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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 10-22-2007, 10:46 PM Thread Starter
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Injector question

I'm new to the site, and new to powerstrokes in general. I here people talking about 160CC..180...200 CC injectors. My question is are those flow numbers per injector or are they the total CC's flowed over stock? I dont know if that makes sense or not, so i'll try to explain. For easy figuring lets say stock injectors flow 100 CC's, you modify all your injectors to flow 120 CC's. Now there flowing 20 CC over stock, times the 8 injectors, that would be an extra 160 CC's over stock. So would they be considered 120 CC injectors or 160CC injectors? Maybe i'm over thinking this COMPLETELY. Thanks for your help.
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Re: Injector question

160cc = 160cc total per injector which would equal 1280cc total if you wanted to think about it that way lol

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Re: Injector question

The numbers you're reading is the cc per injector. So in your example, the injector would be a 120cc injector, which flows 20cc over stock.

Just for an FYI- a 99.5-03' stock powerstroke injector flows 140cc of fuel.
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so basically i was overthinking things!

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Thanks guys!
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Re: Injector question

Actually when you see CC's they are talking about 1000 strokes. So a 160cc injector is 160mm^3 per single stroke....1000mm^3 for one cc that's why they take 1000 strokes.

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Re: Injector question

Another heads up:

94.5-97 run AA's which flow 90cc's and are a single shot injector.

Unless you have a 97 california emissions truck that runs AB's

99-99.5 trucks run an AB injector as well, these flow 120cc's and are split shot injectors.

99.5 till the end of the 7.3 ran AD injectors which flow 140cc's and they are split shot injectors.

International put out an high torque injector called an AC which flow 160cc's and are single shots.

Single shots just spray one pulse of fuel. They are more oil efficient than their split shot counterparts.

Split shots inject 2 seperate spray pulses. The first is a quick shot, this decreases emissions and lowers noise. They also like a lot of oil to run.

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Re: Injector question

so are B codes singles or split shot ?

if singles then why not run a BD injector, I read that they are 200cc
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Some B codes are singles, some are splits.

Yes, a lot of people run BD's, and they're rated for 240cc's stock (I'm one of those guys). The problem with B codes is they have a 6:1 injection ratio vs the 7:1 of the A codes first off, second off, they require a lot more oil to get the full 240cc's of fuel out, thirdly, they're more expensive than modded A codes.

Hybrids actually use the plunger and barrel out of a B code, this gives more cc's of fuel, but lowers the injection ratio even further to 5:1. But, injection ratio has been viewed as an unrealistic number. . .but that's a conversation for another forum. .. and a big can of worms.

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Re: Injector question

B-codes can be either split or single depending on the model.

BDs for instance are single shots. Injector sizing also varies with the model, I think BDs are 230cc in stock form.

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