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I plan on turbo before injectors. Stock sticks can supply more fuel than the stock turbo can feed. It makes the decision easy for me. No matter what you do, you'll need custom tunes to fit. You HAVE to get custom tunes for single shot injectors, so be sure to add that to your budget. Tunes aren't needed for a new turbo, but, if you are going well outside the factory specs, your performance will suffer, so plan for new tunes.
I smart and/or rich man would plan and save for both at once, that way you only need to pay for custom tunes once. I'm neither, so I go for easiest first. I can change driving habits for a turbo. I can't go to the store with single shots.
2002 F250 CCSB 4x4
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