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Old 09-21-2010, 06:18 PM
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New Injectors/fuel pump?

I plan on getting a new torque converter and SCT Custom tunes as my first big upgrades. Should I also get new injectors or fuel pump? Any suggestions on what next step I should take on upgrading my powerhouse?
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I'd go with 155's for a stock turbo, with an AirDog 2 for fuel.
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What are you looking for as a end result? What are you useing your truck for?
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start with headstuds and an egr delete
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I took care of studs and delete already. I'm looking to increase efficientcy speed and torque. It is my everyday driver, yet I have occasional loads to pull. Im just trying to get the most power for step by step upgrades, with out buying a new tranny. I am getting a new T converter though. Please excuse any of my ignorance.
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155-175cc injectors, powermax turbo, airdog II

Good for about 500-530hp
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thanks for the replies
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155-175cc injectors, powermax turbo, airdog II

Good for about 500-530hp
I agree with this combo also, you should be able to tow anything you want still and the combo price wont be so bad.
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Here is the exact order I recommend things to my 6.0L Customers.

1. Head Studs & EGR Delete (Its not a matter of if its going to happen its when its going to happen)
2. Programmer, Exhaust, and Intake (If installed prior to EGR Delete it will only cause the cooler to crack sooner due to raised EGT's)
3. Injectors, Turbo, and Fuel System
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