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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-27-2009, 09:22 PM Thread Starter
 
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Will 150 injectors kill the life of my engine?
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That is an open question...
Some things you need to remember: When you add more fuel, you need to add more air. You need to keep your EGT's in check so you don't go and do major damage.

You also need adequate fuel supply to feed the injectors, as they will be capable of flowing a lot more fuel, they will need more fuel to be availible to them at the proper pressure.

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I have a super b,5" exhaust edge juice bd supply pump.When i put the edge on the truck egt went crazy.I hit a deere in the next week so i put the bd intercooler on it.The turbo fixed the egt.The injectors are ddp 150s havent put them on yet was just wondering about the life of my motor with this extra add ons.Thanks
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I have a super b,5" exhaust edge juice bd supply pump.When i put the edge on the truck egt went crazy.I hit a deere in the next week so i put the bd intercooler on it.The turbo fixed the egt.The injectors are ddp 150s havent put them on yet was just wondering about the life of my motor with this extra add ons.Thanks
That all sounds pretty good to me. I'm not the best authority on turbos, there are some guys on here that are real good about that stuff. Sean, or sstockton on here could give you some good advice.

From what I know....I would say they should be just fine, and it sounds like you already keep an eye on your EGT's and the like, so I would say go for it. As long as you watch your gauges, I dont see a problem with the "life of the motor" I would be more worried about the fuel system. Do you happen to have a fuel pressure gauge? I do not know what the BD pump will support. I thought it was just kind of an upgraded Carter style pump....

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turbo and injectors will match up well, but I have heard the bd supply pump doesn't handle as well as most people like.

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That turbo is a little small for 150's. The Super B special would handle 150's a bit better. As for the life of your engine being shortened by the injectors. Not really. If you mind your EGT's and boost, and keep up on the general maintenance, it will be just fine.
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Do you think I should send them back for some smaller ones?I drive at least a 130 miles a day.Thanks
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Depends on how you drive. You just won't really be able to maximize the injectors with that turbo.
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I've been running the edge 150's for about 2 years now with the super b and no trouble. I agree with sstockton it just depends on how you drive. I keep my foot on the old man setting most of the time. I would certainly look for a big supply pump, they are thirsty injectors. Oh and get used to higher egt's mine are around 900 running down the road
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Wow! That is a bit hot...

By chance what kind of MPG's are you seeing with that setup now?

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