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Old 01-05-2012, 03:12 PM
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What is needed to handle 190's?

Hey guys i just wanna make sure i have everything im gonna need, just ordered suncoasts triple disc convertor, stage three iron clutch packs with trans go shift kit, and billet input shaft, Also got the mag tech deep trans pan. The truck already has powermax turbo all the deletes and arp studs, and currently running xrace but will get rewritten for the injectors. I do not know what fuel system exactly to get. I also dont know if ill need any other support like differnt push rods or what not?Or H11 studs? i was told there a better stud. Any input would be great!

BTW my stock injectors will be sent out to jesse at warren diesel and being rebuilt and bumped up to 190/75%. He is a very nice guy and seems to really know what he is doing. He said the truck should def rip.
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if thats what you have done so far youre ahead of the game. I say a sump, and a custom fuel system with an a1000 and a fuel/water separator directly feeding to the heads and finishing off with a regulated return. Get that stock stuff outta there.
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who's sump?
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Hellman or TSD, they both have gold sumps. I have a Hellman on my truck.
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oh great thanks guys....ill look into that. what kinda fuel system? air dog or fass?
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Don't forget the transmission. It tends to drop a deuce at the most inopportune times when run through the ringer without being beefed up.
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oh great thanks guys....ill look into that. what kinda fuel system? air dog or fass?

neither, aeromotive
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I just ordered an Airdog DF-165 to install when I put in my 190cc/75% injectors. What are the benefits of running the system you are talking about over the Airdog?
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It wont fail on you
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if you are going to run an AD2, I would recommend installing a sump. This will remove a considerable amount of strain from the AD and should allow it to live longer. JMO.
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