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Old 02-01-2009, 08:19 PM
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Hybrid Injectors?

what all supporting mods do in need to run these. my mods are in my sig thanks
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Old 02-01-2009, 08:31 PM
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minimum, 17* sd pump- little larger than stock turbo, tranny upgrades....more than just "custom" , intercooler, fuel system~~~ good tuning...
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lets see to be reliable? turbo, 17*hpop or stealth,head studs, valve springs and pushrods, and transmission and fuel system
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lets see to be reliable? turbo, 17*hpop or stealth,head studs, valve springs and pushrods, and transmission and fuel system


400+ for two years with some hybrids, 175K on the motor, so yeah, I consider it reliable...

yeah springs and studs are a nice addition, tranny is a must, but the fuel system isnt necessary to make decent power,,,,,a good tuner can make the truck run knowing the mods...and keep it "reliable"
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i thought u could run hybrids w/o upgrading ur pump
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yall say tranny, i just had a guy build me 1 with all upgraded steel hd internals with a shift kit that were supposed 2 go in a pulling truck
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your truck has the 15 degree pump the 17 degree flows more oil. what your saying about not needing an upgrade is you dont need a $2000 big oil system. you will need bigger fuel system cause your throwing more fuel into your engine. tranny will go soon if you dont beef it up. get your chip re-burnt. headstuds unless you want to wait till your gaskets blow.
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Old 02-01-2009, 09:13 PM
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so whats the best year on a 17 pump or is all 99-03 7.3 pumps idenicle
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Old 02-01-2009, 09:19 PM
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keep saying tranny cuz I had a pretty good build in mine and broke it
had a 6.0 input shaft in the build, and snapped it off,......

now I have a 300m billet....its held up...just know whats in your tranny is all...

dont remember the pn on the 17* pump
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Old 02-01-2009, 09:25 PM
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pretty sure 99-03 are the same
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