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Can someone explain atomization?

I'm wondering what is best for a 7.3 in the 425-450 hp range. Is a stock nozzle better for torque or 30% over? I understand nozzle size goes up as rpms rise the deliver all the fuel at the desired pulse width. I'm intending on using a t4 sxe type turbo just want to get use out of the injector size and not just big injectors for the sake of having big injectors. This is a 95 obs truck. That does tow. Some one please school me on injectors. Swamp's is who I do my business with.
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I'm wondering what is best for a 7.3 in the 425-450 hp range. Is a stock nozzle better for torque or 30% over? I understand nozzle size goes up as rpms rise the deliver all the fuel at the desired pulse width. I'm intending on using a t4 sxe type turbo just want to get use out of the injector size and not just big injectors for the sake of having big injectors. This is a 95 obs truck. That does tow. Some one please school me on injectors. Swamp's is who I do my business with.

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Re: Can someone explain atomization?

Read some of this thread. I found it very informative.

Detuning large injector nozzles - How to pick injector size for upgrades! - PowerStrokeArmy

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Re: Can someone explain atomization?

Check out Tugly's video on FTE. Post #76

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...ecision-6.html

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Check out Tugly's video on FTE. Post #76
https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...ecision-6.html
That's great stuff.
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