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Old 04-26-2012, 04:08 PM
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6.9 injecters

got a 85 6.9 dually. my buddy tells me sumthing bout filling down the injecters in his obs powerstroke to make them stage 1 ,2 , or 3. can you do this to the 6.9s? or does anybody no of a place where i can get sum bigger injecters so i can turn up my pump a bit. and my truck still has the cats i think on it a im sum it still got the stock muffler is it good to cut all of this off and straight pipe or take cats off and replace muffler?
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Old 04-27-2012, 11:40 AM
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Not cats on IDI's. You cant file the tip's down on any injector to increase power. At most, it would hurt power, if it would stil run. Do you have a pyro on it? Turbo'ed? If not turbo'ed, I would put a pyro on it, and turn it up a little.

Without a turbo, it would be stupid loud straight piped
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yes no turbo yet. i have only had 7.3 trucks in my past but ran across the 6.9 truck cheap and got it an love it. i just wanted to pick up some power. do you know where i can get the diagram to file them down?
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Like I said, it would run like chit or not run at all, cant do it.
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Old 05-01-2012, 04:16 PM
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o i thought you ment you could
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Well I mean you te*****ally can, but I highly doubt it would do anything except make the truck not run, or run like total crap.

Stock injectors that have a good spray pattern and good pop pressure will do wonders. You really dont need upgraded injectors unless you get a high output pump. But if you want injectors, you have two options. One is expensive, moose injectors. They have a great spray pattern as the tip is EDM'ed, but they are very expensive. The other is DPS injectors, they dont have as nice of a spray pattern, and in the past a lot of people had quality control and customer service issues. Lately, they seem to be looking up in both departments though

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Old 05-02-2012, 04:50 PM
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ok i wanted to turn up my pump i just thought i could do like a stage 1 injector
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