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Want injectors soon

My pickup has developed a first start miss that goes away as it warms and putting my foot in it a little. I assume with 190k on the stock injectors it may be a poppet valve. I want to add mods over time when I can afford to but it looks like I start with injectors. I wanted to go with 238/80 or 100 hybrids but was wondering if they can be tuned down till I upgrade the turbo, trans etc? I plan to build a 500+ dd all around fun truck but can't just drop 10k in the process. That's why this will be an ongoing build and I only want to buy injectors once. I don't have a lot of mods done yet but I'm back to work and would like to get after it before it starts getting cold and gives me problems cold starting. Any advise is appreciated.

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Might change the title from "Need" to "Want" new injectors.

What testing have you done to decide you need new injectors?

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Haven't done any testing just that the stock injectors have 190k on them and the miss goes away after the engine warms up and you give it about 3/4 throttle. I really just assume it was a worn poppet valve and the fact that I did " want" to replace the injectors sooner or later. It only misses first morning startup it doesn't do it at all the rest of the day. Thanks for the reply and any help.

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