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Old 02-03-2008, 06:25 PM
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diy injectors

anyone try this?

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Old 02-03-2008, 06:28 PM
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I'm fixing to do a Stage II Single Shot Kit from them. Just waiting on my donor injectors to get here so they can be built and tested before tearing my truck apart.
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PSDfan99 just did it and he said it was a lot easier than he thought it would be. You can send him a PM to ge more info.
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Old 02-04-2008, 06:46 AM
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I have the Stage2c kit in my truck right now. Basically is converts the stock split-shots into stage2 single-shots. The kit is very well put together and includes everything you will need. You don't need to be a full on mechanic to build these injectors, it's not that hard to do. All you really need is a clean working environment, and plenty of time so you can carefully disassemble and reassemble all 8 injectors. One piece of advise I can give you is to do your homework before you jump into building injectors. Look at pictures and exploded diagrams of injectors, basically gather any good information you can so you know exactly what your getting into. If you have any other questions, post up here and I'll see if I can help you. If I can't help you, then just call Jim Rose (owner of DIY-injectors) and talk with him, his number is on their website. I'm very satisfied with the diy's to say the least, it's like I'm driving a whole different truck now!
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Old 02-04-2008, 09:39 AM
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would like to do this to mine but have a few ?s. Will the injectors out of the 96, 97 models work to rebulild for my early 99. And would this be a starting point for mods or better to start with chip.
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Old 02-04-2008, 11:20 AM
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would like to do this to mine but have a few ?s. Will the injectors out of the 96, 97 models work to rebulild for my early 99. And would this be a starting point for mods or better to start with chip.
Start with an intake, exhaust, gauges and a chip. Besides, if you have an early99 and you try to run the single shot injectors with stock tuning it will run like crap. The early99 comes stock with split shot injectors.
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Old 02-04-2008, 11:35 AM
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would like to do this to mine but have a few ?s. Will the injectors out of the 96, 97 models work to rebulild for my early 99. And would this be a starting point for mods or better to start with chip.
The 97 should have AB's and should be the same as your early 99. The 96 may have AA or AB. These will work fine if you keep the split shot design, but as said in above post, it will run like crap with singles if you don't change your programing.
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Old 02-04-2008, 04:28 PM
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im not looking to hot rod, stock is all i wanna do. im gonna do the glow plugs, so while im in there....... would you rate it any more difficult than a holley rebuild?
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Old 02-04-2008, 04:33 PM
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if your not looking to hotrod, then just get a chip, Either Tony Wildman or DP-Tuner. Don't look to fuel injectors unless your looking for much more power. The chip will provide with a pretty great power boost over stock, and that may meet your needs and wants. I say hold off on the injectors for now.
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