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Old 09-19-2010, 04:32 PM
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Looking to Upgrade Injectors

I just bought the truck in my sig and it has a stage 2 turbo on it (at least according to the guy I bought it from, I'm running 24psi at WOT).

I was wondering what my best option would be for injectors. I have a stock HPOP but I am considering the adrenaline 17 HPOP. Everything on the motor is stock besides the turbo and it has the edge evolution chip. I'm not looking for anything super ridiculous, it is a daily driver but I would like to get a little more get up and go out of her.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 09-19-2010, 04:38 PM
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Go with Full force diesel/Ryan Casserly Injectors. Stage 1s or 2s would be good. an adrenalin HPOP is a really good choice too. with the Edge, all you'll see is about 24 PSI. you have an intake on there?

just FYI, you could go with a m,uch better tuner, such as Tony Wildman @total diesel performance, Jody with TS performance or PHP tuning and get a lot better trans tuning and power from your truck.
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Old 09-19-2010, 04:40 PM
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I would like to go with the custom tunes but I would like to wait till I get all the motor work done. I have a K&N Cold Air Intake on it.
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Old 09-19-2010, 04:45 PM
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get rid of the K&N filter! it will ruin the inside of your engine and the turbo comp wheel.

it lets too many larger particles into the engine. great for gassers not great for diesels. go with someother filter.
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I think its an AFE filter and I know for sure the pre-filter is AFE. The plumbing and box are K&N though
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Yep i would go with casserly.I bought mine from Riff Raff diesel which had the best price and customer service.
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Old 09-19-2010, 11:11 PM
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BTW never heard of a stage II turbo unless they mean it's a 38r?
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for stage ones, beans is a few buck cheaper
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We could make you a good deal on Cass's Inj's , the new Stealth and custom tunes..Pm me if I can help.

Stealth pump

This pump is inside of a stock hpop housing but thats where the simularities stop. All internal moving parts are new with larger higher volume pistons. On the outside the fittings have been redone and ports have been bored out to accept a larger fitting for more thread contact to prevent the threads from stripping out or blowing out under pressure, huge issue with the stock threads. Aprox 40% flow incress over a stock 17* pump!

Cary
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