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I really want to start looking into some fuel mods.....

What should I do first?

1) Aftermarket CP3 with higher flow rate

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2) Have my injectors test, rebuilt, with 50-90 HP nozzles?
 

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I would personally like to add 50-60 hp nozzles myself.

I was thinking I would add the Arson III kit first. Then put the nozzles on and monitor rail pressure. If you can't maintain rail pressure then upgrade pumps (Wicked offers you credit if you already have the Arson III).

I think you will need a CP3 upgrade to support the nozzles. From what I read an Arson III is good up to 90 hp injectors or so.

This is what I've gathered from research I've done. I'm sure others can offer first hand experience.

I was also considering running the F1 diesel nozzles, but I heard he is 8 weeks out right now. At least to check out and rebuild injectors. I had Don's Mach 1.6s in my 01 and they worked flawlessly. Know he has a good product, but they are also at a premium price.

Now I'm leaning towards Wicked's Mafia nozzles. His are also EDM'd. Heard good things about his stuff.
 

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I ran 90s without any CP3 upgrade and held rail pressure just fine :thumbsup:
 

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What "HP" nozzles should I look at?

I don't want really any smoke for normal driving

I don't want my EGTs to greatly increase

What power level nozzles will work well with my BD Super B Single?
 

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What "HP" nozzles should I look at?

I don't want really any smoke for normal driving

I don't want my EGTs to greatly increase

What power level nozzles will work well with my BD Super B Single?
90s will be fine with your turbo. 50s are waste of $$ IMHO. Cuz you know, like all of us your eventually gonna want more power! :thumbsup:
 

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So I can basically put the new nozzles on my stock injectors and be fine.....since I am not having any injector issues
 

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Would it be worth to have the injector bodies tested while they are out, or no?

My truck has 73,000 miles on it
 

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Also, is anyone running the new Mafia Nozzles from Wicked Diesel?

They are only like $550, compared to $700+ from others
 

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Also, is anyone running the new Mafia Nozzles from Wicked Diesel?

They are only like $550, compared to $700+ from others
I should runnin some in bout a month, will let you know how I like em. As far as getting your injectors tested it's a good idea, they're probly fine but would'nt hurt to get em checked.
 

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Thanks for the info.....please let me know how the Mafia Nozzles turn out

What HP level nozzles did you get?

Does Shane have them in stock ready to ship?
 

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I'll be getting 90-100hp tips, whatever shane recommends for my power goals. I'm unsure if he has them ready to ship or not.
 
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I am going with some Flux 2 nozzles (100-105 HP)......

I am wanting to get a larger single CP3, what CP3 level (or % over stock) will be good?

Stage 2 is what I am thinking and looking at
 

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I am going with some Flux 2 nozzles (100-105 HP)......

I am wanting to get a larger single CP3, what CP3 level (or % over stock) will be good?

Stage 2 is what I am thinking and looking at
You might be able to do a stage 1 from shane. But a stage 2 would be plenty.
 
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