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Old 12-27-2010, 06:56 AM
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2000 F350 - Time For More Power

Hey guys,

I have a 2000 F350 7.3 PSD CCSB with the following mods:
  • AFE Cold Air Intake
  • 4" Straight Pipe Exhaust w/ Dual 6" Stacks
  • Garret GT38R Turbo
  • Edge Juice w/ Attitude (Will Be Removed)
  • ATS Stage 6 Trans (Stock TC Right Now)
  • DynaTrac Axles w/ 4.56 Gears
  • Boost, EGT, Pyro Gauges

Here is what I am thinking about adding:
  • Stage III Single Shot Hybrid Injectors 238cc w/ 100% Nozzles
  • 6 Pos Swamps Chip
  • ATS Full Billet Triple Disc Viskus Clutch Mat. Torque Converter
  • IDM Voltage Mod (Possibility but not sure yet)

Has anyone had any experience running this type of set up? Will the GT38R hold with stage III injectors? Will my HPOP be capable of running the injectors? Anything else I should be worried about?
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Old 12-27-2010, 09:49 AM
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I think you are going to have to change your HPOP if your going to go with those injectors.
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Old 12-27-2010, 10:06 AM
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I think you are going to have to change your HPOP if your going to go with those injectors.
I have heard that before and I have heard that it can handle them. I do plan on getting an adrenaline HPOP at a later date I just can't afford it right now. Is anyone running stage III single shot hybrids on a stock HPOP?
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I'm running stage II's and the HPOP is barely keeping up . . . As long as you aren't holding the pedal to the floor it will be fine (obviously) but if you plan on romping on it around town then you should change the pump or wait till you have the money to do it right.

You will love the power from the injectors and custom tune. It's a very big difference.
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i heard the stealth HPOP are really good. and i think they are decently prices.
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I've heard good things about the bolt-in stealth pump as well. You truck will be better off with just a true custom tune. The edge is robbing you of power. Plus your tranny will definitely thank you.
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the 238's is about max with the 38R..alot of guy's running the 500 mark with that combo...hybrid use less oil then stage 2's which is why im going with a set of 250/200 soon...if your stock HPOP is healthy you wont need to up grade it but it will help add a little more power....
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the 238's is about max with the 38R..alot of guy's running the 500 mark with that combo...hybrid use less oil then stage 2's which is why im going with a set of 250/200 soon...if your stock HPOP is healthy you wont need to up grade it but it will help add a little more power....
That is the same thing I heard before. So you think ill be good with my stocker for now? What about my fuel system should I be ok for now? Also my motor has about 85k miles on it so its pretty low mileage.
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miles don't mean much with the HPOP...each one is different..if you have or know someone with AE or the like..run a health test..set AE up to watch ICP and duty cycle....do a WOT run from 60 MPH by rolling into the go peddle without down shifting..if your holding 2400-2600 with split shots you should be ok..I would at the very least do a regulated return as well as the in tank mod..keeping air out of these injectors and keeping them full of fuel is a must..you will also have better throttle response...
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miles don't mean much with the HPOP...each one is different..if you have or know someone with AE or the like..run a health test..set AE up to watch ICP and duty cycle....do a WOT run from 60 MPH by rolling into the go peddle without down shifting..if your holding 2400-2600 with split shots you should be ok..I would at the very least do a regulated return as well as the in tank mod..keeping air out of these injectors and keeping them full of fuel is a must..you will also have better throttle response...
Just did a test with a Snap-On Solus and watched the ICP and it checked out just fine. Will I be ok for a little while running the stock fuel system (2-3 months maybe 5k miles at the most) until I can afford to get the reg. return system?
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