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post #1 of 49 Old 12-28-2010, 06:47 AM Thread Starter
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600hp+ how to get there?

Im looking at gettin over 600hp, I'm lookin at liberators Oringed heads, I got studs, also a ad2 with itp return system, i have a extrude honed intake manifold and a egr delete setup as well. I'm looking at the oil cooler delete from liberator. I havent decided on elites or Innovates hybrids, possibly RCD 255mm+, I haven't decided on a turbo because I want a vgt turbo but the biggest I have found so far is a 66mm, I have also looked into straight vain turbos 68mm+, I heard RCD is getting ready to release a 74mm but I'm afraid of the massive amount of turbo lag and what issues I would have with getting it lit. I have also looked at elites hpop upgrade. I also have a ATS torque convertor and billet input and output shafts on the trans

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Adrenalines HPOP
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What are you going to do with this truck? That 68mm will not be streetable.

225s and a 66 non VGT will get you very close to 600 and be alot easier.
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I wouldn't suggest buying RCD injectors.... Get some 225s from a reputable source and go with twins. You'll have very streetable 600HP

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Well right now I have 205s with a vgt-ss it's getting me at the best 556, I'm going to hook this up on the sled, it will be driven on the street Friday and Saturday night, besides that idk what the truck gonna be used for.
I just got off the phone with Garret at EDE and I think I have decided im gonna be running 315cc Hybrids, 71mm VGT Billet Turbo, Adrenalines Upgraded HPOP, PnP +1mm valves heads, stage 1 cam, 165 ad2.

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My suggestion is when you send injectors in for cores, just swap even with me, my stock ones for your 205's ... sounds good!

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What are you going to do with this truck? That 68mm will not be streetable.

225s and a 66 non VGT will get you very close to 600 and be alot easier.
i agree with this thats what i got now ecept i have water meth and im close to 600. im swaping my 225s for 305 hybrids. they are supose to be alot better so im thinkin ill have 600.
im also wonder what will the truck be used for? that will help us give better input
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Go with either 225's or 285's otherwise you will loose all streetablity without either twins or a procharger setup

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Well I talked to EDE and I am ordering 315cc Hybrid and I'm going to use a 71mm Billet VGT turbo, i have a built trans already and studs, but I don't have a fuel system installed, I have a 150 AD2 but I have questions on how to install it and should I buy ITPs regulated return ir what since I have a regulator on the ad2

2003 F-250 RC/LB 6.0L with Innovative tunes, K&N FIPK, 3.5 inch down pipe to 6 inch stacks, ARP studs, Autometer gauges, 2006 grill and bumper.

2003 F250 CC/SB 7.3L DP-Tuner, 4" turbo back 5" tip, Autometer gauges, Cowl Hood.

1984 Ranger RC/LB 2.2L Perkins, turned the pump up, turbo off a Mitsubishi 2.3L, and yes it rolls coal, it's not fast, and it's not for sale. 290k miles 43 mpg
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And is there anything else I should do to support those mods

2003 F-250 RC/LB 6.0L with Innovative tunes, K&N FIPK, 3.5 inch down pipe to 6 inch stacks, ARP studs, Autometer gauges, 2006 grill and bumper.

2003 F250 CC/SB 7.3L DP-Tuner, 4" turbo back 5" tip, Autometer gauges, Cowl Hood.

1984 Ranger RC/LB 2.2L Perkins, turned the pump up, turbo off a Mitsubishi 2.3L, and yes it rolls coal, it's not fast, and it's not for sale. 290k miles 43 mpg
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