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Old 09-30-2013, 08:37 PM
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So i recently installed my Ww2 and I like it alot so far. I have a Coolingmist Stage 1 setup sitting in my toolbox along with a 14lb nos kit. Ill wait until spring to install them though, since winters about here. What i would like to know is what do I do now?
Injectors, hpop, tranny/torque converter etc.
Any help/advice would be great

Btw installing boost,egt,trans temp gauges was simple and so was the WW2 install!
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Old 10-01-2013, 02:27 PM
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How far are you looking to go/hp goals/uses for the truck? IMO first step would be ditch the nitrous, and get real tunes.


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Old 10-01-2013, 02:39 PM
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No towing. Just daily driven and romp around. Goal wise just looking to have a dually that is fast. I love watching videos of diesel running 10's and better. That's awesome. I've looked into having our shop do efi live tunes over my Ts 6pos. Chip i have now. Ultimately i want a 650-700hp monster, time and money into her are fine
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Build it up around your hp goals first, then add the hp, you'll have less weekends wrenching on broken stuff


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Old 10-01-2013, 02:52 PM
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My question is what do I need to reach those goals.
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That's a pretty high number gonna have to fork out some cash, but ull have to get injectors and hpop, regulated return, fuel system, trans is a must if ur gonna be pushing that. And to be honestly if ur running stock turbo it ain't gonna get you there, ull have to upgrade to a t4 set up, not saying dont do it but that's just a high number but more power to you if you do!!!
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Old 10-01-2013, 03:35 PM
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You'll need a built engine to hold that power
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Like I said eventually those are numbers id like to see. Eventually in a year she won't be driven daily. Just a sSunday cruise haha. Couple track runs.
On the regulated return systems I've seen SinisterDiesel and one other site in Diesel Power. As for my turbo what if I went with compound setups. Or should I stick to one? I have looked at doing a raptor pump setup for the fuel jump any other companies I should have my eye on
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What if i picked up an engine used that Joe down the roads selling and tore it down and built from scratch. Be the way to go right
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Honestly it'll be a lot of research, and some trial and error


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