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Old 07-18-2010, 10:23 PM
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Stage 2 or Stage 3 Hybrids?

I need to pull the injectors on my 96 to do O-rings, and I'm not planning on putting the stockers back in. Right now my truck just has an Intake and Exhaust. I was debating between the Rosewood Stage 2 and Rosewood Stage 3 238cc Hybrids. What do you guys personally think? I was also looking at a PHP Chip in addition to the Sticks. I know I will probably need to upgrade my HPOP, and I don't know alot about those so much help appreciated.

Also do the new Rosewood sticks have the orings on them already? Thanks, Pete
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You didn't mention what turbo you'll be using.
You need a bigger turbo than stock for Stage-2 and a much bigger turbo than stock for Stage-3's.
A new 17 HPOP will be fine with good tunes to power either Stage-2 or Stage-3.
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unless you plan lots of supporting mods and spending alot of money, just go stage 2's or even stage 1's.
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stage ones unless you want to fork out for a new turbo but i would get a *17hpop and send it to terminator enginnering he will mod it to flow more than just a 17 for under 100 bucks
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id go stage 1 or moderate to low tuned stage 2. unless you have alot of money for new turbo, modded hpop, and a fully built trans.
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X2..unless you need over 450HP no reason to get Hybrids..cost more and will need much spent on support mods.

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go all out get the 3s you wont regret it... thats if you plan on getting some more supporting mods
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What turbo do you guys reccomend? I would have no problem doing an HPOP and Turbo if they aren't crazy expensive. And where could I find a 17 degree HPOP for a fair price? Thanks, Pete
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Ebay.

With either of those sticks you will have to spend a lot to support them

Tranny upgrades
Turbo
Tunning
HPOP
intercooler
Fuelsytem
Gauges
Tractions bars of for all the burnouts
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