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rosewood stage 2's and e fuel?

will my stock turbo and hpop run ok for a bit with stage 2's and efuel? really just dont wanna run out of oil! plan on doing a d66 or similar and t500 not to long after , just wanna make sure the truck will run ok
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There's about a 5% chance your HPOP will be able to keep up. it'll be fine, just don't get on it too hard.

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You won't run out of oil in a way that will harm anything. The HPOP will supply oil to fire the injectors, what will happen is it will not be able to keep pressure with the demand and you won't see all of the power that the new injectors could provide. Your stock turbo on the other hand will eventually give up with stage 2's if you are hard on it. If you take it easy it will last just as long as with stock injectors.


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on another not went to replace my glow plugs today got 6 all replaced but the back 2 on the passenger side wont loosen up? i can turn the socket but continues to be very hard , so i stoped fearing somthing would break off. all the others loosened up no problem? any ideas?
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Just had the same experience. Only difference was mine was in cylinder #1. Tried PB-Blaster, Merc carbon remover, ATF/Acetone, Kroil, Freeze-Off and a variety of other similar products.
End result was the element being siezed in the head, with the silver threaded section coming out. Some people have been able to pull the element out with needle-nose pliers, or force them out with engine compression.
Otherwise you're looking at a head removal.

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10k miles on 2's, stock everything(for the most part) with a 17* HPOP that may as well be thrown out. 40+psi boost at WOT, 30+ in the tow tune, not a single mechanical failure yet and the turbo still has very little shaft play. Only issue is its caused some major up-pipe leaks that are now killing boost and spool up.

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10k miles on 2's, stock everything(for the most part) with a 17* HPOP that may as well be thrown out. 40+psi boost at WOT, 30+ in the tow tune, not a single mechanical failure yet and the turbo still has very little shaft play. Only issue is its caused some major up-pipe leaks that are now killing boost and spool up.
not to sound like a weirdo or anything.. but try to give me a visual of driving your stage II, mostly stock OBS truck with 40psi of boost.
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