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Old 10-13-2008, 06:13 PM
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Question injectors and studs?

i had a few questions about injectors and studs. few of you guys reccomened cassadey 190cc injectors and fass lift pump if i put those injectors in with fuel lift pump and head studs how long do you think my tranny will hold up? how much power think she will put out and cost to install all? thanks
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What kind of turbo are you going to do? All that fuel will be hard on the stocker. I would say you will be around the 475-500 range, w/ a good turbo. I am no expert but i would say that would be a good guess. Also After the 500 hp mark your tranny isn't going to last, unless you baby it and never run it hard. When I went from my 61mm turbo to the 67.8 The tranny didn't like the new power at all. And that only took about 4 boost launches a coulpe days after I put it on. Now I am dealing w/ a major flair from 3rd to 4th untill I get my suncoast rebuild kit and stall convereter.
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damn ill probly have enough money for the injectors and stuff but not for a turbo and tranny rebuild! makes me not want to do it now
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I am not sure on the labor rates, but I would have 6-7k ready at least for injectors, fass, studs, turbo kit, Reg return,. Then you might as well do a inercooler while you are in the business and you will be set. After that you will need another 3-4k for the tranny when it deciedes to take a dump. This is all just estimates in my head, but it should be some what close. Those are just parts no labor.
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With 190s a stocker might be OK....just depends on the tune. I run an 03 turbo, but it takes N2O to clear up the smoke. On my XStreet tune, it'll leave a haze down the road, but not "black out the entire street" type smoke.

As for trans...if you aren't running the BIG TIME power files and beating on the truck off every light...with the proper tuning the stocks trans can hold up quite nicely.

I am still running on a stock trans myself.
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man i estimated 5-6K with studs,Fass pump,injectors.installed.
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With 190s a stocker might be OK....just depends on the tune. I run an 03 turbo, but it takes N2O to clear up the smoke. On my XStreet tune, it'll leave a haze down the road, but not "black out the entire street" type smoke.

As for trans...if you aren't running the BIG TIME power files and beating on the truck off every light...with the proper tuning the stocks trans can hold up quite nicely.

I am still running on a stock trans myself.
Have you ever Dynoed your truck?? I was just curious what HP you are @ w/ what is in your sig. I am putting mine on the 22nd of this month. I am going to try to get to a another dyno before that so I can compare the 2. One is a Dyno jet and the other is a superflow(I think).
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ive got mich bigger injectors than 190's an still a stock trans after a lot of boosted launches. just dont beat on it every time you take off or every where you drive. watch the temp to see if it is really slipping. ive only seen mine get about 195 and that was even at the track.
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Old 10-13-2008, 06:54 PM
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damn 195 that what you call hot lol i dont think she will last much longer with those temps. and DKR you said you have industrial injection 190cc injectors i only see 7.3 injectors for sale on there website?
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