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Old 10-08-2012, 10:13 PM
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238/100 rosewoods?

I'm looking to due injectors and turbo upgrade in the next few weeks. I was wondering if the 238's were gonna be to much for a d66. I do have a t500 hpop and a ts chip I will send out for custom tunes. I'm thinking I may need some trans upgrades too. What do you think? Thanks.
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I think that'd be a pretty solid setup. The only thing I would recommend is check your fuel psi. With a healthy pump I held fuel psi on 180s but the guy I sold those to said his dropped pretty quick. You may want to look into a different fuel pump setup.
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T500 not enough?
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Fuel pump not hpop.
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I ran a Holley blue pump a couple of my 24v's with success, would that push enough fuel for a powerstroke?
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Don't know what they flow. I'd look at the walbro pump or a bosch 044. That will be a pretty sweet setup. Only other issue I see is at that level you may want to look into studs and valve springs as a precaution.
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It's rated for 110 gph.
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I've read that with this combo I should be pushing no more than 32 pounds of boost. I thought head studs were recommended for over 40?
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How would the d66 and stock injectors run? The problem is I only have $4000 to spend. Don't know if I should do injectors or turbo?
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I don't think the stock turbo will last long with the 238s as well be running out of the efficiency of the turbo. You might look around and find a used turbo in good condition and get more than the d66 keep your eye out and if your not in a hurry there is some good deals to be had.
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