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I don't know much about injectors and am trying to learn. Which has more power potential swamps 175/146 or full force 160cc? the full force ones don't have what size the nozzle is.

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160cc Full force come with stock nozzles..should get up to 350-375HP with the correct support mods and the stock nozzles will get the best fuel atomization.
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I have used Full Force and had great success! Would recommend them highly.
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not to steal the thread but i am along the same lines. I was looking at Rosewood Premium Stage II/c injectors. They look like they are what i am after. also down the road getting a Garrett 38r turbo to support them. Any recommendations on those? I was considering the full force as well.
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IMO..38r is taxed with stage 2's the back pressure starts getting high and they run out of air..Modded H2e much better turbo.
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Is there really even a noticeable difference in 175 and 160cc?

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Cass's 180 CC stage 1-2's will be noticed. 20cc..40-50HP
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