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Old 02-17-2008, 05:39 PM
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Question baby swamps stage 1?

does anyone have these injectors or now if they are anygood. looking 4 a set of injectors that are cheap and close to stock.

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Old 02-17-2008, 05:58 PM
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They have been a few out there than have had a set that ran good. Try a set of stage 2's from Beans Diesel or a set of DIY stage 2's.


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Old 02-17-2008, 06:05 PM
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live up n eureka. as for injectors dont want to go to much bigger than stock because i dont want to mess with the hpop and dont want the milage to suffer to much. thanks
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Old 02-17-2008, 06:52 PM
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I would look into doing the DIY stage 1C, $785. It will take about day to do. They are 160cc flow rated. DIY-Injectors.com

Have you talked to Ponci's diesel about injectors?


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no not yet. i think my #8 injector is bad, i keep keeping code p0308 misfire #8 and does the diy kit fix broken injectors?
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Old 02-17-2008, 07:16 PM
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Is it the injector or the under valve cover harness(UVC harness)? The way to check if the injector is the problem is move injector #8 to hole #6 and see if the problem moves or stays. If it moves it is the injector, if it stays at #8 it is the UVC harness.

Then when the injector is out, you can inspect it. The info you need can be had at diy-injectors.com or by calling Jim at Rosewood diesel. Maybe it is the armature gap. You need to do some testing and such.
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Not to hijack, but will the stock hpop keep up with the DIY stage 3 hybrids?
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Not from what I've read here, 2 is pushing the limits, but then I havent done it yet, only read the threads.
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Not to hijack, but will the stock hpop keep up with the DIY stage 3 hybrids?

The whole point of hybrids is to not need oil. I would set a SES light for ICP with my stage 2's quite often, but not more then twice with the hybrids.

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Not from what I've read here, 2 is pushing the limits, but then I havent done it yet, only read the threads.

Nope, hybrids are just fine with stock oil.
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Old 02-19-2008, 02:55 PM
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This is good to know, how hard would it be to pass emissions in Utah with stage 3 hybrids haha
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