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Old 11-05-2013, 04:41 PM
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New Honey Badger HPOP!?!?

Anyone have theirs yet?

They were having a big sale with free tuning, free hoodie and free upgrade to a SR when the time comes...

I missed out on that, but anyone have theirs installed yet?

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I'm very interested in it. I just feel like I want to get my darn injectors first and see how my stock pump keeps up.

Only problem there is I can't make up my mind about what injectors to run.
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Old 11-05-2013, 06:18 PM
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Didn't know jonathan had these going. i just sent an email, i wonder if i early enough to get the lifetime warranty? how do these compare to srp1.1?
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I'm very interested in it. I just feel like I want to get my darn injectors first and see how my stock pump keeps up.

Only problem there is I can't make up my mind about what injectors to run.
P.I.S. 160/30's......!!!

For a work truck lookin' for a kick in the pants...perfect!!
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P.I.S. 160/30's......!!!

For a work truck lookin' for a kick in the pants...perfect!!
Agreed...

The 160cc size injector is perfect, IMHO its what the truck should have come with factory...

Works with the factory fuel system.

Works with the factory turbo (although a larger exhaust housing or compressor wheel is better)

Works without head bolts, springs or any of that other stuff a larger injector needs...

You can go to a 175 injector, but that starts pushing the factory turbo and fuel system past its limits.

Chelsea's X has over 50k on her 160/0 injectors... Not one issue thus far.
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Agreed...

The 160cc size injector is perfect, IMHO its what the truck should have come with factory...

Works with the factory fuel system.

Works with the factory turbo (although a larger exhaust housing or compressor wheel is better)

Works without head bolts, springs or any of that other stuff a larger injector needs...

You can go to a 175 injector, but that starts pushing the factory turbo and fuel system past its limits.

Chelsea's X has over 50k on her 160/0 injectors... Not one issue thus far.
I'm not sure if I would be content with 160/30's long term. I'm the kinda guy who has to F around with stuff a bit more than necessary.
How do you find your 230/100's for daily driving? That's what I was thinking of getting. Required supporting mods to match as I go.

Jason, I'm the guy who's been pestering you about Steve Voros's injectors. As soon as I get them in I'll have a better idea of what I want to order up for my own truck :
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Old 11-07-2013, 04:47 AM
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I was under the impression that 230/100s were kind of pushing the limit as far as PMRs go, but I could be wrong.
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I'm not sure if I would be content with 160/30's long term. I'm the kinda guy who has to F around with stuff a bit more than necessary.
How do you find your 230/100's for daily driving? That's what I was thinking of getting. Required supporting mods to match as I go.

Jason, I'm the guy who's been pestering you about Steve Voros's injectors. As soon as I get them in I'll have a better idea of what I want to order up for my own truck :
I know!!!!!

AND,................that's a solid plan. Just let me know when you know!!!
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I would not have much fear of 230/100's with good tuning on a PMR motor, but its all a crap shoot.

Nothing to really worry about at 160/30 or 160/100...

Have you ever driven or been in a 350-400hp 8000# truck???
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No I haven't, honestly that is around what I want my truck to be when it's all said and done. I hear they are quite fun to drive.
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