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turbo,injectors,and high pressure oil pump ?s

I have a 2003 f350 7.3l with an edge juice with attitude,5" exhaust, an intake, and the compressor wheel upgrade. I am getting ready to buy a Garret gtp38r turbo. I was wanting thoughts on that. I was also wondering wat size injectors I should get and wat kind of high pressure oil pump I should get. Also will the edge still be a good enough chip or do I have to get another kind
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with injectors your going to want to go to single shots. they will require a custom tuned chip (i'd look into custom tunes no matter what and dump the edge) as for injector size that depends on what your goals are and injector size will also help determine the hpop you'll want to look into.

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GTP38R is fine. It's a good daily and towing turbo.

Now for injectors, I don't know what you do, but I'd recommend the Swamp's 175/30s. They are single shot injectors, with 170ccs of fuel delivery and 30% over stock nozzles. They should offer plenty of power for anyone, unless you're wanting to step it up a bit. 238cc hybrids have gotten pretty popular, but nozzle choice will vary by what you do with your truck.

Custom tuning is necessary for any kind of injector upgrade. Now you could get larger split shot injectors, but in my opinion, they're a waste. Split shots are holding back the power potential and also for the price of smaller split shots, you can get the upgraded singles. I personally recommend Power Hungry Performance for custom tuning as they seem to have some awesome tuning right now. But there's also custom tuning from Swamp's and Bean's that tend to get props as well.

As far as the HPOP, get the Dieselsite Adrenaline or a Terminator Engineering T500.

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With those 175/30 single shots, your HPOP probably would be OK, so long as it's healthy, as single shots tend to require less oil than a split shot of the same volume/nozzle (until you go big...then anything will require big oil lol).

But like Zytek, said, the Terminator is a real nice upgrade for the HPOP, expensive though (but then again, they ALL are lol)

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I use it manly for a daily driver but I also tow with it. I am wanting to get around 400 to 450 out of it
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full force 160s or swamps 175/146 and a gtp38r should get you close to 400. to go above that though you'll want to look into stage 2s the t500 hpop is the cheapest upgrade out of the hpops. and you may want to look into a different turbo set up with stage 2s ive heard the gtp38r isn't the most ideal turbo for it. I've always been recommended the modded h2e for stage 2s and above. but to run 500hp there are more mods that are going to come into play. are you looking into getting a built tranny?

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I was gonna say modded H2e, custom 66mm S300, or a Wide Open GQSSB.

And the other thing I forgot was yeah, without trans upgrades, the trans will be roasted in no time. A Brian's Truck Shop built 4R100 is exactly what you want if you haven't built your trans already.

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