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Whether its time to replace the injectors due to wear or you're simply looking for some more horsepower out of your Powerstroke without needing to upgrade the turbo, these Stage 1's are a great option. When combined with a performance chip, you will typically see gains of 50-100 rear wheel horsepower, supporting up to 350HP. The stock AA injectors found in the 1994-1997 Powerstroke's flow approximately 90cc of fuel, thus the Stage 1's can double the amount of fueling if you opt for the 180cc. The 160cc flow rate is for less smoke and 20-25 horsepower less than the 180cc option. If you are running a stock turbo and have not upgraded the truck with an intercooler, it is recommended to opt for the 160cc to keep heat and smoke to a minimum. However, if you're looking for a little extra power and have upgraded your airflow, then the 180cc's will work great.
RECOMMENDED USES FOR STAGE 1:
- Heavy Towing
- Light Towing
- Fuel Economy
- Mild to Moderate Performance Increase
- Stock Turbo or Slight Upgraded Turbo
- Stock Transmission
The buyer is to understand that these are aftermarket, high performance items, and Diesel Power Products is not responsible for any damage caused to the injectors or engine due to high EGTs, overrevving, engine failure or any other abuse or neglect.
If there is an injector problem, the buyer will have to purchase a new injector and send in the faulty injector. The buyer will receive a refund on the new injector after the faulty injector is inspected and determined to be covered by the above warranty.
- Casserly injectors are a single shot injector. Late 1996 and all 1997 California trucks run a split-shot injector from the factory. In order to switch from a split shot to a single shot injector, we recommend running custom tuning software for proper engine/fueling calibration.
- ManufacturerFull Force Diesel
- MPNAC-INJ-160cc | AC-INJ-180cc
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I am looking to put these on my truck. I am running a 140hp tune, and I have a wicked wheel 2. It also has a larger downpipe. Is this enough to run the 180cc??
Would also recommend a upgraded fuel system and an intercooler. An intercooler at least. If all you have is a single 140hp tune you might want to pick up a different chip that has more settings. 140hp with those injectors could run hot and really really smokey down low.