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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 06-20-2012, 10:52 PM Thread Starter
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help picking the correct injectors

I have a 05 f350 ccsb that is used for towing. I want to upgrade injectors but not sure what to run. The truck is coming apart for head gaskets and studs I am looking at 155/30 or 175stock it still has the stock turbo for now
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post #2 of 37 (permalink) Old 06-20-2012, 11:09 PM
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Re: help picking the correct injectors

175/stock will be a good choice that way if you ever want to upgrade you can just change the nozzles. either one are a good choice. when you buy them though get them through holderdown performance!

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Re: help picking the correct injectors

You can go directly to Warren Diesel http://www.warrendiesel.com/warren_d...rmance_004.htm and by pass a $50+ bump.

I would go 155 35 and get a durastroke turbo and have 500HP not have to worry about your tranny and can pull like a freight train. Oh yeah and get 18+ mpg.


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Re: help picking the correct injectors

Yup, it's the least expensive route IMO.

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06 F250 2wd: Stock... EGR delete, Race Ported Intake, and a mild street tune.... Leaking HGs
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What are your plans? Let me know if you have any questions as we sell Warrens injectors as well

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The truck has a 4dp and 5inchI straight pipe and a k&n cold air no tune yet
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Ditch the K&N and get a S&B

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Re: help picking the correct injectors

I just got the 155/30 injectors, I noticed they heat up the egt's when I get on it with the stock turbo and running an extreme street tune. I think like others have said, get those and a Durastroke turbo and it will get you at 500+ hp and still be good street manners.

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post #9 of 37 (permalink) Old 06-22-2012, 04:26 PM
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155's Full Force, Powermax turbo and good tunes..BTS or TW on a SCT your set.

Pm me if I can get you prices.

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If you want to save a bit I would check out the mtw stage 1

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