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Old 07-09-2012, 10:29 AM
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how much power & what next?

i am new to fords and deisels, i have a 2000 f250 7.3, i am wondering about how much power am i making right now with current mods? and what should be my next performance mod?

1 afe stage 2 intake
2 banks quick turbo assembly with big head waste gate
3 adrenaline hpop
4 Itp regulated fuel return
5 4" exhaust from turbo back
6 built trans with 12 billet converter
7 DP Tuner 80e 120hp 140hp

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Old 07-09-2012, 11:45 AM
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If anyone could answer this question off the top of their head, then people wouldn't pay big money for dyno runs. If you want the correct number then get it dyno'd, otherwise I could say you are running 400 hp, and 800 torque.
Plus i dont even know the amount of peak boost you are running. Your best bet would be to ask for the specs on the tunes they use at DP when they take into consideration your modifications.
As for next mod, I say wicked wheel mod, lift it bigger, and a 5" exhaust with cat and muffler delete. Depending on what state you live in and if you have to keep the cat on.
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Old 07-09-2012, 11:58 AM
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If I had to guess, 320-350whp. Maybe 700ft-lbs or so. Very hard to say though.
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Old 07-09-2012, 12:28 PM
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would a 38r turbo make more hp/trq? would i need any supporting mods with the turbo?
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I think your next step.. depending on that turbo.. If its actually better than stock or what it is..

Would be looking into injectors.. some good hybrids maybe... You've already got the fuel system for it. Maybe a 38r.. or even something bigger.
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Old 07-09-2012, 12:55 PM
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Get a lift pump and a different turbo. An h2e or a s366 would be my opinion.

Also, some hybrid injectors wouldn't hurt. You can tune them up or own depending on if you want to lift your heads off or not lol. Head studs would be nice down the road.
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dyno to the wheels im going to guess max 340hp... i would also skip the banks stuff and just get yourself a 38r....

now if you want to get some real power get yourself some injectors.... your basically bottle necking the fuel on stock injectors..
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Old 07-09-2012, 01:48 PM
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+4 those baby dick injectors gotta go. Screw banks stuff. And screw head studs.
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Id also say about 340 max, just getting a 38r before new sticks you won't feel a differance. I didn't notice one atleast. Turbos just a good supporting mod for injectors. Depending on your goal hp or torque, id go with a gtp38r, but that's just me speaking from my experiance
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I would guess closer to 300 at the wheels; I think these guys are being generous. They probably have a lot more experience than I do too, so idk.

Your truck probably has less than 200 at the wheels stock. You'll only gain approx 100 from the chip on stock injectors. Other mods are minimal.

I'd do a Pius LASB 366 framed turbo from irate or something similar.

Jus my 2 cents
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