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need some advice

I just recently put in a gt38r and im loving it. first would it be worth having my chip re burned ? and secondly My friend has a set of stage 2 injectors for sale and i was wondering how long my trans would last ? so far i have a cold air,gauges,38r,wildman chip also 105k on my trans
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Not sure about the stage 2's. I have a 38R, stage 1 160cc AC injectors, 4" turbo back, 6637 intake and a David Lott (Diesel Innovations) tune and this truck pulls like a freight train. If the road is the least little bit damp I can spin the wheels at 75. I'm very happy with this setup.


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Well just depends on how heavy your right foot is with just that turbo on? As far as your tranny goes on lasting, who only knows really? Just depends on how much you beat on it really. I mean if your out doing 4 wheel launching with your truck, you might as well plan on spending some money on a built tranny. Actually i prolly would anyways, be a safer bet if you plan on gettin them stage 2's. I mean the 4r100's are the weak links with these trucks, call up BTS and go from there. You will need a tranny sooner or later.

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Haha its my baby so i try not to beat on it, I think im just gonna go with stage 1's. Also im only hiting around 15psi with my 38r on a stock tune, does this sound right ?
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Mine hits around 20psi on stock tune.

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Is that with a load on or empty? And are you running a boost fooler?
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That's empty but I'm moving 37inch tires and no, no boost fooler.

-2002 f350 7.3L diesel
-20x12 fuel hostages, 325/50r20 atz's
-05 grille, bull bar, recon lights
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-Garrett 38r
-5inch straight pipe to 7inch fte black stack
-Full force 210/100
-Adrenaline hpop
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