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Old 04-08-2012, 10:42 AM
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What type of psi levels could I expect with a Hypermax turbo?
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More info please
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More info please
Stage 2, 160cc injectors
Stealth 1 HPOP
Air Dog fuel system
AIS intake
4inch exhaust

Anything else?
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depends on how big its modded, and psi aint everything, boost is a measure of restriction, not volume. 35 to 40 dependin on nozzles and tunin and whether or not your hpop can keep up. also the air dog is not a fuel system. stock fuel system with a regulated return will flow enough for 160's air dog is junk
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depends on how big its modded, and psi aint everything, boost is a measure of restriction, not volume. 35 to 40 dependin on nozzles and tunin and whether or not your hpop can keep up. also the air dog is not a fuel system. stock fuel system with a regulated return will flow enough for 160's air dog is junk
What's a better choice than Air Dog? I ask about psi because I don't want to make too much and start breaking stuff, but I also don't want a 38R. I'm not looking for huge numbers after the mods.
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If you don't want to make too much then regulate it. That's a guarantee
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What do you have against a 38r? Its the only drop in for your truck, everything else will have a new mount and the cost will be like double. Im runnin at over 450 horse with stock head bolts, val e springs, and fuel pump.
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What do you have against a 38r? Its the only drop in for your truck, everything else will have a new mount and the cost will be like double. Im runnin at over 450 horse with stock head bolts, val e springs, and fuel pump.
I've got nothing against the 38r, I just wanted something different. Touche. I was actually tossed between the 38r & Hypermax. Think I'm gonna go with the 38r.
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