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Old 02-11-2013, 08:35 AM
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Injectors and turbo or bpd oil cooler? What to do?

Getting my parts ready to buy for my head gasket job. I have enough left to do 175/75 imjectors and a mtw hybrid or to do a bpd oil cooler. I need some opinions on what I should do. Im leaning more towards turbo and injectors right now.

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If it were mine, I'd go with the BPD cooler. Just my .
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:41 AM
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Why is that if you dont mind me asking?
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Old 02-11-2013, 09:10 AM
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Why is that if you dont mind me asking?
Completely eliminates the possibility of oil and coolant mixing, lower ECT and EOT temps, better filtration, etc. You want your new go fast parts to work properly and be happy.
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I would make the truck reliable first then make it perform. I have the bpd cooler already and now am getting ready to hit the performance side. Its whatever makes you feel comfortable.
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If your deltas are not giving you a headache I would do the injectors/turbo

I kept my OEM oil cooler which has a delta of 3-5* right now and am NOT worried about it at all... EGR deleted so even if the deltas raise a bit, its not gonna affect my HG!

SO.. I went with 175/75 and a Hybrid turbo...
If you tow anywhere around 8-10k lbs I would strongly suggest getting 175/30's to keep it a bit less smokey and cooler EGT's... (I bought a T.T. right after my build)
The 75% nozzles are fine, don't get me wrong, but the 30's would have been easier to control
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Old 02-11-2013, 09:34 AM
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My deltas are within 5 all the time. Not really a big deal as i would install the ipr high flow coolant filter at the same time. I also don't have a egr system so I'm not too worried about that. The only thing imo that its making my truck unreliable is my blown head gaskets lol.
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Same as me... My truck is running like a Beast

Im glad with my build.
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Old 02-11-2013, 09:38 AM
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Re: Injectors and turbo or bpd oil cooler? What to do?

Did you do your build yourself?

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Yep!

Took me three weekends with the one in between kinda slacking off...(waiting on the Machine shop.)
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