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Old 07-18-2014, 07:56 PM
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Will 175/stock nozzles require a upgraded fuel pump?

Thinking about buying warren 175/stock injectors to go with my new maxpower turbo, will the injectors require the use of a fuel system..if so what is recommended?
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Old 07-18-2014, 08:51 PM
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No you dont, BUTTTTTT it is recomended.

You can do a Sump to 6.4 pump to 6.0 pump

Also would Recomend a Regulated Return, but thats just me some guys on here would say different.
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Old 07-18-2014, 09:26 PM
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Thinking about buying warren 175/stock injectors to go with my new maxpower turbo, will the injectors require the use of a fuel system..if so what is recommended?
No real need for a fuel system upgrade, unless you were to experience problems. Just about any upgrade would work nicely.
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Ok thanks guys
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Old 07-19-2014, 01:25 AM
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For the first 6 months I had a 7 psi drop with 175/75s then the hfcm started dropping pressure and it didn't stop. Normal driving was fine but wot dropped into the high 20s.

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Not entirely necessary with that set up, but wouldn't hurt especially if you plan on upgrading in the future, like maybe putting noozles on those injectors.
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You should get 30 nozzles and be done with it.

Still wont require a fuel system upgrade and the difference is HUGE especially when you add a larger turbo.

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Old 07-19-2014, 03:51 PM
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Would an airdog150 be a good move? I've never used any of their products but have heard mixed reviews...
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A Fuel water separator is never a bad idea, keeps pure fuel (no air) and filters it better. You should be fine with an AirDog 100, but for about $30 more why not go with the 150? Also a good DIY regulated return would help keep stead constant pressure to the sticks. I went with the sinister Regulated return just to save from having to find all the pieces and AirDog 150gph.. just my $.02 and i agree 30% nozzles would be better.
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I'm taking my 8 month old Airdog 150 off as I'm building a whole new custom fuel system. It will be for sale in a few days. Will come with a brand new water seperater and filters. Only has 1000 miles on it.
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