PM me if you want.
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Old 08-07-2010, 12:57 PM
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Ive got the single shot stage II's in mine and Beans also reburned my TS chip to run the injectors. Couldnt ask for a better setup. They helped with any questions I had also very friendly. Just call them tell them the setup you are wanting to run and they will fix you up.
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i think you should go with the st II's 160/100. or possibly hybrids. beans has a new hpop comin out and i think that would be somethin to look into. you have forged rods and already have a van turbo. with a stout hpop, st II's, and some good tunes you can put 450 pretty easy or you could go up to a 238/80 hybrid and make over 500 in a hot tune or have them tuned down to be smoke free and very streetable. just give them a call at beans and pick their brains
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Ya I definetley want single shots which is what Beans sells. I kinda want stage 2s but dont want to have to be replacing other stuff in the future. Thats why i was thinking stage 1s. I guess Ill have to do some more research. The truck is primarily a daily driver.
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Old 08-08-2010, 07:58 AM
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stage I's are pointless dude
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stage I's are pointless dude
They are if you have a late 99 and up. its only 20cc more from stock. So stage 2's is where its at.
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Big difference..better MPG's, HPOP will keep up with singles were hot tunes and splits usually won't.

Stage 2's will require a much better clutch and a new turbo.
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Big difference..better MPG's, HPOP will keep up with singles were hot tunes and splits usually won't.

Stage 2's will require a much better clutch and a new turbo.
Unless detuned.
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Old 08-09-2010, 04:37 PM
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Whats the point then of getting larger Inj's. Hell get hybrids with 30% tips and pay even more $$ for inj's that can't flow fuel.
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