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New injector questions?

Hey guys, I'm just starting to do a build and I have a question that I'm sure has been answered multiple times. My problem is that I can't decide in the right injectors for my truck. I'm looking to push over 700 horse and need the right turbo/injector combo... any suggestions on sizes and also who makes the most reliable injectors for this hp level? Thanks.
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Well 700hp is a big number, you will need more than just a turbo and injectors to make that kind of power. Idk how reliable your going to get our truck with those hp numbers, going to need a **** ton of supporting mods and some time to work all the bugs out.


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Assuming you have rest of the combo figured out, get the biggest, baddest, bottom of the page injectors you can find.

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700hp has only been made on fuel only by a handful of trucks. It's attainable but going to be a big task. Make sure you do your homework and are prepared to spend some money. Let us know if there is anything we can do to help
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DEEP pockets. The only people I have seen make 700 on a 7.3 are running compounds too.I don't even know what injector size, my guess would be 400/400 or bigger. At that power level you are looking at flexing the block so you will have to have a ton of money into the motor alone.

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DEEP pockets. The only people I have seen make 700 on a 7.3 are running compounds too.I don't even know what injector size, my guess would be 400/400 or bigger. At that power level you are looking at flexing the block so you will have to have a ton of money into the motor alone.
Thanks and speaking of compounds does anyone have any knowledge or experience with the set Black Widow makes? Thanks for the help guys.
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Their compounds seem really expensive (more so than what they should cost). Call up empire diesel and see what they have to say. Not a huge market for compounds on 7.3 so not a lot of companies offer them. Also call David at diesel innovations, he has experience with them and is a good guy to deal with.

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Their compounds seem really expensive (more so than what they should cost). Call up empire diesel and see what they have to say. Not a huge market for compounds on 7.3 so not a lot of companies offer them. Also call David at diesel innovations, he has experience with them and is a good guy to deal with.
Ok thanks a lot.
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