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Old 11-21-2011, 12:24 PM
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Injector question

I have the chance to pick up 8 used injectors for super cheap, for 99-03 PSD. Question is, will all the injectors for those years fit the early 99 PSD? Also, is it better to have them rebuilt, or just use them as a core and buy bigger and better?

The plan is to start building to be able to have right around 500 hp.

I'm pretty much stock on my early 99, besides cold air intake and 4" exhaust. I'm sure my injectors have never been rebuilt (200k) on them.

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Old 11-21-2011, 01:00 PM
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8 used injectors is always a gamble. Will they work in your truck, yes. Is it a good idea to have them looked at? FOR SURE!! I would save your money and go to hybrids when you need injectors, it will save you a step!
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Old 11-21-2011, 01:32 PM
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Thanks for the reply Matt. What do you mean by saving a step?
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well if you want 500 horse the a set of ad's aint gonna do it. if you want 500 horse you'll need 250/100 or 250/200 your choice, somethin like a modded h2e, wop gqssb, s467 ect sittin on the appropiate mount t4 or t4i, ugraded hpop (srp1, termy duals, gen III ect) regulated return with full fuel system, head studs, valve springs (shimmed), push rods, built tranny (bts, twisted, jw ect) and tunin to bring it all together
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can you still black smoke with hybrid injectors?
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can you still black smoke with hybrid injectors?
Honestly why would you really want to have tons of black smoke rushing out your tailpipe? Black smoke = tons of fuel and poor mileage
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I hate cleaning that stuff off!!!! less is better
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