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I have a 2000 powerstroke 7.3 with a 6 speed,(4 speed with low and OD) 4x4 stock and was wondering how much the injectors will alow for horse power wise. I know the oBS will get like 275 or so tops with stock injectors but i dont know about the newer motor. I wanna put a intake exhaust and tony wildman in it with gauges. Also the downpipe looks pretty big, is it nesecery to swap in a bigger one? So with these mods what will i be lookin at for HP, TQ, and drag times and speed approx.
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your DP should be fine. iirc the stock injectors are 120cc. rice numbers put you at + 140hp, but i dotn know if thats at the crank or wheels. so you flow 30 to 40 more cc's max. i doubt youll actaully see +140 at the wheels.

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Injectors are just part of the puzzle, larger sticks needs Adrenaline or Big Oil, a better fuel delivery system and more fuel means more air so a larger turbo is also on order. That is why mine is staying where it's at, plentu of power for me. The next jump ends up being 10 grand plus!!!

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larger inj's..stage 1's or 2's single shots do not need any larger HPOP than a stock 17* pump and can get you 450HP+ with support mods

A 2000SD should get to 330HP with stock Inj's but HPOP won't like it. Singles should get you to 350+ and 2-3 MPG's with a 17* pump

Your trans and turbo won't like larger than stage 1's either

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