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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 11-17-2011, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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injectors... It's about due.

Whatís a good place to get some stock replacement injectors? I don't want to hop up my truck. I'm happy with my cold air intake and exhaust. My truck has 250K miles and is bone stock other than those two mods. It's started to white smoke heavily on start up so I think it's about due.

Who do you recommend? And let's try to keep the price down. I'm a starving business owner... hence why I drive a 96 250k mile truck.

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Re: injectors... It's about due.

International AC injectors are an awesome upgrade for an obs.
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Re: injectors... It's about due.

Take a look at our injectors> Full Force Diesel Look at the reman stock units since you said you are happy with the power, although if you think you may want a bump in power later, the stage 1's will run like stock units until you put a programmer on.
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Re: injectors... It's about due.

Welch,

We carry Full Force Injectors very very good product....

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International AC injectors are an awesome upgrade for an obs.
Just curious, what is the difference?

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get rosewood stage 1s , decent priced
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Re: injectors... It's about due.

I don't really tow a ton of weight. I use my truck for my business, as well as a DD. I own an off road shop and the only thing that is ever behind the truck is jeeps/buggy's on a car hauler. So maybe at max I have 8K lbs. back there. I also have 4.10's with stock 255's so more power isn't going to make me any faster. I think the only thing that bigger injectors would do is create black smoke and use more fuel. And with diesel creeping over $4.00 a gal, I'm not even happy with my 17mpg I'm getting... If it got any worse I may have to start looking for a new DD. The only reason I added the cold air intake and exhaust was to try and get some added MPG's but really I didn't notice any major benefit. My truck still gets about 17mpg empty and 15-16mpg loaded.

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Re: injectors... It's about due.

I seemed to have picked up a few miles per tank after injectors and a chip

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I seemed to have picked up a few miles per tank after injectors and a chip
I have a bunch of friends with chips and I use to be a Bully Dog dealer. Every chipped truck I've ever delt with ended up with issues. I have my fair share of custom trucks... I'd like to keep my DD as close to stock as possible. Plus I'm not trying to dump more than $1200 on injectors...

On another note for you guys who do like programmers I have a new hypertech sitting in my office that won't fit my truck... it'll only fit a 97. Get with me if you want it. I got it from a buddy who had it in his audio shop from an old display he chunked when they shut down. I'm not going to use it even if it did fit my truck. I don't want to start smoking clutches, blowing black smoke and have to worry about EGT's. I'm only 23, but I'm about 65 at heart.

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I seemed to have picked up a few miles per tank after injectors and a chip
Maybe without a load and because of the tune you did. But I bet your EGT's were higher. I also don't see adding more fuel being better for MPG's. Yes more power does make the motor work less meaning that the MPG's would go up. But that's not just a more fuel thing that again comes from the tune. I also see a lot of higher RPM's because of my 4.10/ZF5, this would make for higher EGT's and since my truck see a bit more boost in a DD setting than say an auto 3.55 truck would.

I may be wrong in my thinking. But this is what I noticed with the little bit I've done tuening OBDII trucks. If I'm off base completely let me know. I still don't find the need to go out and start hopping up my truck.

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