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i have a 2000 f-350 7.3 with stage one single shot injectors, my question is do i have to put equalizer lines on the fuel and the high psi oil or none or one of the two
 

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yes i have a custom tuning for it but the equaliser.....i mean like to equalise both banks. like your fuel and your oil going to your injectors
 

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I am not running that, and I have the 160cc AC injectors.
It's no different than regular injectors, and of course the "equalizer" lines are an option on them too, but not necessary.
 

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i have a 2000 f-350 7.3 with stage one single shot injectors, my question is do i have to put equalizer lines on the fuel and the high psi oil or none or one of the two
I'd say they are more or less a waste of time and money, and a extra place to leak.
 

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Ditto... leaks, drips, blow outs...
 

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Don't mean to Jack ......but what about fuel regulated return could that cause leaks too ?

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actually its less likely with the right kit but the benefits are much greater... fuel lines see 70 psi + - the HPX could see up to 3000 psi..
 

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I ran a hpx line for a while but like others have said, they start leaking. Mine did, so its back to how it was and I can't say that I can tell any difference. It runs the same.
 

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Some trucks idle better, on a side note some big oil systems tie both rails together anyway.
And you will see an improvement with big oil even with a stock injector.
 
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