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From the reading I've been doing, primarily on this forum, it seems that the single shot injectors are a more efficient design than the split shots in that they inject the fuel in one single spray and are less taxing on the HPOP. Is this correct or have I misunderstood? I'm guessing the 160/30 PIS units are the single shot design?
I did disconnect the red line. I noticed the turbo came online much faster and the truck seemed to pull harder out of the hole. In a WOT 0-80mph run, the pressure never exceeded 20 psi. I won't really know with regard to EGT until I hitch up a trailer and make it work a little.
2001 F-350, 4x4 Longbed/crew, Autometer gauges, 4" exhaust, 6637, Sinister coolant filter, F8 chip, Galaxy 3 running Torque, 278k