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Ok guys my cheap ad code's are going belly up, I would like to go with something bigger but not too ridiculous so that I can still tow and daily drive. E-fuel is in the works, and in the future I'd like to get a better turbo one day but one thing at a time. Could I do stage 2's with stock turbo? stock fuel?

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Look into full force or rosewood. Stage 2's will require a d66 at the least, or a t4 mount turbo. They will run on stock fuel, but e-fuel will be much better. You will also need a build tranny, and a bigger hpop to get the most out of them.

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Just saw your sig, nevermind on the tranny and hpop...

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Ok guys my cheap ad code's are going belly up, I would like to go with something bigger but not too ridiculous so that I can still tow and daily drive. E-fuel is in the works, and in the future I'd like to get a better turbo one day but one thing at a time. Could I do stage 2's with stock turbo? stock fuel?
Look into AC code injectors. They are from Internationals high output 7.3 that was used in buses, and medium duty trucks. They are about 160cc's and single shots instead of split. Should be a nice little upgrade. Thats what I want to put in my 99 eventually




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unless you are sure you would be happy with stage 1s (160/0) i would go bigger whether it's a 160/30 (stage 1.5), a 160/80 or 160/100 (stage 2), or a 200/30 or 238/100 (hybrids), what ever you choose get them detune until you get all the supporting mods. personally i would also do e fuel before i did any injectors. also if you go bigger AND tow you should do an IC

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Ok guys my cheap ad code's are going belly up, I would like to go with something bigger but not too ridiculous so that I can still tow and daily drive. E-fuel is in the works, and in the future I'd like to get a better turbo one day but one thing at a time. Could I do stage 2's with stock turbo? stock fuel?

Well? What did you end up doing?

Are you happy with it?

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