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96 f250 with alot of miles

i have 96 f250 4x4 with 416000 miles on with stock injectors stock everything except i did the fpr mod 3inch dp to stock exhaust straight pipe sounds good she only makes about 16 to 17 lbs of boost no tuner had a super chip but it was a piece of junk so its back on stock want to put stage 1 or 2 injectors i dont want a race car just want the pulling power back cause right now it pulls but no like a new truck and hill is its worst enemy o yea also have diy intake any suggestions motor is sound it runs great just maybe loss of power everyone keeps tellin me its time for injectors just lookin for peoples opinion thanks.
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Rosewood Stage 1's for injectors.
At 416k you're going to want a new HPOP to get oil to those bigger injectors. Terminator T500 would be my recomendation.
Depending on your budget, an E-Fuel setup and D66 turbo would have that truck running better than new.
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do you no some good websites were i can get a good deal on all of this its my first diesel im ready to tinker with it
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Injectors:
Rosewood Diesel Shop
HPOP:
http://www.terminatorengineering.com/
Turbo:
http://www.swampsdiesel.com/xtcommer...82_Turbos.html

As long as your stock turbo is in decent shape, it should be able to hold Stage 1's. Upwards of 30-35psi is where you'll start running into problems.

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yeah rosewood's website will hook you up nice, and when you do injectors, turbo, hpop, and what not, your gonna want to go get custom tunes, and make sure you get the gauges first, kause its important to monitor that kind of stuff even in stock form

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96 F350 4x4
Everything.
And its expensive.

471,000 Miles


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yea it runs like a champ just sittin on 37s with 388 gears and tryin to pull a loaded car trailer dont like that to much but shes a trooper i would love to do a bunch of work to it and yea i need to get an exhaust temp gauge an oil pressure gauge and fuel pressure its modded but no tellin were its at
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IMO you would also have better towing performance if the tire size and gearing where better matched. If I was running 37s I would use 4:56 gears.

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give you a run for you money elmo

to the OP these guys have good suggestions

94.5 F250 Reg Cab 4x4 5 speed 4.10 276000 plus miles

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give you a run for you money elmo
I know, gotta get driving now, somebody gonna pass me

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And its expensive.

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