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Old 01-23-2014, 04:04 PM
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Arp head studs question

How much psi boost do I need head studs I wanna run a s366 non waste gated
Right now my set up is a 01 f350 crew cab long bed sct live wire with innovative diesel tunes, riff raff boost fooler, diamond eye 5 inch exhaust no muffler, cold air intake, wicked wheel in turbo if I just switched out the turbo would I need head studs also what can I do to maximize boost out of my stock turbo
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I think the gains of that turbo wouldn't be fully realized unless you upgraded the injectors as well.
There are many factors when it comes to the necessity of head studs, but to keep it simple say 40psi or so to think about adding studs.
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7.3 no studs, 6.0 studs
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Originally Posted by Dirtydiesel9 View Post
How much psi boost do I need head studs I wanna run a s366 non waste gated
Right now my set up is a 01 f350 crew cab long bed sct live wire with innovative diesel tunes, riff raff boost fooler, diamond eye 5 inch exhaust no muffler, cold air intake, wicked wheel in turbo if I just switched out the turbo would I need head studs also what can I do to maximize boost out of my stock turbo
You are no where near the need for a T4 turbo set up... I would not suggest the 366 to begin with, but first I would pick a HP goal...

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I think the gains of that turbo wouldn't be fully realized unless you upgraded the injectors as well.
There are many factors when it comes to the necessity of head studs, but to keep it simple say 40psi or so to think about adding studs.
There would be little if any gains with the turbo swap, it would more then likely spool slower then stock.

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7.3 no studs, 6.0 studs
Very simplistic...

Having to run studs has more to do with cylinder pressures, not boost.
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