Most exhaust brake manufacturers highly recommend 60 lb exhaust springs so it "should" have them.Anton - if my pops had an exhaust brake installed on this would he have had 60lb springs done too? he always had work done by reputable shops, spared no expenses and kept this thing on the reliable side above all
Yep likely only the exhaust valve springs.No, still an issue. The exhaust brake manufacturers recommend +60 pound springs on the exhaust valves ( only the exhaust valves).
So unless someone went above and beyond, the intake valve springs are likely still stockers.
Can’t help with labor hours estimate, I do my own work that way I know it’s done right. The downside is it usually takes me way longer than I expect.lol ****.
well thank you guys i appreciate it. blew a little bit of my performance budget on a .308 a couple hours ago so we may revisit this in a month or two. any idea on labor hours for the above services?
Injectors are classified by hole count, the size of the holes and the spray angle. What I believe you are looking at are marine injectors, with the wrong spray angle for the piston bowls we have. 230hp is a meaningless description.230hp bosch injectors (440$ on rockauto)
If your sure you never want to go past 350 hp, then stock 97 manual trans truck injectors will work just fine (those are 5 x 10.5) . If you'd like to leave yourself a little room for the future (because the desire for more HP never really stops), then a 5x12 is a good choice as well, something like this;injector recommendations? for 3-350 hp
also how can i tell if its not going into overdrive