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Old 06-30-2013, 07:43 PM
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Need help deciding on new 7.3 injectors

It has come to my attention that I have a few injectors that are going out and I need some help in deciding what kind of injectors to get. I have a 01 f250 6 speed. The truck is used to haul hay and cows, sometimes across the country. I have thought about stage ones just because of a slight power and efficiency increase. My motor is also bored 30 over. The truck has a 4 inch turbo back exhaust and that is the only mod I have done. I need to get a new set of injectors and need to know what kind of injectors to go with and who to get them from. I don't want to go crazy and dump a ton of money, but I do want a modest increase in performance for when I'm pulling heavy loads. Thanks in advance for any insight.
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Old 06-30-2013, 09:44 PM
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Many will say to go with stage 1 injectors if needing new injectors.
If you go with stage 1 injectors you will need a ts style chip with custom tunes or a dp tuner chip. But you must have at least an exhaust gas temp guage when running a chip. You do not really want your egts to get higher than 1200-1250 degs unless it is for a very short time. Most prefer to keep it at 1250 or lower.

I also have a set of stock injectors if you are interested, then you could just get a chip and egt guage. Its really up to you.

If you get injectors look at fullforce diesel for casserly injectors, PIS injectors or Jim rosewood injectors. Swamps injectors are also good

Really depends on how much you are willing to spend. If you are just looking for some added power a chip will make a huge difference. I personally prefer PHP tunes, but there are other good tunes out there from Tony Wildman, No Limit (Beans), Gearhead, Swamps or DP
DP can only be run on their chips. The others listed can all be used on the TS style chip if you wanted to explore, but that involves more money.

I honestly think PHP offers the best bang for the buck and have some of the best tunes available IMO
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AC's or Stage 1 injectors with 100% nozzle.

Injectors from P.I.S, talk to Tim about what you want.
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AC's or Stage 1 injectors with 100% nozzle.

Injectors from P.I.S, talk to Tim about what you want.
Joe beat me to it... Tim is a great guy to deal with, he's the only one ill go to for injectors now.
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Swamps stage 1 single shots. They really get the job done are affordable and have an excellent warranty.
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Who is P.I.S?
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Old 07-10-2013, 10:42 AM
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performance injection systems

Not sure who they are exactly but heard great things bout their injectors, customer service, etc
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Tim is by far the most informative guys I have dealt with in the last few years.
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Get Full Force's...been building Inj's for a long time. better warranty and price. We are a dealer..PM me if I can help.
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My set up hauls and has minimal smoke.
I beat a buddies raptor the other day by a truck length.

Towing 12k up hills is a breeze.

Make sure your up pipes are not leaking, that one fix made everything come together! The spool up is awesome, from 15-35psi is quick!
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