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post #1 of 18 Old 09-08-2009, 08:04 PM Thread Starter
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Hey, Just shoppin around tryin to see what options i have to look at for when i decide to start moddin my diesel. I already have a couple of the basics and just missing the gauges..

But im lookin to put some more fuel to it. Ive been looking at whole injectors but im really likeing the DIY injector kits. Rosewoods i think? I have no problems tearing into my injectors and doing them myself and i have the tools to do it.

Im kinda in a tossup on which ones to get..

I like the price of the Stage 1's with the new pistons. Not really looking to run 12's in the quarter or pull 300 ft with my truck. Just some more get up and go. So what ones do you suggest? Also looking for a superduty HPOP but dont know the exact year to get or where to get one..

I already have a intercooler and all the plumbing, trans has a billet converter and a bully dog shift kit.

So im looking for anyones .02 cents here. Im open to suggestions.

1997 F350 4x4, SC, LB, E4OD, 7.3L Powerstroke. 3 inch DP, 5 inch exhaust to 5 inch mitre cut stacks, Bully Dog shift kit, 10K mod, FPR shim, Fumuto drain, 178,000 Miles
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well if ur not lookin to pull or anything and ur gonna do it yourself get the diy stage 1s i mean u cant beat the price i think there 285 bucks. and as for the hpop u need one off of any newer 7.3 99-03. what else do u have done to ur truck? and yea ur gona want gauges and a chip to get the full potential of the injectors.

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Will i see a pretty good gain with the way that im thinking about going? The DIY website says you see a 140 horse gain over stock with stage 1's?

Truck has a DIY intake, Bully Dog shift kit, torque converter, and a good exhaust.

1997 F350 4x4, SC, LB, E4OD, 7.3L Powerstroke. 3 inch DP, 5 inch exhaust to 5 inch mitre cut stacks, Bully Dog shift kit, 10K mod, FPR shim, Fumuto drain, 178,000 Miles
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well if ur not lookin to pull or anything and ur gonna do it yourself get the diy stage 1s i mean u cant beat the price i think there 285 bucks. and as for the hpop u need one off of any newer 7.3 99-03. what else do u have done to ur truck? and yea ur gona want gauges and a chip to get the full potential of the injectors.
what he said...

youll need a good tune tohelp out, like a TW chip. that should get you quite a bit of go fast. jsut be sure your tunes match your setup.

if fact you might even be able to run stage 2's. others will have to verify if the 17* HPOP will support that though. and you might need a stronger fuel pump...?

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If you run stage 2's, you'll run out of fuel

Typical cummins owner.

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So the 99+ Hpop should be fine for stage 1's rite?

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So the 99+ Hpop should be fine for stage 1's rite?
Yes. The stock OBS 15* pump will be fine with stage 1s but the 99+ 17* pump would help performance.

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You won't run out of oil with single shots, but a 17* would help with top end

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Seams like my stock Hpop cant even keep up to stock injectors. I get that chatter when im on the throttle and stop. Id defiantly get the Hpop and switch everything over at the same time..

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isnt the chatter due to fuel supply? all the hpop does it supply oil pressure to the injectors.

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