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Old 10-01-2009, 08:51 PM
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Need some advice ...

Hey ! i am looking at buying some injector and a oil pump for my truck, i am looking for something that would give me more HP as well as being reliable for working and hauling, there is so many choices and brands available... Any advices ... Thanks !
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Old 10-02-2009, 01:48 PM
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I would stick some hybrids in there and if you got an early 99 then stick a modded Terminator pump or a adrenaline pump... and be done with it...

but then your gonna need a turbo and dump the superchips.

and then get a good clutch...
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Old 10-02-2009, 02:12 PM
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Best MPG's would be with single shots, your stock pump will work fine. I'd stick to stage 1's if your towing alot..your turbo and trans will thank you.
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If you get injectors dont you pretty much need a different turbo??
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My clutch is almost at the end of its life so i was going to install a southbend if i can find one around here, and for the superchip i know lol its still better then stock but anyways so i would have to start with the turbo, the injectors, the pump and then a TW, does that sound right ? by the way i have a late 99
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Old 10-03-2009, 10:13 AM
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Inj's and Chip has to be done at the same time.

Bigger than stage 1's I'd get a new turbo..
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So you can get a chip, then later down the road by injectors and then have the chip retuned for the injectors right?

How well does our stock turbos hold up to these single shot stage 1's? Is there a big power and economy increase?
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I want to know the same thing
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So you can get a chip, then later down the road by injectors and then have the chip retuned for the injectors right?

How well does our stock turbos hold up to these single shot stage 1's? Is there a big power and economy increase?
Yes any custom tuner can retune to added mods...hence the "reburn"

You can run a stock turbo with Stage I's just have your tuner detune them so they can run relatively safe on a stock turbo. Running larger injectors on a stock turbo is going to take some VERY conservative driving or you will cook it fast.

Watch EGT's and boost #
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Inj's and Chip has to be done at the same time.

Bigger than stage 1's I'd get a new turbo..
You can upgrade inj w/out a chip they just wont be as efficient
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