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Old 02-07-2013, 09:21 AM
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help picking out injector size for 38r and adrenaline

Hi guy im asking.for some help with picking out injector size .. im gunna be getting an adrenaline hpop and a new 38r turbo for my 2002 f-250 auto and i wanna know.what size injectors too get .. i want a reliable setup with decent power over the stock setup .. dont.need.anything too crazy .. its my dd and i dont.plan on ever going.huge with this truck just want a little more power than.what i have now and a truck.that will.be just as reliable as stock .. was thinking maybe some.swamps stage 1-2 single shots or would.that be too.big for.my setup ? Please.help.this.is my first diesel and i.dont want too.buy the wrong injectors because .only.have money too.buy.them once .. thanks guys
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Stage one say 160's will be a bit more power. You don't mention it but you are going to need a custom chip as well to do any injectors. As your truck has the lovely PMRs you are going to have to stay small or have it tuned right if you go bigger.
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Stage one say 160's will be a bit more power. You don't mention it but you are going to need a custom chip as well to do any injectors. As your truck has the lovely PMRs you are going to have to stay small or have it tuned right if you go bigger.
stage 1's or 2's with good tunes, or hybrids too
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Old 02-07-2013, 12:45 PM
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Im liking the 175/30 for the application. Good tuning should yield good power, better mileage and softer on the PMRs. Though you can pretty much tune anything now a days for your goal.

I say this as this is where im headed as well, Precision Injection services has a great price too.
Last i checked was 1350 $
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Old 02-07-2013, 06:36 PM
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Im not close enough too.anyone to.have custom tuning done .. i have a ts 6 pos chip right now
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I.dont.want too go big power just a little more than what i have and.still.be.just as reliable .. maybee around the 375 hp mark or.so .. what kind.of.numbers could i expect with the stage 1-2 ?
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Old 02-08-2013, 05:13 AM
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AC's and a 38R , you dont need the newer HPOP , will need good tune as it will be needed for the single shots - should put you at the 400hp mark
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Old 02-08-2013, 06:37 AM
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Stg1 160/ stock nozzles can see 380 to 400 peak hp, Probably smoky
Stg2 160/100 can see up to 450ish, and no smoke at 375 hp
..........175/30 can see 420+ hp, no smoke at 375 hp.

This is all based on good tuning and strong supporting mods. Each truck is different,
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Old 02-08-2013, 07:00 PM
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And i.allso want something that i.dont need too.upgrade the fuel system right.now like a fast system or.anything .. at least not right now
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Old 02-08-2013, 07:07 PM
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Imo,,,, Stock superduty pump and riff raff frx. Its easy and it works, will support 400hp.
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