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injector and computer swap

will single shot injectors and computers from a obs work in a super duty and would it work the other way around. The reason i ask is the my friend has hybrid injectors in his sd and we are talking of swaping parts because he is thinking of selling the truck.

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i think there would be more to swap. best option is a custom tune.

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No, the pin out on the connector for the PCM is different. The OBS PCM won't run the 4R100 if his truck is an auto.

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The single shots will require custom tuning. IDK about the hybrids from the SD in the OBS. I had pondered a set of stock split shots in my OBS and was told that the split shots would run in an obs with a stock tune.
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The single shots will require custom tuning. IDK about the hybrids from the SD in the OBS. I had pondered a set of stock split shots in my OBS and was told that the split shots would run in an obs with a stock tune.
Splits will run okay without a custom tune, but its best to get a tune with them. The hybrids will drop right in no worries.

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thanks for the info.

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The stock splits in your truck will require a 17* pump and custom tunes.. so would using the Hybrids..Hybrids would need a elect fuel system and a turbo and trans if a auto or clutch if a stick
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