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Old 03-12-2008, 01:32 AM
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Ok to clear things up, will I need to get head studs for my truck if I go with Stage 1 injectors?
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no. In fact I believe the stock studs will handle up to stage 2's and whatever you can thow at them. (pretty much, at least stands up to a turbo, stage 2,s fuel system and chip from what I hear).
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There are no 'Stock Studs.' There are head bolts from the factory.
You will be fine with factory bolts and Stage-1's, and Stage-2's, as long as you keep the factory turbo. Once you upgrade the turbo and start pushing lots of air and lots of fuel, then you'll have problems.
Stage-3 hybrids require studs for sure...

Good luck.
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There are no 'Stock Studs.' There are head bolts from the factory.
You will be fine with factory bolts and Stage-1's, and Stage-2's, as long as you keep the factory turbo. Once you upgrade the turbo and start pushing lots of air and lots of fuel, then you'll have problems.
Stage-3 hybrids require studs for sure...

Good luck.
Oh alright I'm staying with the stock turbo. I really want those stage 1's hopfully I will have the money this summer. How much do you think labor would be to get them installed?
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No idea.
Figure at least a 3 hour job on an OBS, if you've done it before...
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where would be the best place to get stage-2 injectors for 96 7.3
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where would be the best place to get stage-2 injectors for 96 7.3
The guy above you, DZL JIM.
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