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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-20-2019, 12:15 AM Thread Starter
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In the market for injectors

03 f350 7.3 zf6. So pretty certain my injectors are shot, rather struggled pulling a boat around, was kinda sad, anyways, I'd like to know some opinions on the best ones for me, I'll do a bit of towing (boats, wood, trailers here and there, nothing too crazy) and some off roading, and would like some more power, but don't really want to sacrifice much/ if any fuel mileage, I plan on buying a hydra tuner, I would rather not go into upgrading the hpop. I was mainly looking at swamps, I hear full force is pretty good too?
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Re: In the market for injectors

I suggest 160/30's. Swamps are great, so are rosewood.

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Re: In the market for injectors

very happy with Swamps here at our house, their customer service is top notch, prices are good, quality is there and you can get a package deal with the tuner........ Rosewood and swamps are the two names I would consider, we had a hard time getting rosewood to answer the phone when my stepson was ready to purchase....swamps was right there every step of the way... Probably a fluke or? but after reading these forums for a few years its clear that Swamps and Rosewood are the two 7.3 injector preferred HEUI injector builders

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Jim Rose,..... Rosewood Injectors are my Injector of choice. Bought a set for my previous truck,.....and when I wanted to upgrade my current rig,.....it was a no brainer for me.

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He is a top shelf Builder that knows his stuff,...and very reasonably priced.

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I did a bunch of research, I think I'm gonna go for the 160/80s, I really wanted to get the swamps, but I just can't afford it, I'm from Canada and they are like $2400 American= like $3200 Canadian, plus taxes, duty etc would prob be 4g, was looking at the rosewood and although they are rebuilt ones, they are about $1250, much more affordable for me. Gonna have to give them a call soon
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Dont do it. Getting your tuning right and towing will suck. Trust me, I made the mistake of getting 160/100's. Plus 160cc injectors can completly empty through 30% nozzles. If you want more hp. Go with a small hybrid like a 200/30.

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Yeah I'll be calling rosewood to see what they can convince me on haha, I just noticed people generally liked the 160/80 , I liked the idea of the small hybrids but I don't really wanna up the power too much, I've got pmrs which are good for like 400 horse correct?
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Yeah I'll be calling rosewood to see what they can convince me on haha, I just noticed people generally liked the 160/80 , I liked the idea of the small hybrids but I don't really wanna up the power too much, I've got pmrs which are good for like 400 horse correct?
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I'd go with 160/30's

You can't really go wrong with this size.
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I went with injectorsdirect.com Really good reman's for my 6.0 I would only buy OE glow plugs but their injectors are great.
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Yeah I'll be calling rosewood to see what they can convince me on haha, I just noticed people generally liked the 160/80 , I liked the idea of the small hybrids but I don't really wanna up the power too much, I've got pmrs which are good for like 400 horse correct?
I'd say 500 give or take but the key is in the tuning. your custom tunes would be made to keep your pmr's safe.
I run 250/100's on pmrs, never had an issue. but these require a bit more supporting mods

other variables play a role as well. main one being at what altitude you live at. If you live anywhere near sea level a chip alone will make a good difference.
Also you will need gauges (not sure if you were aware) very critical, especially when towing.

It's tough choosing an injector unless you know exactly what you want. Sounds like you chose to go with rosewood, so he should be able to help you choose what you need.

Curious if you made a decision yet and if you have talked to Jim(Rosewood)?
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