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Single Shot 160cc Casserly MPG ?

I am running Casserly 160cc singles w 100 over nozzles in my 2000 F250 CC 4x4 6sp and a 38r along with several other supporting mods, itp regulated return, 6.0 spearco intercooler, s&b intake, DP tuner with beans tunes. Was thinking about sending my injectors back to Ryan and having them swapped back to the stock nozzle for fuel mileage gains. Anybody had this done or know what it would cost. I Was wondering if anybody is running a similar setup and what they are getting for mileage on either the stage 2 or stage 1 singles. I understand i would need to have my dp tuner reprogrammed again to run the different nozzles but was wondering if i could really get closed to 20 mpg like some people are claiming. Really interested in what guys are getting with similar trucks and similar setups. Also anybody else with the 38r think the turbo is laggy i have it with the 1.0 ar exhaust housing.

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What mileage are you getting right now with the stage 2s?

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Mileage

I am getting right at 12.5 mixed driving, mostly country roads i a little hotroding, just can't seem to help myself. It is still a little smokey on daily driver tune even with the 38r. Mileage went up about 1.5 MPG when i added the 38r with the stages 2's vs the stock turbo with stage 2's. I have switched over to the Economy tune and it doesn't smoke as much we will see if it makes a difference in mileage. I was getting around the same mileage with the truck stock and the same kinda driving. Saw 18 with it once stock injectors, intake and superchips flashpaq, driving 55 to 60 all highway but don't do that kinda driving often.
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i dont know that it would make much difference. perhaps an in person custom tune session instead?

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Anybody running the 160cc have any input on their fuel mileage
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Singles will get better than stage 2's..you have a DP with Beans tunes?

have you checked your HPO#'s..
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Singles will get better than stage 2's..you have a DP with Beans tunes?

have you checked your HPO#'s..
I think you meant to say stage 1's will get better than stage 2's. Yes i have stage 2 singles with a DP and Beans Tunes

i have checked my HPO #'s and they are decent i would have to recheck to be sure but my pump was average. How significant during normal driving would a hpop make as far as fuel mileage, should only be when i am getting on it and it can't supply enough volume right.
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Yes, stage's one's..

A week HPOP will effect normal driving if it can supply the pressure being asked for quick enough..just because it reaches pressure quickness is important.

Stage 2's...you need a SRP1, you will be amazed at the difference.
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