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What other mods do you think you should need to support Stage I injectors?

I have a 1997 F250 and have intake, exhaust, gauges, and Bully dog chip and planning to do water meth later

I know I should do a TC for the trans but what do ya think?
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I say ditch the bully dog and get a custom tuned chip, also I would suggest an intercooler so that you have constant cooling there all the time becuase it will get hot with those stage 1s and a stock turbo

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Ya, work the trany over, i've had my 1's for 2 month's and have to do a clutch (new it was comin ). I'm lookin at doin the IC. And i've found if your real hard in it the check engine comes on. Been told its the HPOP not keepin up (something to think about 17*hpop). And pretty sure a stock turbo dosen't like 35lb boost spikes. So maybe a new trubo.


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yeah that is most likely the HPOP


and also, putting the IC on will lower your boost so it stays more in the lines of not destroying your turbo with the stage 1s

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Like matt p said, she'll get as little warm ! Quick too !
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