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i know i have asked this question before. But im looking at putting injectors in my truck if it doesnt sale. Im not wanting to put the biggest but looking at a decent set like 100hp. Which is the best way to go?
 

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if your gonna sell your truck later and don't want to spend alot of money i would suggest the jammer 3's. I have a friend here with a truck similar to yours and he doesn't really have any smoke issues and they don't get real hot.
Then there are DDP's. From the truck i have seen with them they are really pretty clean and make good power with lower temps.
I have never actually run the Machs, but there must be something good about them because everyone backs them. They are supposted to be the cleanest, most effecient, and cosest to the rated horsepower of any injector.

Its really about how much you want to spend.
 

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StrokeThisGoat said:
he doesn't really have any smoke issues and they don't get real hot.
I have them, they work pretty well, but the do smoke and they do run pretty hot, but for the money they are pretty good. Just from my experience.
 

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i guess they are different in every truck, and maybe we have different standards on smoke issues. What are you calling hot? the guy im talking about, his don't get over 1350*
 

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i have jammer 4s i like them alot dont run to hot..smoke a good bit but over all runs good with my setup let me know if you have any questions about them i got m,ine 4 600.00 with no core so if i sell the truck i can put the old injectors back in...
 

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I imagine your turbo is stock and the guy strokethisgoat is talking bout has a stock turbo two?? just wanna know cause i have the same quesion :popcorn:
 

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i have a stock turbo...
 

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I believe strokethisgoat has a BD superB turbo. My friend towed a 42' enclosed 5er for most of a year with his truck with an Edge comp box and stage 3 jammers and was able to keep egt's manageable with a stock hy35. However, he could see 1500 degrees easily with that set up as well. I can see 1500 with my drag comp and Rv275's which are a very mild injector.

So, could you drive it with a stock charger? Sure, just watch your gauges and be careful. I've seen guys run mach 6's on a stock charger. Personally I would suggest running a mach 1.6 or a mach 2. They experience I've had with mach series injectors has been great, they are a little pricey but they are a pretty clean burning injector and fuel milage increases are usually witnessed as well.
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I only have a stock turbo also. and the only thing ill be towing is a 21' ranger bass boat thats it. really i just want the injectors for play. If i get them can i tell a noticable difference if i left my chip on stock?
 

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I have a BD super b, but my friend has a stock hx35 turbo with his 3's.

When you compare injectors remember they are rated as if you put them in a truck with nothing but the set of injectors in a stock truck. If you put the stage 3's in you will get around 100 horse from the injectors by themselves then you can add your chip to that. Also is that luk clutch an organic-organic? if it is then it may not agree with the injectors and the hot box forever.

and on the egt's remember that every truck is different, with the super b turbo and before injectors and with my old injection pump i could hit 1550* because the pump wasn't timing correctly, then i replaced my pump and i couldn't get my egt's to hit 1300 at all no matter what you did. With the stage 5 injectors now its a different story, unfortionatly i haven't had the chance to actually spool my turbo on anything but 1x1 since my torque converter is some what toast.
 
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