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I've noticed that Performance Diesel Inc. is selling Industrial Injection injectors on their website for the 6.7 that are listed as "Dragon Fly - 50hp...Dragon Flow - 90hp...and Super Dragon Flow - 120hp.....it says that the 50hp injectors work well with the stock cp3 but once you get up to the 90hp ones they say that you should purchase the modified cp3 sold by industrial injection, if I'm not mistaken the 120hp ones require the modified cp3 with the dual feed line......I was just wondering if anybody has purchased a modified cp3 and or injectors from them and if so how is the set up working for you?
 

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Good Find. I havent seen that yet.
 

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bump....bump....bump....
 

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Wow, i looked at their prices. Holy crap. You would be better off getting the Nozzles from DDP.
 

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Yep!

That's what I plan on doing!!!

I'm gonna get the 90 HP nozzles.

You also DON'T have to modify your Cp3...or buy a modified Cp3.

You shouldn't need a modified Cp3 until you're throwing down like 600 RWHP!!!???

Right Cowboy?

I mean, hell you can get upwards of 450 RWHP from electronics alone!!!

But it would cost you a fortune...and you might wanna change out your torque converter, or clutch (depending on your truck)!!!
 

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oh yeah I totally agree with both of you....i don't plan on paying that much for their stuff when I can just get the nozzles....later on in the future I hope to be getting around 600hp but for now I just wanna stack some chips and modify my transmission along with the other performance "basics"....i was just wondering if anybody had dished out the cash to buy this stuff yet and try it out.
plus I thought that I should just go ahead and make a thread about it since I hadn't heard about it until I looked through 8 lug magazine.
 

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If your going to add injectors with the edge juice (heavy timing/duration) and the mp-8 (pressure/timing curve) they will start sucking the rail down rapidly especially over 50hp like the 90s or 120s. Brett, Brady, and Cody at II are stand up guys but their are several other options available injector wise and for modified cp3s as far as I know they are the only ones currently doing 6.7L cp3s although from what I hear they are similar to the 5.9s. If I were you I would look into atleast a bag of parts from II for your diy cp3 and nothing above 90hp injectors until a fully modified cp3 is added.
 

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so with the edge doing the heavy timing and duration and the mp-8 doing pressure and timing curve, where do you find that running them both gives you the best fuel mileage or do you find that one does better then the other?
 

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so with the edge doing the heavy timing and duration and the mp-8 doing pressure and timing curve, where do you find that running them both gives you the best fuel mileage or do you find that one does better then the other?
I, personally, don't know?

However, I HAVE been told by other users on here, that the DDP 90 HP Inj. Nozzles DON'T require you to have a modified Cp3.

I can see where the 90-120 HP Injectors would require a modified Cp3, especially the 120's, since they utilize a dual feed-line setup.

Honestly, I don't know how much it would cost to properly run the II 120's, w/ their modified Cp3, and dual feed-line setup???

Does anyone out there know???

And, would it still function properly with your stock VGT turbo???

I mean, black-smoke = unburnt fuel, so wouldn't you be over-fueling???

I would imagine that our stock VGT's can't push enough air to properly atomize the fuel enough to burn it clean???

What do yall think???
 

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Anything below 25kpsi at wide open throttle is a loss in hp a rail pressure guage is the only way to find out. If your starving the motor for fuel with these modules all the way up your egts are going to be way higher then if you had the proper amount of fuel psi b/c the fuel is sent through the injectors into the cylinder at its designed psi and it is able to atomize into alot finer particle equaling fuel that is burnt and you are able to use as power not spent fuel.
 

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mine holds 25000 to 26000 right now but seems to cut out at times but the guage doesnt drop off at all maintains right there at those numbers
 

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I cant believe your stock turbo puts up with you :lol3: you sound just like me :thumbsup keep it up your turning heads with that 6.7 of yours.
 

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His 6.7 is a freak of nature. My truck lacks fuel from the tank as it is. The Airdog should solve that issue. I am thinking maybe a modded CP3 will be after the injectors if i get a lack of RP. If not then it may be off to a set of twins.
 

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and just to think when I went to test drive it they told me it was a 6.7 and I threw the keys back to them and said no I want a 5.9. well look what I ended up with
 

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We all wish we had the magic 6.7. I never thought when i bought mine i would be here with a modded truck.
 

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We all wish we had the magic 6.7. I never thought when i bought mine i would be here with a modded truck.
I DID!!!!!

I just didn't realize how damn expensive everything for a first-year truck was gonna be!!!

At first, it was a heart thumper...but now that they're becoming more popular...it's a coronary!!!!!!!!!! :thud:



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