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Old 02-04-2014, 04:44 AM
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Id like to run some 100, maybe 150 hp injectors. What would i need to do to suport the injectors? i know EGT' s are a big thing, so i got a 4 inch turbo back. but what else are some things to do to help the truck out/keep it from breaking things and overheating? thanks.
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Old 02-04-2014, 05:21 AM
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To do it right you would At least need an aftermarket turbo, head studs, a healthy HPOP, good intake system, custom tuning, and a good set of gauges. Also at that point you would need to look into transmission upgrades.
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To do it right you would At least need an aftermarket turbo, head studs, a healthy HPOP, good intake system, custom tuning, and a good set of gauges. Also at that point you would need to look into transmission upgrades.
First three things are a NO.

If all you want is 100-150hp over stock then a good CAI, billet turbo wheel and custom tuned TS chip.

Gauges, especially EGT, are a great start.
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First three things are a NO.

If all you want is 100-150hp over stock then a good CAI, billet turbo wheel and custom tuned TS chip.

Gauges, especially EGT, are a great start.

Just curious why wouldn't you want a bigger turbo, Head studs, and a healthy HPOP? He asked about bigger injectors.
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Because a stock turbo with an upgraded wheel is capable of 400 rwhp, studs/springs are not needed with a Stage 2 injector. HPOP is not needed when running stock injectors, and if running a Stage 2 he might get by with his current one since he didnt list e99 its probably got a 17 degree pump already. To tell you need to be able to monitor it and go from there.

Also 7.3 injectors are not made in HP size, you really need to figure out what your hp goal is then people can direct you plus there are hundreds of threads on setups by hp range.
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Old 02-04-2014, 09:04 AM
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Also if your worried about breaking things then you probably should just leave it stock because it will find all your weak points once you add more power.

Also do you have an auto or manual that will really impact which way to go since a built auto is gonna run you 5k.
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Just curious why wouldn't you want a bigger turbo, Head studs, and a healthy HPOP? He asked about bigger injectors.
That stuff would be nice, but all he said is an additional 100-150hp and the above stuff isnt necessary to achieve that goal. You dont need the supposed 100hp nozzels on ebay. Best to stay far away from ebay injector/parts.

OP could get by just fine with the trans by staying close or under 425hp by just putting in a BTS or JW valve body. Billet TC will help too.

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That stuff would be nice, but all he said is an additional 100-150hp and the above stuff isnt necessary to achieve that goal. You dont need the supposed 100hp nozzels on ebay. Best to stay far away from ebay injector/parts.

OP could get by just fine with the trans by staying close or under 425hp by just putting in a BTS or JW valve body. Billet TC will help too.
Ok that makes sense. I didn't think that stock turbos would support stage 2s. Would my e99 turbo support stage 2s? Btw I saw you sig, nice set up.
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Ok that makes sense. I didn't think that stock turbos would support stage 2s. Would my e99 turbo support stage 2s? Btw I saw you sig, nice set up.
I ran 160/100's for 20k miles just fine. Your tuner can adjust for the turbo or you can get an aftermarket wheel and he can adjust for that too.
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I have been running a stock e99 with 160/100 for over 12k and no problems. However I have an auto so I keep it on 80hp tune and take it easy on it. Yours should support it just fine just check shaft play in it before you add the injectors. I see you have a manual so you will probably have to upgrade your clutch eventually.

You will have a 15 degree HPOP so will want to monitor the ICP/IPR to see its health once running injectors/tunes to see if you need to upgrade.

Since your E99 you only have a couple turbo options without going t4 or L99 setop, you can keep stock and upgrade wheel if you want, run a van turbo (minimal improvement only difference is 1.15 exhaust housing), or a D66 from one of the vendors who builds them the Brute 66 from DynoProven has been mentioned alot lately supporting stage 3 injectors. If you want to do it yourself Barder turbo offers a diy d66 kit for around half the price but you have no warranty.
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