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what to do first TN turbo or DI Regulated Fuel System?

I am trying to find out which one I should do first as after paying for all Christmas presents and what not budget is little tight but can do one or the other right now then little bit later get the other. Also looking for most performance for right now w/ my current setup...

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Well your sig doesnt say your current setup, but if it were me I would go with the regulated return. My next mod will be a fuel system, then injectors, then turbo. Hopefully someone else will chime in with a more educated answer.

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like said before fill out your signature for we know what you have done to your truck then we will go from there

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sorry about that.. thought it was filled out...

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well if I was you I would get a 6.0 intercooler... and do something with that tranny before you start having any problems... and the worry about bigger sticks, oil, turbo, water/meth, etc..

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i have a transgo shift kit just not installed yet... will the 6.0 ic make a big difference in egt's???

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It did on mine. I am very happy with the upgrade. Some people will tell you that you'll lose boost psi... while that may be true, the cooler dense air will more than make up for it in my opinion.

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what to do first TN turbo or DI Regulated Fuel System

between the two..

I'd go TN...

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DI regulated return would be my choice,

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