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Old 11-17-2007, 03:24 PM
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stock injector CC's?

Im starting to think about doing a set of the DIY injector kits and was wondering how many cc's the stock injectors flow.
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Old 11-17-2007, 03:30 PM
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Your injectors stock should be 120cc...
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120 cc's I believe
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Old body style trucks are about 90cc's

Early 99 super duty trucks are about 120cc's

Late 99-03 Super duty trucks are about 140cc's
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alright i have a 2000 so how much would 160cc injectors really give me?
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I just did a set of the DIY injectors for Jim. I went with stage 2 single shots and had him do 180cc's since I have big oil. These things really are surprisingly easy to do and the kit is complete with everything you'll need. I actually enjoyed this job ..

These injectors woke my truck up! Now it really hauls balls!

Your injectors are stock AD's split shot and flow 140cc.. Single shots that flow 160cc are a great improvement in performance and economy and you won't be disappointed! I will fore-warn you, you'll need programming for you truck to run single shots or its gonna run like crap!

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Old 11-17-2007, 10:31 PM
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i have a program on ther now but i have no idea what it is, it was on there when i bought the truck from the dealer but i plan on getting that taken off and getting the TS chip. how about the tranny? can it take it? also im kinda new here big oil? im assuming thats the high preassure oil system? would i need a built one for the 160cc's?
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What he means is you need special tuning programmed for the larger sticks, something you defintely don't have now. When running performance tunes on our trucks your injectors will call for more oil than what the HPOP can put out, this will set the SES light and throw the dreaded 1211 code, nothing wrong or being hurt it is just thrown when the parameters exceed a given level, but it does mean you aren't getting full benefit out of the tunning either. It usually takes WOT, or close to it, for more than 7 sec to set the code, most of us just live with it, others who aren't "married with children" go for BIG OIL = Big $$$, this involves running two pumps to keep up with what the injectors are calling for. You are looking at $1,800-$2,000 for Big Oil if you do the wrenching yourself. Bob at dieselsite has been working on a beefed up single pump for a couple years now but nothing has been released as of yet and he is being tight lipped about his progress, this could mean he is getting close or simply gave up, lol!! Larger injectors lead to a larger turbo and then big oil, and then water/meth injection to keep EGT's down so it's a big step to take, but if you follow through with it you will have a permanent grin on your face!!
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I have that grin!

I opted for the stealth big oil and purchased the DIY kit for $900, then found a second pump off Ebay for $225, another $100 or so in fittings so I'm in my big oil setup for$1225-ish and the DIY injectors were $960 .. But I will warn you, the DIY stuff isn't for everyone so make sure to do the research on what you're getting yourself into first!
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