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Which injectors ?

with all the mods in my sig and an upgraded CP3 will 90 hp DDP injectors be the best or should I go a little bigger, ive seen several people running custom DDP sticks (110 hp) but most of them have dual CP3s. I dont want to just get the 90 hp sticks and afterwards wish Id gotten bigger ones. also where can I find Don M injectors at. Thanks

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With a stg 2 Cp3, you'll be fine running 110hp injectors. I know of a guy with stg. 2, DonM Flux 3's (~150hp), Smarty, EZ, and a TST. And still maintained good rail pressure.

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Hope this isn't a dumb question but I am new to the diesel scene...but whats a cp3?
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a cp3 is a high pressure injection pump for a dodge and duramax
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I run DDP 110's with a floor it stage II+ CP3. scarry larry with an ez, im actualy running out of fuel(from the injectors) when i go down the track im completly clean. 639HP and a 12.289(on 35's)...they work darn good.
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with all the mods in my sig and an upgraded CP3 will 90 hp DDP injectors be the best or should I go a little bigger, ive seen several people running custom DDP sticks (110 hp) but most of them have dual CP3s. I dont want to just get the 90 hp sticks and afterwards wish Id gotten bigger ones. also where can I find Don M injectors at. Thanks

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im setting high rail pressure codes with floor it diesel stage 2 and flux 3s with just a smarty

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im setting high rail pressure codes with floor it diesel stage 2 and flux 3s with just a smarty
Its the floor it pump...that can be a good thing though, at least your not draining your rail. It does put more stress on the injector tips but i race probably 7 times each friday and have never had a problem. Their is a fix for the rail pressure problem...ill keep you updated.
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