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Old 10-25-2011, 04:39 PM
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what are the biggest injectors i can run without getting a fuel system? and how many hp will they make?
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Get a tuner and exhaust first wildman, then get some big injectors.
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Without doing anything? Maybe 155's. Maybe. I would atleast suggest a banjo upgrade with blue fuel pressure spring if not a full RR kit and/or Airdog. I know I'm not going to drop the coin for new injectors and not do a new fuel pump as well such as an Airdog. 155s will get you about 480Hp with a powermax turbo. 175s 500+ HP with a PM, and 190s 525-550hp with a PM.
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100% stock fuel system? stock
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depends how big your ball sack is
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depends how big your ball sack is
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depends how big your ball sack is
I tried that stock pump stuff......... worked good as long as you didnt watch the fp gauge guess i lacked the testicular fortitude

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Old 10-25-2011, 09:20 PM
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Get a tuner and exhaust first wildman, then get some big injectors.
rite now iv got turbo back 4" straight pipe, k&n, aem water methanol, sct programmer, boost builder. iv got arp head studs to put on then send my programmer away for looney wild. ill order injectors as soon as i know what ones to get then get the garret powermax turbo.
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first off take the boost fooler off. no need for it as tuning will take care of it and more boost doesnt always equal power. on a stock system ive seen 155's live a long time without any problems. if you want to go larger than that your gonna need some type of fuel system upgrade. which you should do the blue spring anyways and while your there might as well do the 6.4 bolts. that right there is like 70 bucks to do if you dont have to buy the regulator housing as well. then just put an airdog on and you could prob do 190's with 75% nozzles but i wouldnt go much past that without a RR.
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Old 10-26-2011, 07:18 PM
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how many horse are 155s?
90?
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