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Old 07-23-2014, 07:13 PM
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what injectors??

my old girls injectors with 240k miles on them are very tired.
im wanting to put new ones in before winter
just wondering which ones I should get
im not going to do this and replace with stock injectors
my plan is to upgrade for some extra fuel and id like to just run stock turbo with WW if that is at all possible?
now what brand and what size?
currently just have PHP hydra
66377 filter
straight pipe exhaust 6 inch stacks
and gauges
plan on keeping this truck for another 2 or 3 years at least
so wanting some injectors that I will be happy with
thanks in advance
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What HP goal would you like yo achieve and what do you do with your truck. Injectors I carry come with free set of tunes also.

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If you want to run the stock turbo go with 160/30 from Hucorey.
Enough power to spin the tires, but you won't kill the stock turbo or tear up the rest of the truck.
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my truck is just a DD that doesn't tow more than just a bass boat every now and then
im not going for any major hp goal
just wanting the truck to run a lil stronger
but just wondering with those 160/30 injectors what kind of hp would it make?
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Old 07-24-2014, 05:29 AM
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With supporting mods you can get pretty close to 375 give or take a bit. Realistically without adding a 38R turbo probably around 325-350.
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Hey hucorey, I'm currently almost at the mark I need to buy the gtp38r and some injectors from ya, which injectors should I do and what's the final price for the turbo injectors and to burn my ts 6pos. Thanks
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If you want to run the stock turbo go with 160/30 from Hucorey.
Enough power to spin the tires, but you won't kill the stock turbo or tear up the rest of the truck.
Spot on



I had the same idea as you, wasn't going with stock sticks and wanted just a little bit more power. I'm putting my ww2 in this weekend and will post back how I like it.
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Hey hucorey, I'm currently almost at the mark I need to buy the gtp38r and some injectors from ya, which injectors should I do and what's the final price for the turbo injectors and to burn my ts 6pos. Thanks
Are you looking for the most bang for your buck, or looking to go with something like those guys mentioned with the 160/30's?

Without a whole lot of mods to do for the most HP for your money, a set of 238/100's with a 38R, with or without a billet wheel is very fun. You don't need a high dollar HPOP either to run them. Or there's any size injector in between.

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That's what I wanted to do with the 38r was the billet wheel, so 238/100s she'll be!
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That's what I wanted to do with the 38r was the billet wheel, so 238/100s she'll be!
That'll be a very fun, reliable, DD.

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