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I have a manual, so I would think that I would be good up to 500 horsepower. I will however need to put in a new clutch and flywheel probably. Also, what's the difference between rebuilding my injectors than buying injectors that have been rebuilt. The place that rebuilds the injectors offers a stock rebuild for all 8 injectors for 550$. They offer a stage one injector rebuild that upgrade the injector from the factory 98cc to a 160cc injector. This upgrade is free of cost. So I could get both 98cc injectors or 160cc injectors for 550$. What I need to know is, do I do an overhaul and run 160cc injectors or do I just stay with the 98cc injectors?
If you do some research esp here. You'll notice VERY FEW shops can actually rebuild them to last more than a year... That is an insanely cheap price for something that can go wrong in a hurry if the shop used cheap ebay parts. I would call
llc a very reputable vendor and see what his prices are for injectors that wont crap out on you in a year. Were only trying to help, steering you in the wrong direction will just cause you to come here asking for more help and cost you more money vs just getting a quality set from someone who will respond if ever in the event something goes wrong. I can easily get some injectors for my 1999 on ebay for 1/3rd the cost of say from full force or riffraff diesel but then im gonna be hurting in a hurry. Spend some time researching there is even one really popular company injector rebuilders inc or something that has an awesome looking website but sells total junk it could be call national injection or something too.
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