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hybrid injectors, what mods?

I want to put some new injectors in my truck, i was thinking like 238/80 or something like that. I know a upgraded hpop, but what else HAS to be done. Money doesnt grow on trees unfortunately haha I have a five speed with a luk solid flywheel clutch in it, it is fairly new. I would just have them detuned until i could afford the other mods. Thanks.
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Old 04-10-2013, 10:37 PM
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big air, big fuel, and you already guessed big oil
your going to need to do an e fuel set up, and your going to need a bigger turbo
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I want to put some new injectors in my truck, i was thinking like 238/80 or something like that. I know a upgraded hpop, but what else HAS to be done. Money doesnt grow on trees unfortunately haha I have a five speed with a luk solid flywheel clutch in it, it is fairly new. I would just have them detuned until i could afford the other mods. Thanks.
238/100 are stage 3's and are very common. The quote below states what you will need to run these efficiently.

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big air, big fuel, and you already guessed big oil
your going to need to do an e fuel set up, and your going to need a bigger turbo

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Ok. Ive been reading about e fuel a lot lately, id like to do the diy one cause its cheaper, but have no clue where to start? And also on the turbo, would the stocker be ok for a while if the sticks were detuned? Or would it tear it apart? Also for the hpop i was thinking the t500.
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The turbo needs to be inspected at least, hybrids don't really detune like stage 1 or 2's tho, but they do a little, try a d66 or at bare minimum a ww2 in there, and start with a fuel pump and filter bases, then get some hose and proper fittings to run it all
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Might as well plan on and intercooler also.

Intercooler $600
E fuel $600
T500 $450
D66 $1300 w/WW2 (actually not enough turbo but it will get it by)
Injectors $1600
New clutch $500


Basic list, find that $$ tree....
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And a sharp axe, this won't be cheap
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But yes, it can be done a piece at a time, so buy the right parts the first time, once
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Old 04-11-2013, 06:00 PM
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Ok. So injectors def will be the last thing to put in then. I will prob shoot for e fuel first, then t500, turbo, then intercooler, and a clutch. Thats a lot haha, more than i was wanting haha. But a piece at a time. I was wanting hybrids cause ive heard they have great tunability, and loads of power lol. Will everything engine wise hold up? It only has a 190k on it.
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shane evidently fears no mod at 461k, but your should be fine, I keep adding and im at 300k each
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