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Stage 1 Injectors

So my injectors are on there last leg. I was thinking just go stock but then I started thinking why not just do stage 1s. I just have a chip from kt performance, exhaust and intake. It's a dd mostly so keeping economy in mind but it also tows a fair amount too so hp increase would be nice. As of now I'm leaning towards full force stage 1s. Any reviews from anyone or opinions.

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Blue99 installed FF 160/30's in his buddies truck and I think it went really well.

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ya im pretty impressed with how my friends truck runs with 165/30's

his stock trans lasted about a week after we installed them though.
that whats happens when your stock trans goes 250k then you shock it with more power haha.

if not looking to upgrade just the basic stuff i think 165/30's are more than enough.

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I installed FF single 160cc remans two months ago. More power than I will ever be able to effectively use and economy is noticeably improved.
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My main goal is to keep reliable and in one piece. Thats why now I am sorta leaning to just keep it stock injectors because I dont want to be replacing a transmission etc.

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its either stage 1s or stockers and I can do a wicked wheel with the money saved

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I wouldn't go back to stock ADs. Single shots can be tuned to run near factory HP and they run so much better, albeit idle is a little bit louder.

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a 160/0 would only be a 360hp truck. so your stock trans can handle it fine.
a billet wheel would be a good choice too

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anyone know anything about these?
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they're only $100 more than stock injectors
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ya im pretty impressed with how my friends truck runs with 165/30's

his stock trans lasted about a week after we installed them though.
that whats happens when your stock trans goes 250k then you shock it with more power haha.

if not looking to upgrade just the basic stuff i think 165/30's are more than enough.
What kind of HP is he at with the 165/30's? Any other mods?

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