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Injectors 75 hp

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I am looking to put around 75 hp injectors in my truck. what is the best and what is the worst brand, and has any one had there stock injectors rebuilt to 75 hp. I have a friend that has his stock injectors that I can rebuild and give him my set after we install them. Thanks

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i have heard time and time again from Mopar and several others that RV275's are great injectors for these trucks and are about 50hp gain!:drool:

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Hey

Basically 3 choices as I see it

* rv275's (+40hp over stock) - around $300 from jacob at dieselautopower

* +75 injectors around $400 from CumminsPerformanceParts (CPP) - Jamie

* +50-75 DDP injectors $600 from DDP - haha ....... just good injectors

Obviously there are 100's more ......... but these give you a good range and probably best bang for buck $$

I run the middle ones. I had the 1st ones. I liked them both.

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I am looking to put around 75 hp injectors in my truck. what is the best and what is the worst brand, and has any one had there stock injectors rebuilt to 75 hp. I have a friend that has his stock injectors that I can rebuild and give him my set after we install them. Thanks

oh ..... and couldn't tell by your SIG .... do you have a chip/tuner ???

If NOT - forget the injectors ....... get a COMP/JUICE/QUAD - kill 4 birds with 1 stone :thumb1: For same price.

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I am by no means a 24Vologist.. but from what I have heard about and read about I would vote for either RV275's or anything of DDP's.

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Chris at SDX built my rv's.Weston built my custom 7x12's both work vary well.Three nice things about these guys, the price,super good people, and there knowledge.I have had 4 different injectors in my truck over the years.These are my "go to guys" for injectors.Edge jammers dont seem to be good,or last long others share this thinking.From what i hear the dpp are a good injector.I have never tryed them.

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RV275 (+40 HP) are good for a mild gain without a bunch of excessive smoke and will gain slightly on the MPG's... (1-2). Going above 75 HP injector tends to get rather smokey and lose of MPG's. Not exactly a streetable. As for rebuilding it basically replacing the pintle and nozzle then re-pop testing the injector...

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Chris at SDX built my rv's.Weston built my custom 7x12's both work vary well.Three nice things about these guys, the price,super good people, and there knowledge.I have had 4 different injectors in my truck over the years.These are my "go to guys" for injectors. Edge jammers dont seem to be good,or last long others share this thinking.From what i hear the dpp are a good injector.I have never tryed them.

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Just injectors, two full sets a year apart or so.And parts for injectors.I trust Chris and Weston.All my dealings were over the phone.The service is real good,quick to ship.This is the off season fore some so it may take longer to build them.They just moved into a new shop so i was told.

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RV275 (+40 HP) are good for a mild gain without a bunch of excessive smoke and will gain slightly on the MPG's... (1-2). Going above 75 HP injector tends to get rather smokey and lose of MPG's. Not exactly a streetable. As for rebuilding it basically replacing the pintle and nozzle then re-pop testing the injector...

I agree that the RV275s would make a great stick but don't knock the 75hp+ injectors now.:surrender: It's all in how you drive and what you do. If you tow heavy then yes they will get hot, same goes if you are driving it hard. However, I can drive mine on a daily basis without trouble and barely hit over 1000* unless I want to. And I've got my Comp on 5x5. If I turn that down, I'm sure temps would drop more like before I tapped the pump. It all comes down to what you do with your rig, how you drive, and what your goals are. I've had good luck with Jacob at Diesel Auto Power!:thumb1: And I can drive pretty much smokeless too unless I'm getting on it. I will get the most smoke when I shift to 4th gear due to the slight lug from the gear ratio being a hair too tall. All you have to do is float like a butterfly, sting like a bee!!:burnout:

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Hey Prowelder... I wasn't knocking the 75 HP sticks... :duh::lmao:

Going above 75 HP injector tends to get rather smokey and lose of MPG's. Not exactly a streetable.

Yeah like CajFlynn is running 75 HP injectors as well the last time I knew...

