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Old 05-07-2009, 01:08 PM
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190cc injectors

ok heres my plan im going with II stage 1 hybird turbo, tuned FICM, FASS system, full EGR delete. what i was wondering is if i go with 190's will i still be able to tow with a towing program from Eric and would a cross over kit and a fass be enough for these. or would i be better to go with a set of 155cc. i dont do alot of towing but there is the odd time i do nothing to heavy tho. thanks for the help guys
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Old 05-07-2009, 01:16 PM
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im pretty sure you would still be able to tow with 190s.. once you go over 200 it will prolly get too hot..
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will my EGTS be higher than my stock turbo and stick set up?
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ok heres my plan im going with II stage 1 hybird turbo, tuned FICM, FASS system, full EGR delete. what i was wondering is if i go with 190's will i still be able to tow with a towing program from Eric and would a cross over kit and a fass be enough for these. or would i be better to go with a set of 155cc. i dont do alot of towing but there is the odd time i do nothing to heavy tho. thanks for the help guys

Considering what you already have installed it sounds like a good plan. Eric should be able to tune your turbo and sticks down for towing. Maybe you should add a intercooler in there somewhere.
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so you think that the 155cc are the best choice?
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Old 05-07-2009, 03:13 PM
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190's allow for future upgrades, if you don't like that then take the happy medium of 175s. TOO many people will recommend 190s, IF you ever had to sell the parts off 190s will go quicker than 155s.
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Old 05-07-2009, 03:14 PM
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but will a 95GPH FASS and a cross over kit be enough to feed 175's
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I know someone running 190s, RCD64mm turbo and ID tuning on a stock pump using an RR kit with no issues.
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A stock pump with just a RR will not keep 190s healthy at WOT. I know this from experience. I have 175s and could not keep my fuel pressure from dropping out with just a stock pump and a RR. I added the 150/180 FASS to keep my fuel pressure up. You also need to have a fuel pressure gauge to be able to monitor the fuel pressure. You do not want to take chances with your injectors if you don't have to.
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A stock pump with just a RR will not keep 190s healthy at WOT. I know this from experience. I have 175s and could not keep my fuel pressure from dropping out with just a stock pump and a RR. I added the 150/180 FASS to keep my fuel pressure up. You also need to have a fuel pressure gauge to be able to monitor the fuel pressure. You do not want to take chances with your injectors if you don't have to.
+1 on that and I also know about that from experiance as well as my stock pump couldn't keep up after 2 months of having the injectors in there.
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