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dirtboy726
03-06-2013, 04:52 PM
It has been quite a while with nothing new posted in here.
What is new guys? Must have some amazing news or new stuff to share .

sweetdiesel
03-06-2013, 07:37 PM
I am wondering the same? and when can I get some?:D

juddski88
03-06-2013, 09:33 PM
I want to know more about the Billet heads they have just begun working on:please:

x MadMAX DIESEL
03-06-2013, 09:41 PM
It doesn't look like a head to me. Maybe just have opposite injector banks so the same head can be fitted up with each cylinder bank. The valve spots look funny too. That's why I don't think its a head, unless its in the very first stages of development and its "prototype" for both left and right side.

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JoshH
03-06-2013, 10:34 PM
It doesn't look like a head to me. Maybe just have opposite injector banks so the same head can be fitted up with each cylinder bank. The valve spots look funny too. That's why I don't think its a head, unless its in the very first stages of development and its "prototype" for both left and right side.

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Maybe I'm misreading, but stock heads can be swapped side to side. You just have to move the freeze plugs for the coolant crossover/thermostat housing.

x MadMAX DIESEL
03-07-2013, 12:16 AM
thinking about it, I guess I'm wrong. If you twist it around the engine they could, for some reason (probably just trying to get a better arguement) I was saying in my head like bring the head over the engine without turning it around. That way the injectors would be the correct way... Idk dumb. But heres the pic, I still dont think its a head. why would they have 8 injectors? What engine would that fit?? The "head" looks like its 3/4" wider than it would need to be. Where are the head bolt holes, and where are the valve holes? There "cut outs" are right in the way of the valves.
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x MadMAX DIESEL
03-07-2013, 12:24 AM
Someone commented flow testing. Probably just a way to test multiple injectors at once? I don't see what else it could be?

PACougar
03-07-2013, 12:34 AM
With 8 injectors it would sure be a lot easier to run massive amounts of fuel into the motor. What are you running? 2-100 percent over injectors:)

juddski88
03-07-2013, 05:21 AM
Someone commented flow testing. Probably just a way to test multiple injectors at once? I don't see what else it could be?

Maybe...doesn't look like any flow bench/test stand I've ever seen

MadMaxx61
03-07-2013, 06:05 AM
thinking about it, I guess I'm wrong. If you twist it around the engine they could, for some reason (probably just trying to get a better arguement) I was saying in my head like bring the head over the engine without turning it around. That way the injectors would be the correct way... Idk dumb. But heres the pic, I still dont think its a head. why would they have 8 injectors? What engine would that fit?? The "head" looks like its 3/4" wider than it would need to be. Where are the head bolt holes, and where are the valve holes? There "cut outs" are right in the way of the valves.
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I have seen a few sets of LSX heads with twin injectors setups.


Why not for a Duramax? You would be able to run smaller nozzles get better at atomization.

juddski88
03-07-2013, 06:27 AM
Just would seem very very difficult to get the spray angle correct.

duramaxdiesel
03-07-2013, 07:05 AM
Just would seem very very difficult to get the spray angle correct.

I agree it would. But ( no I ain't no cheerleader ) Brayden just blows me away with the shit he knows and comes up with. It takes time for the product to come to market but when it does you see that it was worth the wait.

I still remember when he pulled up to me with his LLY in Indy because he saw my DTT tranny sticker:o He asked a few questions. That's when I saw him with this little piece of plywood about a sq.ft. With a bunch of resistors and knobs and stuff. That was the first prototype of the TurboBrake I believe.

Nick

DMAXchris
03-07-2013, 07:22 AM
Just would seem very very difficult to get the spray angle correct.

x2. Seems like the injector holes would need to be closer together for that to work.

I'm interested to hear what it is.

sweetdiesel
03-07-2013, 09:16 AM
jmo but having 2 sets of injectors would be awesome!
id have a set of 350 overs and 1set of stock.

excellent for spooling and excellent for power

TNRGreene
03-07-2013, 12:12 PM
Not trying to argue.
Why would you need 2 injectors per cylinder?
What is the gain?

x MadMAX DIESEL
03-07-2013, 01:33 PM
Not trying to argue.
Why would you need 2 injectors per cylinder?
What is the gain?

That's what I was wondering. If yours gonna do a custom head for crazy injector stuff, why not just change the injectors? Like run a big john deere injector or the like. Fueling the not enough fuel through an injector at big rpm isn't the injectors fault either, its the pump too. big mechanical injection with big injectors would be better.

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sweetdiesel
03-07-2013, 01:35 PM
Not trying to argue.
Why would you need 2 injectors per cylinder?
What is the gain?

Todd

Iam no expert tuner but I cant imagine trying to spool a turbo with 350 over injectors.

However I dont even know it would be possible to have 2 different size injector or how you controll each set?

just some thing I have thought about

TNRGreene
03-07-2013, 01:38 PM
I think the issue would be keeping the bottom end together after you figured out all the rest. I like thinking outside the box though. Will reserve my comments for hp/weight/ cost factors of an aftermarket head, if that's indeed what it is ;)

To steal from Jon: what do I know? :D

TNRGreene
03-07-2013, 01:40 PM
We'll see how chris's truck handles a big pump & injectors

motoking_1990
12-03-2014, 07:26 AM
Anyone figure out what was going on with this thing?

JoshH
12-03-2014, 09:08 AM
I believe they used it to make this.

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motoking_1990
12-05-2014, 04:50 AM
Guess thats a good way to test all the injectors. And to get a good look whats going on.
Is this a flow test?

JoshH
12-05-2014, 08:44 AM
I've seen them post a few videos on youtube using it to compare how well their different CP3s hold rail pressure and what happens to rail pressure with different combinations of stock and drilled fuel rail fittings.