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Old 11-20-2008, 02:36 PM
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well.......after christmas I'm going to do studs, sticks and a hpop to gain a little horsepower and prevent any damage. Any suggestions on the injectors or pumps that will work hand in hand. I'd like to stick with my stock 03 turbo. Right now I'm pushing around 400 rwhp and about 800 TQ. I imagine I'll be doing an EGR delete also. Any thoughts????
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Old 11-20-2008, 04:30 PM
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sounds like a good plan. good luck with everything!
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sounds good. you might not need the hpop upgrade. i cant remember on the 03-04 trucks when you have to upgrade. i would go with some 165's or 190's on the sticks if you want to keep that turbo.
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maybe even get some lower gears i bet that would make a big difference with those 37's. im thinkin about regearing too.
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Old 11-20-2008, 06:32 PM
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190cc for daily driving/non-race truck.
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Old 11-20-2008, 07:10 PM
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As far as I know there isn't anyone building or selling an aftermarket HPOP for the 6.0L, only highly modified very custom setups are out there and they are few and far between. I think you could have one heck of a build without the HPOP upgrade... that isn't even available.
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Old 11-20-2008, 07:11 PM
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Nate is running an injector that is flowing close the 275cc on his truck, stock HPOP with no issues.
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I'd do some fuel upgrades before injectors.
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Old 11-21-2008, 01:28 AM
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Doubt you'll need an aftermarket HPOP, even if they were available. Dieselsite had the pulse pump but the few that went on trucks were unreliable to say the least and that's the last I heard of it. I don't think they're selling any since then. You're going to need a full fuel system either a FASS or an airdog/raptor pump and a reg. return to keep the injectors happy. Don't go any bigger than 190cc sticks for a daily driver. With all the extra fuel you'll most likely want a better charger down the road, there is no way a stock VGT will clean up even a small upgraded set of sticks without nitrous. I myself would get at least a modded VGT personally.
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Thanks guys. Guess I have my homework to do soon. Good food for thought. 190's are what i was thinking. Fuel system is a must, just need to get educated a little more.
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