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post #1 of 13 Old 11-26-2013, 05:14 PM Thread Starter
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I ha e a 2000 f250 7.3 with a ts 6 position chip, 4 inch mbrp exhaust, age stage 2 intake, what kind of horsepower am I running at and whats my next step for more?
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maybe 325, im not good at estimates depends

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next step?
gauges
determine if you have PMR's or not
stage 1. stage 2. or hybrid injectors
WW2 or 38r turbo.

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Sorry I ment to add I have glow shift boost, trans, fuel pressure, and get gauges.
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well their known to be cheaply made. so when/if they go out, there's better options out there.
however, their good at monitoring while they work, and a good price.

but searching around will give you a lot of different answers

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well their known to be cheaply made. so when/if they go out, there's better options out there.
however, their good at monitoring while they work, and a good price.

but searching around will give you a lot of different answers
Yep. Glowshift is inexpensive for a reason.

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Don't waste ur money on glowshifts I did once before and regretted it spend the money now!!! And ur what hp you want if you want just a little more go with swamps 175/146 or go with some ff 160's ull have to get ur chip re burnt to run different injectors regardless with different injectors. Cloverleaf is prett close with the 325hp. You coul always just throw a different wheel in the turbo if ya don't wanna spend the money on a 38r
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I just did and injector and turbo swap. 175/80 injectors and a 38R. Great performance upgrade!



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4" from turbo back, lentech built trans, 12 billet converter, DP tuner!!!
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How much of a difference could u tell with the injector turbo upgrade?
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Dont mean to hijack this thread but I am also at the point where I want to step up on the performance level on my 7.3 too. Like honda144 I have autometer gauges, 4'' exhaust no cat or muffler, afe stage 2, bd compressor wheel, PHP hydra chip, and 3.73 gears.

Is it advisable to do injectors and a HPOP together? Can I do one without the other? Would it be ideal to do injectors, a HPOP, and a 38r turbo all at once?



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