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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 07-16-2007, 07:59 PM Thread Starter
 
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So what do you guys think of getting the Power Puck and Edge Jammers Stage #3 Injectors Nozzles. Would that be good combo. What do you thin EGT's would reach. I just use the truck as a daily driver.

Later on I will probably upgrade from the Power Puck.

Or I was thinking about getting the Edge Comp. and running 275's.

What do you guys think. I have gauges, exhaust, and BHAF already and I want more...like everyone else. I also have FASS 95 pump and relocation kit sitting in the garage waiting for the time install it.
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your going to want to put in your fuel pump first before you put a chip and injectors on it but other that that its a good combo i have the stage three and o man its alot of hp alot.
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I'm running an Edge drag Comp, 275's and a 95GPH FASS right now, and I'm really happy with the set up. IMO its a relatively mild and very drivable set up that works very well with the stock turbo. I can have plenty of fun with me truck, and can get sideways and light tire no problem, or I can turn the box down and still tow a heavy load. I wouldn't say it has a lot of power though. I'm probably only in the mid 300's right now, if I'm lucky. Honest guess I'd say about 325 hp to the wheels, but the slipping trans doesn't help that one bit.

Its a fun set up, milage is still good, very drivable, just not huge power.
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I would think the Comp and 275 would be best, or the Comp w/ Stage 1 (50?) or 2 (75?) jammers...I think you'd also like the Comp better because it adjustable on the fly, i dont think the power puck is, is it?

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no its not, the puck is underhood only
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OK thanks guys I will probably go with the comp. and 275's. Is there like a 300 or something with a little more power? If not does anyone know were I can find some good priced 275's?
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I have stage III's and a VA, if you have a stock turbo you will get pretty hot. I get a little warm with my turbo. The 275's would be the way to go.

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The 275's are sometimes called 300's, don't be fooled, they are the same thing. They are the largest injector that bosch makes for these motors. Anything larger is not a bosch part. I think that the Mach 1.6's would be best Ideally, they are 90hp and probably run only a touch hotter than the 275's but hardly at all. However they are almost twice as much as 275's too.
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While were on injectors here, does any one have a 7, 8 or even 10 hole injector for these things? I think I've heard of 7 hole injectors, but wondering if we went past that.
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I know industrial injection has a ten hole my buddy was running them for a while but they were just to much for the street, i also heard rumor they had an 11 hole but don't quote me on that.

2000 CTD, HOT Juice w/Attitude, Smarty, Mach 2 injectors (105 HP), 4" exhaust, BHAF, SB Clutch, FASS 150 ARP 12mm studs, stage 3 snow kit.

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