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Turbo and Injector time. Need help

so here is what I have been thinking.. I have a 2003 6.0.

I pull a 10k trailer couple times a year.

But I want more ponies.

I have a Promax coming. But I am a little confused on the injectors.

I was thinking 175/stock. I was told to look at 155/75.

I might upgrade trailers soon. That would put me to a 12k trailer.

Any suggestions will be helpful..
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It would help to know all the mods done to the truck! Programmer? Gearing? Tires? Monitor system? Head studs, EGR delete? Flat land or mountains? The more info, the better.


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It would help to know all the mods done to the truck! Programmer? Gearing? Tires? Monitor system? Head studs, EGR delete? Flat land or mountains? The more info, the better.


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SCT programmer, 4:10 gearing, 35's, All new gauges, Studs yes, EGR delete Yes,
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175 stocks are great towing injectors since fuel can easily be pulled back to stock with the stock nozzles
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175 stocks are great towing injectors since fuel can easily be pulled back to stock with the stock nozzles
How do I contact Jesse Warren for these 175/stocks.?
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Call Sheldon from renegade diesel too and talk to him at (814) 439-0218
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I called that earlier today. and it just rang.. Ok I will try again tomorrow..
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Call Sheldon from renegade diesel too and talk to him at (814) 439-0218
(715) 896-1952 is this Sheldon's number?
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you cant "pull fuel back" on 175/stock. Tuners, well good tuners at least, tune for the nozzle size; and being they're stock nozzles the tuning doesnt change. Just get a good tow tune and you wont have issues.
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