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post #1 of 29 Old 07-13-2008, 05:33 PM Thread Starter
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I have a 1995 ford f350 5 speed. luk clutch kit. ts chip with stock 50 75 100 140 horsepower settings. k and n filter. 3" downpipe to 4" exhaust. I want 275-300 rear wheel horsepower. tell me what to do to make this power and make it reliable. I use this truck to pull my camper gross weight is 22,000. I want worry free power. thanks
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post #2 of 29 Old 07-13-2008, 06:09 PM
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get the ts reburned my tony wildman. get diy stage 1 injectors
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also do a fpr shim and a idm mod
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Stage 1 injectors with custom tuning for them will get you to your goal. Hopefully your turbo is in good shape.

Hopefully you already have gauges, with stage 1's and heavy towing I would say an intercooler is also a must.

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Stage 1 injectors with custom tuning for them will get you to your goal. Hopefully your turbo is in good shape.

Hopefully you already have gauges, with stage 1's and heavy towing I would say an intercooler is also a must.
X2!!! But first get rid of the K&N and get a Donaldson filter before you kill the turbo and motor.

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160cc Stage I injectors,
Chip
Intercooler
Gauges

That should be a pretty reliable set up. A friend of mine had that exact set up and absolutly LOVED it for towing in his '95 CC LB.

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Stage 1 injectors with custom tuning for them will get you to your goal. Hopefully your turbo is in good shape. Hopefully you already have gauges, with stage 1's and heavy towing I would say an intercooler is also a must.
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But first get rid of the K&N and get a Donaldson filter before you kill the turbo and motor.
Yup!
What they said!

An OBS or 2, or 3...
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I would do exactly what I have done to my truck. I'm making 305 HP and 606 ftlbs on tow setting. With the intercooler, my egts stay around 700-800 empty and 1000-1100 loaded.

When I started modding my truck, my goal was the same as yours. I can tell you first hand, you will love the result.

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But first get rid of the K&N and get a Donaldson filter before you kill the turbo and motor



why would it kill the motor and turbo.
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