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Old 06-08-2013, 07:02 AM

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nozzels or whole injectors

I am looking to get a little more power out of my truck right now i'm on the stock turbo with a basic ts chip, 4" exhaust and intake, i saw that i can get 100% over stock nozzels for the stock injectors is it worth doing just nozzels for now because its half the price of stage one injectors or should i just wait save the money and get injectors, i plan on rebuilding the stock turbo maybe with a 1.0 exhaust housing and a new ww2 its a bit cheeper than buying a
38r at this point also thinking of getting a modded hpop just to freshing things up, already have upgraded fuel spring at the bowl, let me know your thoughts on this just trying to figure out which route to go
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Old 06-08-2013, 07:09 AM
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Id just go with custom tunes for now over nozzels. Maybe the ww2 as well if your gonna hang on to the stock turbo for a while.
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Old 06-11-2013, 07:52 AM
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I wouldn't put in nozzles by themselves. If you're going to tear into an injector to upgrade it - you may as well rebuild it.
For the extra couple hundred - may as well get the upgraded/rebuild injectors that have a warranty on them from someone.

But if you're comfortable working on the injectors - then get what you need to do the work yourself. Pretty much what I did for my turbo rebuild/upgrade. Granted turbos are easier to work on then injectors , but you get the idea.
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