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Old 09-23-2008, 05:35 PM
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This is what I'm thinking

I want a little more hp, here is what i'm thinking

Regulated Return

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Bigger fuel pump
Auto Performance Engineering - Walbro fuel pumps and more
the GSL392 model


bigger pick up line
ITP 5/8" Fuel Tank Pickup

and a
ITP 7.3L Fuel Tank / Pre-Pump Kit

and water/meth


how does that plan sound?
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Old 09-23-2008, 06:52 PM
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for your regulated return line why not go with itp they may cost a little more but you get what you pay for from them nothin but quality parts pus your already using there other parts there pick up tube and prepump kit
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Old 09-23-2008, 07:48 PM
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Go to ITP's site and get the Air Dog, and his fuel bowl delete/ complete fuel system... All SS hard lines and SS braided...

Fuel system will net you 0 extra HP... Just a better running truck and a building block for later.
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Old 09-24-2008, 06:02 AM
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Ok i was told to get rid of my turbo, and get a garrett i told them I liked mine. They said the garrett will make more power and last longer. hmm how can i blow mine up? so i can get a garrett? My warrenty it about up.


I found a deal on some stage 2 single shot injectors, how much boost would i be running then with my TN? would i need head studs?
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Ok i was told to get rid of my turbo, and get a garrett i told them I liked mine. They said the garrett will make more power and last longer. hmm how can i blow mine up? so i can get a garrett? My warrenty it about up.


I found a deal on some stage 2 single shot injectors, how much boost would i be running then with my TN? would i need head studs?
Not a damn thing wrong with your TN... I put down 470hp with mine and it has seen 50# boost more then once...

Stage 2's and turbo I was at 36-38psi and just north of 400...
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thats what i wanted to hear, if i'm pushing 38psi, would i need head studs?
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I tested today, i can hit 30 so with stage 2 i should hit 37ish? i shouldn't need head studs for that i don't think
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It is easy to install studs in the truck... it isn't hard at all... takes about 8 hours total...
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