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Old 03-06-2013, 05:11 PM
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1995 f350 injector upgrade question

I've been a member for several years now but just kind of set in the background. Now I have a question. I have a 1995 f350 Cc lwb 2 wheel drive. The engine is stock internally, with 330,000 miles. I am looking for the best injector selection for my application. Upgrades consist of a banks big hoss kit which consist of banks inter cooler,side winder turbo housing,trans command,banks brake,banks big hoss chip. Triple a pillar gauges,billet aluminum deep sump transmission pan,3 inch down pipes,straight pipe exhaust.I want the best hp injector upgrade for my engine without causing internal damage. Any other advice would be greatly appreciated as it rarely does towing, mostly my play toy.
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Old 03-24-2013, 11:47 AM
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Did I post this question in the correct place? I can't believe that no one on here has any suggestions for me! Maybe a mod can help me get this into the right place so I can get some feedback on my situation. Thanks for any help
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Well you did post in the problem forum.
But honestly other than that, I don't know. Pretty sure you'll need custom tunes to run different injectors.
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Should have posted in performance section, your going to need custom tunes to run anything other than a stock injector, and I will suggest tony wildman tunes and stage 2's from rosewood de tuned tho, till you get a d66 or the like
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So how can I move this to the performance section or can a mod move it for me? And 351fifty I have the banks big hoss kit with the banks chip on it now will I still need to get a additional tuner to stack with it? And what's the d66? Thanks for the comments
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And 351fifty I have the banks big hoss kit with the banks chip on it now will I still need to get a additional tuner to stack with it? And what's the d66? Thanks for the comments
You don't stack on these trucks. You can probably send that chip to get custom tunes burnt onto it.
D66 is a turbo.
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D66 is a dominator 66 mm turbo, factory replacement but bigger for obs and e99 trucks, from beans diesel, a mod would have to move the thread, and maybe someone can rewrite your banks chip but I don't know that for sure, I have a ts chip with tony wildman tunes on it, 6 positions and select on the fly
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Admin can I get this question moved over to the performance section please? Where do I get the d66 turbo? Will it be better than the sidewinder that I have now? How can I contact "tony wild man" or the rosewood de tuned injectors? Thanks again
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Turbo contact beans diesel, rosewood injectors contact rosewooddieselshop.com, and tony wildman tunes can be found from venders here or from tony himself, contact Cary at ctperformance inc, his s/n here is obswiz, or Raul at stealth automotive, the d66 is a bigger turbo than what you have the banks sidewinder is an exhaust housing, and maybe an impeller wheel at most iirc
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Ok cool thanks for the info. Now can I do a wicked wheel on my turbo and get the same type of performance as the d66? I'm curious because with the side winder housing making it spool faster and the ww installed then I don't have lag like I would with a big turbo right? Also with the rosewood sticks do I need to have my new factory hpop that I just put on reworked for more pressure or buy one or is it plenty enough pressure for the new sticks? And if I use wild mans tunes is it a programmer or is it just a multiple position chip that I plug in where the banks chip is? Also was curious if the tunes would have like an engine protect built in like I was told the triple dog has to deregulate the fuel to keep me from melt down? Thanks again for the input. Ooh should I go ahead and do studs while I've got it down just as a safety measure? Just not sure with forcing more air and fuel if that will be a problem.
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