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Old 08-14-2010, 01:11 PM
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Upgrading injectors

I found some upgrade injectors for my 90 7.3idi and I was wondering what the effect would be. Would i need a fuel pump?
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I think it would just be a smokey mess without a turbo
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I think it would just be a smokey mess without a turbo
Cool!JK. I was thinking that. I want a turbo but dont have the $$$. would it still help performance?
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Old 08-16-2010, 12:49 PM
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bumbing it up
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Are they through DPS performance?

If so, Dont buy. I know of at least a dozen people who bought them, put them in, HATED them, and put stock injectors in and had the same if not more power. All he does is grind the tip down. They will flow a lot of fuel (which is up to the IP anyways), but the pop pressures and spray pattern are complete $hit.
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Yeah they are. So I wont get them. I wasnt shure about it but you made up my mind for me.
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Old 08-29-2010, 07:18 AM
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There is some guys over at oilbruners.net that sell injectors. Typ4 and Agnem if you ever want to pop in over there. Great board for IDI guys.
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Russ sells the stock injectors at a good price. His name is Typ4 over there. Good guy to deal with, I bought my turbo from him. He pop tests them to make sure they are all good.

Mel sells moose IP's and injectors. High quality and they really add some performance. Downside is they are spendy. You can buy a used turbo forthwith price of the injectors.
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