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Old 10-03-2011, 12:06 PM
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100hp injectors

ok so i have a 95 powerstoke turbo with a edge programmer im thinking about putting 100hp injectors on but i run on used motor oil and tranny fluid as fuel will that mess those new injectors up
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Old 10-03-2011, 05:27 PM
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Really?? You even have to ask that question...
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Really?? You even have to ask that question...
dude its just a question looking for some help to see if anyone else has tried it cause that would be a exspensive experiment for me so screw u
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Old 10-04-2011, 06:44 AM
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Really?? You even have to ask that question...
take it easy bro, he is just asking for some help, you know that is what this forum is for to get advice from others.


as for the OP i honestly wouldnt be able to tell you whether it would be wise or not, on my OBS i ran all kinds of 2 stroke and used motor oil but i had stock injector
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Old 10-04-2011, 06:55 AM
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Well here's my advice then take the $1000-$2000 you are gonna spend on injectors and got to Vegas. You have much better odds. IMO motor oil is for motors and tranny fluid is for trannys. You would go doing your next oil change with D2 would you?? And before I hear "vegi oil is for french fries" WMO/WTF is way different than vegi...
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Old 10-04-2011, 07:15 AM
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Veggi oil is for chicken nuggets!!!!
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There are alot of guys running WMO/ATF/ whatever. I know just because someone is doing something doesn't mean it works but the more I read the more it makes me wonder.

Anyway to the OP how confident are you in running WMO/ATF? How many miles do you have on it? If you are confident in your choice of fuel then I don't see why 100hp injectors would be any better or worse then stock ones. If you are still in the "trial" stage with your fuel I would not spend the money on new injectors.

If you do decide to get new injectors would you be willing to post pics of your present sticks when you take them out? It would be interesting to see what sticks look like after running WMO.

Personally I would not invest in new sticks. I would instead put some of that money into a water injection system. I would be concerned that running WMO/ATF is leaving unburn deposits in your combustion chambers & WI is a really good cleaner. You can also make power with WI if you use Meth.
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There's a reason they call these oil burners. As long as the oil is filtered very well, preferably centrifuged, I don't think a moderate percentage is going to hurt anything but emissions. Lots of people have done this and you can run a 7.3 on almost anything that will burn.
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The only reason I said what I did is cause we've had a rash of that lately.
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