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Old 07-01-2014, 06:20 PM
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Little advice please.. Turbo and injectors

Hey guys looking for a little advice on what new turbo and injectors I should buy.
2004 6.0l
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Old 07-01-2014, 06:23 PM
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My set up is working very well.. you need to know you goals and purpose for your build... that is quite a generic question with no right answer..
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What are you looking to do with your truck? Race machine? Pulling monster? Daily driver ? Street racer? Towing rig?
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155 stage 1 or 2 seems to be a nice all around combo but we need to know your goals
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Truck stays on the street majority of time definitely more of daily drive. Although I don't commute in it. I suppose I'm looking for a nice solid upgrade that runs very strong and reliable but at the same time notice and gain a great amount of Power
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Did you regear with those tires? Can pick some power up there. I would look at 155 with a stage 1 or 1.5 as some call them or 175 and a stage 2. Both combos you can still tow with. I'm gonna do 155 and a stage 2 down the road along with ported manifold and intercooler upgrade
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Old 07-01-2014, 06:48 PM
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No didn't re gear although people have suggested I should. Kinda wanna drop to 4in lift 35s
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I need to update my Sig but I'm gonna do a 4 inch and 35 seems like a real nice lift as far as towing without modifying the camper and everything
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I am @ 5" lift on 315/70/17 running 4:10..There are times I would like to try 4:30's but I tow heavy..
175cc is the breaking point for alot of items...the trans.. fuel delivery and charged air all become a concern at that level... Some truck handle it but others don't..
but a 175/30 or larger with a compatible charger is hellafun!! Until something fails... lol
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