Why use Dynomite Diesel Performance Injectors?
- * Reliability
- * More Power
- * Lower EGT’s
- * Less Smoke
- * Better Mileage
- * Quiet Idle
- * Smooth Idle
Dynomite Diesel builds the best performance injectors available. At Dynomite Diesel, we are constantly testing new products to give our customers the best driving experience possible. With our dyno, just a short walk from our Hone, adjustments can be made frequently so you get the best product available.
What will increase my trucks power without decreasing reliability?
DDP Injectors are not another electronic box that will fail as soon as you leave home - or worse yet, when you are towing your trailer several miles from home. If you want something reliable that adds power, you can be confident that DDP Injectors are the solution.
What is the difference between Hone, EDM, and AFM?
Electro Discharge Machining is a process in which an electrically charged wire burns a hole through metal. Bosch uses EDM to create nozzles, but on a very advanced machine that controls the angle and speed of the wire insertion. The angle of insertion must be measured and implemented VERY accurately or the spay angle will be changed, resulting in possible engine damage.
When Bosch changes the speed of insertion, they can achieve a cone-shaped hole that will improve atomization. EDM’s that are used in the aftermarket are usually decommissioned medical instruments that do not have the ability to control either angle or speed precisely enough to create a quality product. Electro Discharge Machining done by Bosch is followed by Abrasive Flow Machining, to clean up any imperfections, remove burn residual and balance injector flow.
Aftermarket EDM'ing does not use AFM to balance flow, or clean up any imperfections. DDP Injectors use Hone Technology. We start with an EDM’ed nozzle with the correct spray angle, and finish Hone them to remove imperfections, polish the inside of the nozzle, and radius the inside of the holes where the fuel flows. This leads to better atomization, which provides less smoke and heat, and more power and mileage. Adding volume without helping atomization only adds heat and smoke, which means less useable power.
Why hone each nozzle separately?
DDP Hones each nozzle separately and balances their flow to better-than-factory specs to create a smooth idle, and smoother running truck. Stock injector nozzles from Bosch are usually within 2 to 3 liters per minute on a flow test machine. When any set of nozzles leaves DDP, it will be within 1 liter per minute.
Will Extrude honed nozzles void my warranty?
Very few dealership techs would be able to detect DDP Honed Injectors. Electronic boxes can leave codes in your truck that indicate their past presence, leaving you without a warranty. This only applies to stock nozzles. Nozzles on 98.5-02 Dodges are easily detected by the dealership.
What else should I buy with injectors?
All trucks that receive injectors should have at minimum, a pyrometer installed to monitor exhaust gas temperature.
What if I want a custom horsepower level?
DDP can hone custom nozzles for “race only” applications, or a custom horsepower. A custom injector order form must be signed by the end user stating that they are aware of the risks, and lack of warranty.
What kind of warranty does DDP offer?
Dynomite Diesel warranties it’s injectors for 1 year from the date of
purchase. An original invoice must be presented in order to redeem the
warranty. Dynomite Diesel warranties only the injector and will not pay
any lost wages, shipping costs, hotel accommodations, towing, food,
fines or taxes.
Dynomite Diesel reserves the right to repair
the injector rather than replace it if a warranty claim is accepted.
This warranty does not cover abuse, fuel contamination, improper install
or misapplication. This warranty also does not cover any Cummins
Common Rail or Duramax Common Rail injector or any 6.0 Ford injector as
we cannot make these any better than Siemens and Bosch.
I have 3 Electronic boxes stacked, will I still get the advertised horsepower level?
No, not necessarily. Our injector testing is based upon stock trucks. Some trucks will respond fine to the stacking and injectors, and others will not gain the advertised horsepower level. In this case, I would consider removing one or more of your unreliable electronic boxes to get the full horsepower gain and reliability that a set of DDP injectors can provide.
Additionally, if you add a set of injectors and do not get the advertised gain, make sure that you have enough air to burn the fuel that you are trying to cram into the motor. Just because it was on TV does not mean that it will work correctly with a stock turbo, exhaust, and no air box.
What is drive pressure, and how will it affect my truck?
Drive pressure is the amount of backpressure measured in PSI between the exhaust valves and the turbine wheel on the turbo. Boost is the amount of pressure between the intake valves and the compressor wheel. If the drive pressure is higher than the boost, you have what is called Negative Delta. Negative Delta can ruin head gaskets and other engine components, and actually slow you down in the upper RPM’s. If the drive pressure is higher than the boost pressure, a smaller amount of fuel, or a larger amount of air is needed.