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Best Injectors??????

Has anyone tried the bully dog injectors. I found some for step 8's for under $800.

Does anyone have any favorites???? I have ran both stage 2 and stage 4 jammers and i am really not to impressed with them. I just thought i would see if anyone has any recommendations. I am wanting to hit the 500 to 600 hp range. Right now before the cam i was at 425hp. Fixing to try and get my head fireringed and ported.

Surely with some bigger injectors, possibly bigger connecting tubes, Redline box, s300 64/14 on top of a HTB3, Heavy duty valve springs and titanium retainers i will be able to hit some were in that 500 o 600 range?????

Also is there any single turbos out there that will support that HP range and wont be too laggy????

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sorry to thread jack but what did those jammers do to your fuel milage? im in the market for some stage 3 sticks but dont want to kill my milage.
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I really couldnt tell you i pull so damn much i never really get to get a full tank just driving. I get anywhere from 10 to 14 pulling. If you want to try some i have a set of stage 2 and a set of 4 for sale.

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DonM's Mach series seem to be very popular. But a little on the expensive side.

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DDP is the best injector on the market for the 24V right now in my opinion. There is a guy that just put a set of 150Hp DDP's in his truck and took out the stage five jammers. Truck runs stronger, smoother and not as hot. I've heard a guy put in a set of Stage 5 DDP's and they dynoed 10hp more then the Mach 6 injector. I plan to go with DDP injectors in mine.

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DDP is the best injector on the market for the 24V right now in my opinion. There is a guy that just put a set of 150Hp DDP's in his truck and took out the stage five jammers. Truck runs stronger, smoother and not as hot. I've heard a guy put in a set of Stage 5 DDP's and they dynoed 10hp more then the Mach 6 injector. I plan to go with DDP injectors in mine.

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I've been up and down the full range of injectors for a 24valve. By far the best I have ran are the Mach injectors from Don. Don's injectors are very clean burning for the size and seem to be easier on EGT's as well. So far I haven't seen anyone have a better spray pattern that what Don is getting out of the Mach injectors. I haven't had any experiance with the DDP's but hear lots of good things about them as well. I would say if I was buying another set Don's would be first on my list and then the DDP's. If I was trying to save a little $$$$$ then I would got with the DDP's first.

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Don M's are a really nice injector. You should be able to do very well with that set up and a set of mach 6-8 injectors. Mach 8's, Nitrous, B1, Edge comp, Redline, Hilux 2, and HRVP44 made 832hp. Thats a nice number for a 24v right there. Not sure if there was any other head work.
I talked to a guy that ran those bully dog stage 8's, and didn't like them as much as the Mach 5's he has now. I know someone else that ran those in his old truck a couple years ago and liked them.
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Bully dog injectors are junk.

They are a large 7 hole with a terrible spray pattern and poor fuel atomization.

The BD 8's will smoke black at idle.
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WEll thats what i was kindof think about the bully dog injectors. Has anyone on here tried any of haisley's injectors. I am so impressed with their cam that i have been considering going with them for the injectors. But i havent heard anyone that has used them.

I have heard a lot about the Mach injectors and have a friend with some Mach 7's. That truck is a running son of a gun.

So what size mach's or DDP should i run.

This is my problem i have heard good things about both. But i want more.

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Mach 6's are a popular choice for twinned trucks. Some guys are even running the Mach 7's w/ twins.

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