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Hey Prowelder... I wasn't knocking the 75 HP sticks... :duh::lmao: Yeah like CajFlynn is running 75 HP injectors as well the last time I knew...

Plus not all injectors same .... Cpp and ddp meant to be a lot cleaner than jammers as an example with guys getting a cleaner burn on bigger injectors .... So they say .... Been pretty happy with the +75 I have on now ... No drop in fuel mileage when I keep my foot out of it .... And definitely more power ....

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Plus not all injectors same .... Cpp and ddp meant to be a lot cleaner than jammers as an example with guys getting a cleaner burn on bigger injectors .... So they say .... Been pretty happy with the +75 I have on now ... No drop in fuel mileage when I keep my foot out of it .... And definitely more power ....

i have thought about doing business with jamie...he pulls his equipment around with some huge stix and an awesome turbo and the smoke...i think...isn't all that bad!!

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Hey Prowelder... I wasn't knocking the 75 HP sticks... :duh::lmao: Yeah like CajFlynn is running 75 HP injectors as well the last time I knew...

I wasn't trying to be rude or anything, just wanted to state that.:thumb1:

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Hey Guys,I was wondering about industrals injectors? Good bads? I have been looking at the 2x honed 75s and 3x honed 85s. Im just running edge ez.

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I have the +75 jammers but we are a dealer for ddp and I have sold 3-5 sets for the vp's and all very happy most gained 4+mpgs when the newness wore off

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My goal is to add 125 hp sticks, or 150 hp sticks if I have enough to add a turbo at the same time. It's my DD, and I have to drive downtown St. Louis to work so I really need to keep the smoke to a minimum.

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I like the DDP's but if you are running stock turbo you will smoke alot with anything over 50 hp injectors.

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I like the DDP's but if you are running stock turbo you will smoke alot with anything over 50 hp injectors.

Hmmm.., nope ;) running +75 and quad on level pl10 ..... On a hy35 ..., and minimal smoke unless I lay into it from a dead stop ;) ... She lights well though .;)

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My 200 over injectors haze at just about any speed.At 50 mph it is like a bread crumb trail,I can turn around and find my way back:lmao2:.Still get 16 mpg with them.Last year i took them out.I like the mpg of my 40 over better.They only puff smoke when i shift,and just a deep haze if i hammer on it.

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My 75hp jammers smoke alot! on level 3 I can get them to smoke alot. On level 6 it will pour coal all the way through acceleraton it will also hit 1700+ degres on the egt!:stuned:

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Hmmm.., nope ;) running +75 and quad on level pl10 ..... On a hy35 ..., and minimal smoke unless I lay into it from a dead stop ;) ... She lights well though .;)

You are running a tunner or plugin to. He is not.

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You are running a tunner or plugin to. He is not.

Thats only going to make it worse ....... more fuel :) Just saying - some injectors are a little dirtier due to lift/stroke and modifications ..... I think jammers are known for this ........ but mine burns pretty clean :) About to put a hx40 on though ....... and she will smoke a little more down low:thumb1:

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Anything from DDP, SDX, or CPP is going to be a good injector. Those guys put alot of time and effort into their product. I would stay away from industrial injection. I have a buddy that does injectors at a small local shop and said every injector from II that he has tested has been all over the place in pop pressures. :2cents:

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My 200 over injectors haze at just about any speed.At 50 mph it is like a bread crumb trail,I can turn around and find my way back:lmao2:.Still get 16 mpg with them.Last year i took them out.I like the mpg of my 40 over better.They only puff smoke when i shift,and just a deep haze if i hammer on it.

Thats funny right there. :lol:

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I am looking at some 125 hp injectors this summer. I am figuring that if I turn the Juice all the way down and keep my foot out of it I should be able to minimize the smoke. If I do hammer it, I am still hoping to keep the smoke level very low. I do understand that if I turn the Juice all the way up and hammer it, I will get a lot more smoke, but hopefully not too much. Once I get the cash later for a new turbo, that should take care of the smoke ( I hope). :2cents:

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