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Fuel system help

Looking for some help. I am planning on getting a mtw stage 2 or 3 with a set of 190s. Just wondering what reg return, fass or airdog, and what sump. Thanks for the help
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Im looking into running the same set up, and have everything for my fuel system sitting here except my FassHD. I went with a sump from xdp, I ordered fuel lines, y-block and fittings from jegs, but they didn't have the 90*s for the front of the head so I got them from earls. I have a fuel lab 41402 for high pressure pump, I found the best price at autoplicity.com, shipping took forever though. And I have had my regulated return sitting here since october, if I remember correctly I got it from dozer diesel.

I am planning on ordering 190/100's from warren, and running the stage 2 for a while. I want a stage 3 bad with those injectors but probably gonna have to do a trans first.

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That's the same problem I'm having with the turbos
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Im looking into running the same set up, and have everything for my fuel system sitting here except my FassHD. I went with a sump from xdp, I ordered fuel lines, y-block and fittings from jegs, but they didn't have the 90*s for the front of the head so I got them from earls. I have a fuel lab 41402 for high pressure pump, I found the best price at autoplicity.com, shipping took forever though. And I have had my regulated return sitting here since october, if I remember correctly I got it from dozer diesel.

I am planning on ordering 190/100's from warren, and running the stage 2 for a while. I want a stage 3 bad with those injectors but probably gonna have to do a trans first.

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I suspect you will totally disregard this and get the 100% nozzles anyway but IMO it is too much nozzle. Bill @PHP recommended that I run 190/30's with the stage 3. I will be running 200/75's with my stage 4. Everybody thinks they have to run 190/100's. Most of them have too much injector and have to pull fuel.
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Fuel system help

I know Mitch I've read it in more than a few threads. I had thought about 75's but I guess there's something about the number 100! that just draws me to them. Lol I hope with tuning they will be controllable, as far as heat and smoke with the stage 2.




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Does anybody else have any other good setups to reccomend?
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My plan is to make my p-max turbo into a hybrid with the new billet wheel and run 175/30 injects.. Under Mitch's guidance, it should be a great/fun driving truck with that set-up

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I suspect you will totally disregard this and get the 100% nozzles anyway but IMO it is too much nozzle. Bill @PHP recommended that I run 190/30's with the stage 3. I will be running 200/75's with my stage 4. Everybody thinks they have to run 190/100's. Most of them have too much injector and have to pull fuel.
I was talking with Sheldon on Tuesday about injectors and he mentioned either 175/30's and 190/75's as suitable for street driving and towing with decent mpg's and good egts while towing with a hybrid. I was considering the 190/75's with a stage 2. Maybe I should reconsider?

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I was talking with Sheldon on Tuesday about injectors and he mentioned either 175/30's and 190/75's as suitable for street driving and towing with decent mpg's and good egts while towing with a hybrid. I was considering the 190/75's with a stage 2. Maybe I should reconsider?
I wouldn't go bigger than 190/30's myself Shack. That's what Bill at PHP recommended with my Stage3. And with a Stage2 I'd be more inclined to stick to 175/30's.
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I wouldn't go bigger than 190/30's myself Shack. That's what Bill at PHP recommended with my Stage3. And with a Stage2 I'd be more inclined to stick to 175/30's.
My plan is 175/30's since Jesse is sending me a second set when I get back due to the problems I have with my current ones. I was just discussing it with Sheldon as well and he suggested both the 175/30's and 190/75's. I even thought it was much but he's pretty knowledgable so the last thing I was gonna do was question him....lol....For my purposes, I'm sure the 175/30's will be more than enough and I'm sure the Stage 2 will clean them up well. At least that's what I'm hoping. I'm just ready to get home so I can get back to tinkering with it.

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