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Old 05-24-2009, 07:09 AM
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155cc vs 190cc

I have done all the supporting mods RR FASS II VGT stage 1 EGR delete what do you guys think is the best to go with for a daily driver that tows the odd time. i would still like it to be turn key and not have to worry?

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I like my 150s and I haul horses all the time with mine. Fixing to haul tomorrow for a Memorial Cowboy Mounted Shooting event. The 150s flow alot of fuel(or atleast Casserly's do) and they are still very streetable and towable. I'm sure they will be some that say go ahead and get the 195s, but the 150s are really more then sufficient for what your wanting to do, unless your going to be taking it to the track as well.
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Since you have the II stage 1 I would say the 150's
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You will be much happier with 155's. When you get around 190cc injectors, there are some funny quirks that come with them. Nothing wrong with them, just if you want your truck to make some power and run nice and smooth without a big black cloud, then 155's are perfect.
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just if you want your truck to make some power and run nice and smooth without a big black cloud, then 155's are perfect.
He'll still have a black cloud with just a street tune for those injectors. I know with my street tune, smoke will last 45 seconds and it'll be dark. Now with the hybrid race tune, it lasts a little bit longer. I don't think people give those 150s enough credit with the fuel that they flow. We are still talking about 40% over stock flow.
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with my race tune from eric with stock turbo and injectors it smokes pretty decent how much more smoke are we talking with the 155?
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He'll still have a black cloud with just a street tune for those injectors. I know with my street tune, smoke will last 45 seconds and it'll be dark. Now with the hybrid race tune, it lasts a little bit longer. I don't think people give those 150s enough credit with the fuel that they flow. We are still talking about 40% over stock flow.
Ride behind me once. No, seriously I am not doubting you, I've played with both, but the 190's smoke a quite a bit more. I think his VGT will tame down the smoke(down low) a little better than your set-up. I always recommend stage 1's, I think they provide more fuel than you need for any single that most would consider for daily driving duties IMO.
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