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I think they are 125-150hp, they run really good. They never hit 1200 during the pull and im still running the stock hx35.

Wait.. you're running a 125-150hp injector on the stock HX35, and your EGTs don't go through the roof? WTF?
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Wait.. you're running a 125-150hp injector on the stock HX35, and your EGTs don't go through the roof? WTF?

Very possible... Now if he's not running a box I would say its very possible. Like Just using a Edge Comp with stock injectors is 120 HP and the EGT's are very managable. But stacked with a box it should be insane...
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I run my comp on 2x5 for daily driving for the best mileage and was also running 2x5 for both pulls. Lee's injectors run clean and cool, you can only see a little puff of smoke when I first took off. I built about 5-7 psi boost and let her eat. It hovered around 1100 then close to the end was between 1150 and 1200.

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Those Bd's will run hotter if they are 8hole nozzles. The jammer 150's I replaced with these 7x.010's ran hot. The hottest I saw with them was passing someone on a small hill one time on 5x5 to the floor and when I looked up it was at 14**, I checked my dataloging when I got home and it like something like 1640.:stuned:

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I run my comp on 2x5 for daily driving for the best mileage and was also running 2x5 for both pulls. Lee's injectors run clean and cool, you can only see a little puff of smoke when I first took off. I built about 5-7 psi boost and let her eat. It hovered around 1100 then close to the end was between 1150 and 1200.

--- Update to the previous post...

Those Bd's will run hotter if they are 8hole nozzles. The jammer 150's I replaced with these 7x.010's ran hot. The hottest I saw with them was passing someone on a small hill one time on 5x5 to the floor and when I looked up it was at 14**, I checked my dataloging when I got home and it like something like 1640.:stuned:

Going with lees 7x.010 also be Good to see
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Here was lastnights pull, it was a big turnout with close to 50 trucks

yee haw !!! How many feet ?? Gives us the quick "juniors" guide to whats all involved in pulling. From equipment, costs, how often and what you have to learn etc .... :thumbup2:
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Not pulling my truck but do use my truck to tow my pulling tractor to events. 4 third place, 1 second place and 5 first place showings.Pulling is all about hitch height, distance of pull point from rear axle, weight placement, tire pressure and guessing right on track condition. Basicly in that order. Two pounds less or of air pressure can make the difference between being in first vs third place or worse, for example.This is on the way to winning the 8500 lb class last saturdaypost-11640-138698190563_thumb.jpg

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yee haw !!! How many feet ?? Gives us the quick "juniors" guide to whats all involved in pulling. From equipment, costs, how often and what you have to learn etc .... :thumbup2:

I bumped up to work/stock class this time instead of fan particapation because there was nobody else pulling in fp when I weighed up. Its usually about $20 but its the best $20 you will ever spend. Its a rush when your building boost on the start and then stomp the throttle. I dont have anything special done to my truck but could use some traction bars eventually. The dirt was so soft at this pull where usually its hard packed so no one seemed to pull as far. The winner in my class pulled 188' and I got 103, not great but not last place either. Its all about fun for me anyway, if your in it to make money im pretty sure your gonna go broke.
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