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Old 05-27-2013, 01:21 PM
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Mtw stage 1 or hybrid for stock sticks?

What do you guys think? I'm trying to get close to 500hp and I don't tow very ofter and when I do its just a bobcat. I'm running stock turbo and stock sticks right now with srl.

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I would run the hybrid because its able to flow more air and could handle bigger injectors in the future.
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Either turbo will work just fine for stock injectors. Unless you're going to be getting live tuning, the increases from the hybrid turbo won't ever be achieved IMO.
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Either turbo will work just fine for stock injectors. Unless you're going to be getting live tuning, the increases from the hybrid turbo won't ever be achieved IMO.
Well I don't think I will be getting a live tune anytime soon. So if I go with the stage 1 should I get a hold of Matt and have him rewrite my tune?

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It won't be long until I have the MTW hybrid on my truck to test and data log the improvements. I will have before and after dyno logs

Live tuning will be performed to attempt the best performance of the hybrid w/ billet wheel on stock sticks.

Ill let you know what I come up with!!


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It won't be long until I have the MTW hybrid on my truck to test and data log the improvements. I will have before and after dyno logs

Live tuning will be performed to attempt the best performance of the hybrid w/ billet wheel on stock sticks.

Ill let you know what I come up with!!


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I can't wait to see the numbers

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If you have the extra money don't rule out the stage 2a mtw
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If you have the extra money don't rule out the stage 2a mtw
They don't offer it anymore
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