Ok so if you have your truck and you put a intake on it, a straight pipe, and a DP on it, and do like stage 1 or stage 2 injectors in it BUT DO NOT PUT A CHIP IN the truck WHAT would it do?:tard:
Im not going to do injectors first! I am actually getting a TW chip but was wandering what it would do without the chip.Why would you want to do injectors and not chip it though?
So basically it would dump smoke and idle like a 12v with a custom ground fuel plate, pump turned, and advanced timing?with out a chip or tuner u wouldnt have proper fuel delivery to feed the over sized injector tips and it wouldnt atomize the fuel like it could or should. the fuel would not burn completely and u could have a lot of potential for power (black smoke) and it may idle rough.
That is pretty much the best answer!:thumb: I was going to add a chip but wandered if it had the stage 2 injectors and the stock setting if it would screw things up or just smoke like a 12v.On my chip, I have a "stock" setting. With the stage 2's having a larger nozzle, it does dump in a bit more fuel in the stock tune. It idles normally, makes some smoke if you hammer it, and is still street friendly with more power. But as other people mentioned before, a chip is needed to get the full potential out of the system.
^^^^This has pretty much been my experience also!!^^^^On my chip, I have a "stock" setting. With the stage 2's having a larger nozzle, it does dump in a bit more fuel in the stock tune. It idles normally, makes some smoke if you hammer it, and is still street friendly with more power. But as other people mentioned before, a chip is needed to get the full potential out of the system.
the 94-97 trucks all except for the california 97's had single shot injectors, they deliver the fuel all in one shot, as the split shot injectors, (99-03) were alittle bigger but they do not deliever thier fuel in one shot. if you want the most performence out of your truck single shots is the way to go because they inject all thier fuel on one shot.what is the difference between split shot vs single shot
It depends on the truck. SOme will idle and drive fine with singles and not changing tuning.yeah going from split shots on a 7.3 (99-03) to single shots will make it idle terrible ive herd, the timeing needs to be adjusted a bit to idle as it would if you left the split shots in it. but they are great power adders on the 7.3s with a good set of custome.