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Old 09-13-2013, 06:34 PM
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2012 6.7L aftermarket injectors?

Does any one have some suggestions for aftermarket injectors for 2012 6.7L spartan tune w/ deletes? Just looking to start research. Thanks.
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Old 09-14-2013, 04:30 AM
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Thx to the members who re-opened a few of the older threads out there on injectors and brought them back to the front. Great info reads out there.
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H&S has a duel fueler kit, but as far as Ive seen, once thats done, there isnt enough aftermarket support to warrant larger injectors
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Old 09-14-2013, 06:51 AM
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Thx for the reply.
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I can't find where I read it a few months back, but I remember seeing these peizos (?) Are good for like 800 HP
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Old 09-14-2013, 01:49 PM
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in all reality the truck has been pushed barely over 1000hp and they were still pushing stock injectors... as i said, theres not enough aftermarket support to warrant upgrading them yet... they are awesome as it is... Im sure within the next year or two people will start upgrading them as the aftermarket has time to R&D these trucks...
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in all reality the truck has been pushed barely over 1000hp and they were still pushing stock injectors... as i said, theres not enough aftermarket support to warrant upgrading them yet... they are awesome as it is... Im sure within the next year or two people will start upgrading them as the aftermarket has time to R&D these trucks...
Yes, but you have to keep in mind that - that Duramax also had compounds on it and maxed out on fuel at a little over 700 hp. At which point 2 things happened. 1: It ran completely clean ZERO SMOKE!! Which means it was out of fuel up top.
2: They then went to nitrous and it hit around 1036 rwhp and 1900+ ft/lb of torque. I will also add that they were running damn near a 500 shot of nitrous in doing so.

For those who aren't familiar with this, the reason I brought up the Duramax is because the new 2012+ LML 6.6L Duramax uses the same exact fuel system as the 6.7L Powerstroke.
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Yes, but you have to keep in mind that - that Duramax also had compounds on it and maxed out on fuel at a little over 700 hp. At which point 2 things happened. 1: It ran completely clean ZERO SMOKE!! Which means it was out of fuel up top.
2: They then went to nitrous and it hit around 1036 rwhp and 1900+ ft/lb of torque. I will also add that they were running damn near a 500 shot of nitrous in doing so.

For those who aren't familiar with this, the reason I brought up the Duramax is because the new 2012+ LML 6.6L Duramax uses the same exact fuel system as the 6.7L Powerstroke.
I thought I read somewhere that ford borrowed several ideas for the scorpion from the duraturds.

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Old 09-14-2013, 06:32 PM
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I never knew this about the duramax nor why at times there could be zero smoke.
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The Durapads have been proven quite reliable and produce great power, too bad the wrapping is the worst part of them, but yes Ford took pointers from Isuzu, from Hino, from Cummins, and everyone else, took the best of it all and made their setup
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