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I'm getting my Irate T4 mount tomorrow and will be installing my S366 soon. My next step is going to be injectors and I'm either going with a set of 238/100s or 250/200s as I will be going even bigger with the turbo in the future. My question is what is everybody's thoughts on Full Force Diesel vs. Performance Injection Systems? Is either company better, better fuel mileage, better idle, etc.?
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P.I.S....End of Story!!!!!!

I have run 12 different sets of injectors over my 13 years in this "hobby" and Tim's are the smoothest, easiest to tune and consistantly produce better performance numbers than any other injector out there.

Tim's stuff is far superior

Put all the other makers in any order you want behind him.
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Sweet that's the way I was leaning anyways. I was also really wanting to go with No Limits tuning as I've heard great things. Any experience with them?
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You can get the injectors from No Limit and get the tunes for free.

Buy P.I.S. injectors, chip and switch (or supply your own) and the tunes are FREE.

PM me for info!!!!
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I did a lot of research when I was figuring out which injectors I wanted to run (I tend to plan things out way ahead of time whether money permits or not)

I decided on P.I.S 300/200's with an IDP S468 & Gearhead tunes.

300cc's is the most fuel that can flow through the 200% nozzle within the needed time frame @ 4000rpm, any larger injector than that (350/400cc) and the full capacity of the injector won't be usable in the higher rpm range.

I've done a lot of reading and Tim really know his stuff.


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I did a lot of research when I was figuring out which injectors I wanted to run (I tend to plan things out way ahead of time whether money permits or not)

I decided on P.I.S 300/200's with an IDP S468 & Gearhead tunes.

300cc's is the most fuel that can flow through the 200% nozzle within the needed time frame @ 4000rpm, any larger injector than that (350/400cc) and the full capacity of the injector won't be usable in the higher rpm range.

I've done a lot of reading and Tim really know his stuff.
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Thanks! I think I stole it from Diesel Tees a while back. Pretty much describes my current situation.. lol


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