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@docweld, if you want to upgrade the turbo (no offense to what jesilvas said), buying a ww, ported compressor housing, and a bigget exhaust housing will put you in the ballpark (couple hundred) of buying an aftermarket turbo that will move more air than the stocker.
@2002 F350, I'm am not the best at picking combo parts since I haven't done any myself but I am pretty sure you can run stage 1 injectors with nothing more than a custom tuned chip and a wicked wheel in the turbo. This assumes you have done the common exhaust and intake upgrades already.
Stage 2's might want a little more air to be opened up in the tune. If you don't have enough air, the tuner isn't going to give you the whole injector so you don't burn the pistons up. Other upgrades around this level of injector are a regulated fuel return kit, and maybe a better hpop.
Also, as a disclaimer, if you have an 02 engine, it likely has powered metal rods (pmr) and they don't enjoy life at higher hp levels.
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Last edited by Turbostang500; 07-02-2012 at 12:17 AM.