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Old 01-26-2014, 07:09 PM
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another setback

Hey everyone, ive been a member here for a little over a month. I havent finished with my profile, mainly because I dont have my truck back, still. Cant post any good pics because the only decent pic I have, ISNT decent at all! Its my truck on a trailer, after blowing a head, being pulled by a D*@G%. So that is the one pic that I hope none of you ever see! Enuff smalltalk, Since last thread, I got my truck back. Drove it over the weekend, had some issues that needed resolved, mainly the Industrial 230cc Hybrid injectors. that I purchased! Had installed, Jody built me a tune to get by until i get to Ga. for live tuning. I may be naieve by saying this, but when a guy orders injectors, does the builder of said injectors NOT include Flow Charts or some form of data? Industrial had NIETHER! Those injectors are out, and I have a set of reman PIS 175cc/80% coming. We believe these will be more than sufficient for my intents and purposes. Now the Question. I have FRX from RiffRaff currently. Is this going to help?hurt performance? Injectors? I also have the FASS system. Will the FASS combined with FRX be sufficient, or should I do the RR with Fuel Bowl Delete? I think i have made a final decision, but with the bad luck ive had with this build, I really cant afford another setback! its been since Nov 12, 2013 since ive been able to enjoy my ride, and when its road ready again, I want it to be RIGHT! your input is appreciated, and I will answer your ?'s as accurately as I am able Thanks Y'all
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Old 01-27-2014, 10:06 AM
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you should be fine.

get a fuel pressure gauge to monitor fuel pressure, especially at WOT you dont really want it to dip below 55 psi.
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I recently bought a set of PIS 160/30's and I didn't receive any flow info. Maybe that's normal
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Old 01-27-2014, 08:34 PM
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the industrial injection injectors he bought were supposedly 230cc, but their website doesnt even list 230cc injectors lol
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