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Old 12-07-2013, 04:43 PM
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whats the best injectors for a lil kick

im planning on getting my dad a set of injectors for Christmas, just not sure whats the best, im looking for a lil more power but nothing that will require big oil or fuel. I figure if im buying a whole set it wouldn't be that much more to get some performance injectors. we bought a used motor last year and put new rings and bearings in it but kept the old injectors and it doesn't feel like a new motor so im starting with injectors and possibly a new hpop. im not too educated on the stages, cc's and split shot stuff. btw its a 2001 f350 stock, only upgrades are a looped fuel line. any advice would be appreciated.
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P.I.S. Tim's product and service are second to none.
Call Tim and explain your situation. He will set you up with the best alternative on the market.
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thanks! I looked at the website, im thinking either the 160/30 or the high output ad, but whats the difference? the only thing I found is the 160/30 is rated for a higher hp, but will I need any additional upgrades?
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160/0 or 160/30 AC code single shot injectors for a mostly stock truck. dont get modified ad (split shot) injectors not worth it.
if you buy injectors from PIS you get free tuning from nolimit, if you already have a ts style chip.
if you dont have a ts style chip you will have to purchase one to run custom single shot tunes.

i would recommend getting at least riffraffs fuel rail crossover, and one of the new billet compressor wheels from dieselsite, riffraff, or bd diesel. im not sure what your fuel loop thingamabob is.

if running a stock transmission atleast a valve body and better trans cooler.

im sure ive left out something
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Give Jim @ rosewood a call or check out his website, rosewooddieselshop.com. His stage 1's which are 160cc with stock nozzles. They give it a nice punch without doing major damage to the transmission. I put them in my last truck and it was great. I have bought a set of injectors and actually a motor from him.
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Rosewoods are real good too.....But as mentioned above the tuning aspect with P.I.S. puts them way over the top.

Future upgrades may include a billett wheel for your stock turbo or even an upgrade to a 38r or brute 66..both drop i turbo's that flow more air. Maybe an upgraded hpop in the future. But do one step at a time. AND do it right the first time!!
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I just ordered a set from Tim at P.I.S. and as a heads up, the 30% over and 80% over nozzles are on back order. But he does have 100% over in stock, but that is getting a lot bigger than you are looking for.
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why would I want single shot ac injectors over ad? how much would a ts chip cost? and the fuel loop I was talking about is connecting the dead end plugs on the head to loop the fuel to give better psi to the #8 injector
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single shot injectors are more efficient and use less high pressure oil.

upgraded split shot ad injectors use a ton of high pressure oil and are more difficult to tune. not to mention they are smokey pigs.

no one in their right mind gets bigger split shot injectors, they are pointless.

in a prior thread someone said 160/100 were pointless injectors, maybe that person will add his 2 cents in. ha ha ha

ts chip is anywhere from 400-600 bucks.

so your fuel loop is something similar to riffraffs Frx?
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