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post #1 of 16 Old 08-07-2012, 11:06 AM Thread Starter
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Injector size

I have a gtp38r and I was looking at putting rosewood stage two injectors in my truck. I was wondering if this is too much injector for the turbo and I should just get stage ones instead or should I just get stage twos and have them lightly tuned ?
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stage two's will work perfect.
you can run hybrids with a 38r.

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For the money I would say just get what some lable as stage 3 or hybrids.


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I dont have a upgraded hpop or fuel system will that matter ?
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you do not need to upgrade oil, but you will want a good supply of fuel. There are cheap ways to get fuel. Single shots are not oil hungry like stock injectors, unless you go really big.
Many say that you can still benefit from a different hpop, but not necessary.

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Cheap ways as in dual super duty pumps or as in a airdog ?
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What year is your motor? 38r is best with stock to stage 1's..stage 2's to 250/100's a modded H2e is a much better choice.
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I have a 2001 with 110k on it I also have a cold air, gauges, exhaust, chip
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You may have PMR's...so unless you check and make sure you don't have them stick to stage1's..as somewhere 400HP and higher they can blow..

Plus if you have a auto you can mod for stage 1's without breaking the bank..larger your going to need a BTS. or eq Plus all the other support mods$$$$$$$$$$
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Thanks for the info, I just want a little something more but still have my truck being reliable as it is now, also not breaking the bank is another plus since I'm putting on a new bed and doing a few other little odds and ends
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