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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-21-2007, 02:17 AM Thread Starter
 
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truck trys to die.

so i put scheid lightning injectors in my truck which i do love and recomend them to anyone, but after i had done so my truck has a slight loap to it, sounds like it has a big cam in it, which is cool as well. but my question is when i put my truck in reverse or in drive it almost diese. it will die on me when i fire it up and go if it has sat awhile and got cold. i dont think there is anything wrong, but i just want to see what other people think, and if they have had the same problem.
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When i installed my friends injectors i pinched one of the seals and this would allow it to leak and it was a pain in the butt to start anytime, as to the dying i don't know if a seal would cause that too.

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When I put the hi-flow injector tubes in my truck along with some Extrude honed injectors, in the winter time my truck would cut off if you put it in gear sometimes.. but other times it wouldnt.. But It doesnt do that any more since I got ample fuel going to those big injectors!
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the truck starts fine but i figured it is just a normal thing to happen with big injectors.
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Which Scheid's did you put in the Lightning Is or the Lightning IIs?? Did you have stock injectors before?

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i went with stage ones. i herd stage 2 got real hot and made to much black smoke if there is such a thing. i was running stock injectors before.
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How do you like them, ive heard tons of good about them...but i only know two guys running them...

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i really like them but they do make the egt's climb real fast with the box on
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Yeah...So have you troubleshooted it yet???

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no not yet
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