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Old 02-04-2010, 04:51 PM
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Fuel Injectors

What are the CC's for stock injectors on the 6.0? I thought about gettin' bigger injectors and I was wonderin' if I maybe needed to get a bigger/better fuel pump and/or fuel lines than my stock ones. (Have stock fuel pump and lines.)

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140cc for SD 7.3 stock injectors and 90cc for the obs single shot injectors
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What are the CC's for stock injectors on the 6.0? I thought about gettin' bigger injectors and I was wonderin' if I maybe needed to get a bigger/better fuel pump and/or fuel lines than my stock ones. (Have stock fuel pump and lines.)
Upgraded fuel system is a must! The stock fuel system can barely keep up with the stock sticks, let alone bigger ones. i believe stock stick are 120cc but they actually only put out about 100cc.. dont quote me on that but i believe thats what i was told..I would look into an AirDog2 DF130.. thats what im most likely going to get for mine, its a stand alone adjustable pump. it alone will make your stock injectors very happy! Maybe do a crossover at the back of the heads with the AD2 also, to balance pressure at the heads..also you will want a fuel pressure gauge so you can accurately adjust the pressure at the pump.

there are also other pumps and set-ups out there, just have to find the best set-up for your needs, everyone has a different opinion on fuel systems,

but like i said, fuel system FIRST, bigger injectors SECOND!
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Upgraded fuel system is a must! The stock fuel system can barely keep up with the stock sticks, let alone bigger ones. i believe stock stick are 120cc but they actually only put out about 100cc.. dont quote me on that but i believe thats what i was told..I would look into an AirDog2 DF130.. thats what im most likely going to get for mine, its a stand alone adjustable pump. it alone will make your stock injectors very happy! Maybe do a crossover at the back of the heads with the AD2 also, to balance pressure at the heads..also you will want a fuel pressure gauge so you can accurately adjust the pressure at the pump.

there are also other pumps and set-ups out there, just have to find the best set-up for your needs, everyone has a different opinion on fuel systems,

but like i said, fuel system FIRST, bigger injectors SECOND!

Ok, thanks! That's just the help I needed. Well, I guess I'll have to wait a little bit for all that... need to save up a little.
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140cc for SD 7.3 stock injectors and 90cc for the obs single shot injectors
If you had read his post instead of just vomiting useless information you would see he is asking about 6.0L injectors.
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Actually the 6.0 injectors are about 135cc. It depends on what size injectors you want to install whether you HAVE to upgrade the fuel system but there are other good reasons to do so.
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6.0 Injectors are 120CC, but the computer will ONLY allow 100CC of fuel to flow.... if your wanting to go bigger, you can go to 155's with no issue.
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6.0 Injectors are 120CC, but the computer will ONLY allow 100CC of fuel to flow.... if your wanting to go bigger, you can go to 155's with no issue.
that being said are the 155cc injectors considered to be thoes claim to fame 90 hse upgrades?
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that being said are the 155cc injectors considered to be thoes claim to fame 90 hse upgrades?
It all depends on your tuner..... a studded 6.0 with a good xtreme race tune can put 420 to the wheels, and 155's with a good tune can put out about 500 to the wheels.
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sct/ mat&eric no studs yetbut i need to get some injectors mines failn fast
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