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Allright,Gonna put some 160cc single shots and a custom chip in my 02 7.3.Who to go to?Whats the most bang for the buck?Lookin at php?
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We can get you setup with both. We carry Full Force injectors.

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Allright,Gonna put some 160cc single shots and a custom chip in my 02 7.3.Who to go to?Whats the most bang for the buck?Lookin at php?
We carry both Full Force Diesel and Swamps for injectors. Both are great quality injectors. FFD 160cc Stage 1's are a solid injector for daily driving and towing, and are what I currently run in my 7.3L. Swamps are a bit more expensive, but carry a 5 year warranty.

As for the chip, we can go with the original Phoenix 6 Position or the new Hydra 17 Position chip. The Phoenix is less expensive and works extremely well, while the Hydra will run about $130.00 more but has considerably more flexibility. With FFD injectors, a Phoenix chip, and 6 tunes, you're looking at about $1640 plus shipping. With FFD injectors, a Hydra chip, and 6 tunes, you're looking at about $1770 plus shipping. Swamps injectors would run an additional $400.00.

If you're running the stock turbo, you may also want to consider the new Wicked Wheel upgrade for the compressor wheel. It's a monster!

Let me know if there's anything else we can help answer for you.


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