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Which injectors?

I'm going to be replacing my hpop here soon most likely with the t500 and was wondering which Injectors does that work with. Or which hp would be the best to get. Are they hard to replace with the hpop out?


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You've never worked on a 7.3 before have you?

It will work with just about any injector.

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The HPOP isn't in the way for installing injectors. IIRC Joey said it's good for around 200 or 238cc before you start running out of oil. The big question is what are your goals for the truck.

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No actually I haven't. I just got this truck earlier this year and the hpop is leaking now and I was looking at replacing it with a better one but didnt know if the t500 would work with stock injectors or not or would it be better to change them to something different.


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it will work great with stock injectors.
if you plan upgrading injectors then the t-500 will run them as well.

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Id look at going with a adrenaline or a stealth 1.1 over the t500. If ur not looking for big HP then just go with a stock one, but going bigger wont hurt. Where is ur hpop leaking? could just get a repair kit and fix the one you have.
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Well that's what I was going to do. But the o rings arnt leaking. The only thing I can think is the non replaceable plug thing but I'm not sure so I was just going to replace the whole thing. Do you know if a dealership will do the plug. I would do it but I just have any time. Is the stealth one better for stock Injectors your saying?


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I guess it all depends on what injectors and HP goal you think you may want. You'll be just fine with something like a set of 238/100 hybrids (which can easily put you in the 500hp range with supporting mods) as they use much less oil and the stealth and adrenaline aren't necessary. Any single shot smaller injector will work great as well as stock injectors.

Personally, I got a good deal on my Stealth and eventually I plan on running 250/100's or 200's. Not sure which set I'm gonna go with though. But that's the only reason I got it. If I knew I was going to stay with my 160/100's, I definitely would have a T500.

Take a while a think about what your goals are as per tow rig, DD, weekend warrior at the track??? There are loads of proven options out there.



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What year?

If a 99.5 up and your going to a single shot stage 1 then just keep your 17*
If going to stage 2's get a HPOP with more Volume as that's what's needed.
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If going large Hybrids """""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""" """""""
If small Hybrids keep your 17*
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Strange...

Stock 17* HPOP... 250/200's... 520hp...

Same stock 17* HPOP... 230/100... Still no HPO issue...

HPOP's are a hot seller, easy money...

If I were to get one at this point I would get the SRP1.1, however there are other options out there that are up and coming.

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