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Old 02-08-2012, 08:20 PM
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just another performance mod question

so taxes are getting back soon and im looking at doing a few bigger mods to the truck i am planning on getting air dog 165, fuel bowl delete and atmosphere 71mm turbo . now for fuel mods just wondering if i get 30% nozzles and bored out fuel rails would i be able to maintain rail pressure with the stock hpfp for now or should i wait on the inj and rail until i can get the hpfp also any input will help thanks
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If you are going to run that much fuel, I would go with a different turbo set up. A stock fueling truck with an airdog and good tunes will light that turbo with ease.
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I would also do studs before i do a turbo and fuel mods.
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^^^ I agree with that guy as well.
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so taxes are getting back soon and im looking at doing a few bigger mods to the truck i am planning on getting air dog 165, fuel bowl delete and atmosphere 71mm turbo . now for fuel mods just wondering if i get 30% nozzles and bored out fuel rails would i be able to maintain rail pressure with the stock hpfp for now or should i wait on the inj and rail until i can get the hpfp also any input will help thanks
You'll be able to maintain the nozzles with the factory pump, ported rails, and fuel bowl deleted. Do you have head studs? If not, they are going to be a must. Do you have the EGR deleted? If not, I would do that along with a CAC pipe and intake elbow.

30% over nozzles will be perfect with the Elite 71mm. My truck is now almost smoke free with our 310 tune and that turbo.
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