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Old 10-06-2007, 05:27 AM
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im thinking on getting elite diesels stage 3 injectors for my 2000 besides trans turbo fuel system and hpop what kind of engine parts should i be concerned about to run that kind of power
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Old 10-06-2007, 03:25 PM
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How about some gauges.
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im thinking on getting elite diesels stage 3 injectors for my 2000 besides trans turbo fuel system and hpop what kind of engine parts should i be concerned about to run that kind of power

You dont need oil for hybrids... Thats part of the benifit of hybrids... I will say that my hybrids smoked less then the stage 2 swamps I was running.

Tadd should have my injectors tomarrow and will be going thru them after the Motor issue I had...

I would say a Turbo (Turbonetics BB), a Tranny and Studs you would be good... Fuel system, dual Hpop's and such can all be done later....
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ya well the oil really isnt that big of a problem because my friend knows a shop that can rebuild my stock one and boost the pressure to where it should be for $700 bucks
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ya well the oil really isnt that big of a problem because my friend knows a shop that can rebuild my stock one and boost the pressure to where it should be for $700 bucks
Isn't increased air flow what you want? On the stock housings, once you go over a certain PSI, you are over spinning the turbo. Correct?
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Isn't increased air flow what you want? On the stock housings, once you go over a certain PSI, you are over spinning the turbo. Correct?
I believe he is talking about the HPOP...

If you find a shop that will rebuild your pump and get "pressures where they should be" for $700... Post up the phone number...
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ok ill get the number from my friend and post them thanks for all the help as well even though it will be a while before i get the big mods but at least i know now
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