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Exclamation New to the forum ,a couples of ?'s

Hey all,

im new to the forum and yes to the diesel world to own one personally i drive them for but anyway!

Myfirst question is that i am in that phase of wanting my truck to pour smoke when i get on it and want to know what i need to do < i have a stage 2 intake and a MBRP 4" exhuast from the turbo back?? any help please!!

last question whats a good safe way of cleaning injectors or should they just be replaced?
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Welcome to the Org. Please dont set your goals around black smoke

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Definetly not just was wondering what all i had to, im not here to misrepresent dieselk owners ay all but def curious to the fact
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pour more fuel to the injectors.

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Definetly not just was wondering what all i had to, im not here to misrepresent dieselk owners ay all but def curious to the fact
Smoke is cool as hell, you just got to do it at the correct times.

A custom tuned SCT will give you some more smoke. For a lot of smoke you will need bigger injectors.

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Your best bet is to go with a cleaner that you can pour in the fuel...REV-X is supposed to be really good stuf...

In order to take out your injectors you have a lot of work ahead of you...your intake has to come off..all the way down to taking your heads off...and if your that far then you might as well throw some ARP studs in it...and if you have the money throw some new injectors(I'm probably going to go with the Elite Diesel new 8 hole injectors) in.

Really depends on what you wanna spend and what you are looking to do as far as mods in the future.

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