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Old 08-07-2018, 04:27 PM
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I'm trying to find two things.

A good but not over priced source for injectors for a 94 12 valve.

Second, I'm trying to return the truck to stock as close as possible. The truck has a 188/220 cam and a 62/65/15 turbo. The truck is used to haul things, but not pull much. It has a flatbed on the back. Under slight acceleration if the RPMs are not above 1500 to 2000 the EGT rises to 1100 to 1200 quickly . I don't know what the current injectors are I bought the truck as is and now I'm doing the head gasket and studs . My question is will stock injectors be okay .

The pyrometer is located before the turbo in the manifold. I don't know if this makes any difference
 

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Power Driven Diesel has a pretty good budget injector. The pyro is in the right place, you could have a boost leak someplace causing the EGTs. Stock injectors will be too small for that turbo, but that doesn't mean you can't use them you just won't make as much power. Do you know what- if any- fuel plate it has in the injection pump?
 
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Originally Posted by JBearSVT View Post
Power Driven Diesel has a pretty good budget injector. The pyro is in the right place, you could have a boost leak someplace causing the EGTs. Stock injectors will be too small for that turbo, but that doesn't mean you can't use them you just won't make as much power. Do you know what- if any- fuel plate it has in the injection pump?
It has a custom fuel plate. I pulled the injectors a few days ago, they are the old 370 injectors. It was hazy at idle I believe they have the wrong spray pattern and are too big. I'm looking at a industrial injection set with 80 or 100 hp. I just got the heat back and have to order the head gasket. I will look at pdd, thanks for the suggestion.
 
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