Fuel Injectors for 2003 and Newer HPCR Engines – Injector Upgrades and Preventing Failures

Fuel Injectors for 2003 and Newer HPCR Engines – Injector Upgrades and Preventing Failures

Originally appeared in TDR Issue 72 May/June/July 2011 by Joe Donnelly Fuel Injectors for 2003 and Newer HPCR Engines Injector Upgrades and Preventing Failures In Issue 56 (page 96), Scott Dalgleish discussed his results with Dynomite Diesel Performance (DDP) injectors on his Third Generation Turbo Diesel. In his quest for mileage first, and power second, Scott chose a set of Stage 1 fuel injectors. His article described the aforementioned extrude honing manufacturing processes and provided dyno results verifying the horsepower claims of DDP. He reported an increase in fuel mileage…

Fuel Injectors for 2003 and Newer HPCR Engines – Frequently Asked Questions

Fuel Injectors for 2003 and Newer HPCR Engines – Frequently Asked Questions

Fuel Injectors for 2003 and Newer HPCR Engines Frequently Asked Questions Rail Pressure versus Fuel Mileage Q: In Issue 63, page 82, writer Joe Donnelly did an article about the 2003 and newer ECMs and reprogramming them using a “Smarty” by MADS Electronics. In that article we are told that added rail pressure does not give mileage gains and is “problematic to injector and injection system durability.” Then on page 110 there was a “Product Showcase” article where we are led to believe that increasing fuel pressure will increase mpg…

Fuel Injectors for 2003 and Newer HPCR Engines – Injector Removal and Replacement

Fuel Injectors for 2003 and Newer HPCR Engines – Injector Removal and Replacement

Originally appeared in TDR Issue 72 May/June/July 2011 by Joe Donnelly Fuel Injectors for 2003 and Newer HPCR Engines Injector Removal and Replacement Tools: You will need a few specialty tools to make the injector replacement easier. The aluminum plate at the top keeps the exhaust rockers in order and assembled. Under it at the left is a 15/16” socket cut down to 1” total length, with a connector tube nut in it. To the right of the nut is an orange painted tube that facilitates pressing the new injector…