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big turbo, intercooler setup questions

Would this setup be good or bad for a stock '97 7.3? I was wondering if this would work, or if they'd even fit. These parts are on a 2000 T444E.
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It's been done before but what size injectors are run in that 2000 model

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I'll get the part #'s. Would there be any advantage over a stock turbo with intercooler setup?

Reason I'm asking is I will be doing an intercooler and want to know if this is better than stock.
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has two different injectors #'s in it.
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the ae is the long lead version of the ad. they are 140cc split shot injectors. it's not worth the effort

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thought it was worth asking here. I'll just do a custom intercooler on my stock setup.
I have an intake off an early T444E so I won't need a different turbo, and an intercooler from an 01 psd
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