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Major upgrades need advice

I am getting ready to do a bunch to my truck but not sure which order to do it all I am doing the following over the next couple months.

Studs
Power max turbo
190 cc injectors
Airdog II
And possibly a couple other things

Which order should I do this and is this going to be a decent setup for a 6.0?


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post #2 of 5 Old 10-05-2012, 09:46 AM
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I have the ARP head syuds on the shelf ready to ship and i can order you anything OEM 30% off, and anything aftermarket
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If you're breaking things up.....studs, then AirDog, then turbo and injectors.

Any reason in particular you're going with 190's and the Powermax? Those are some big injectors for that turbo unless you're also planning on running nitrous.

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^^^agreed^^^ way too much injector for a Powermax. I would look at 155/30's with that and if you are looking at an Airdog forget the Airdog II. Way too many problems. Consider a Fuelab or Aeromotive A1000 instead.

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What if I just do turbo for right now cause mines getting ready to go out anyways (coming up on 200,000 miles). Would there be any negative effects?


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  • K&N FIPK Intake
  • MBRP 5 in Turbo-Back
  • 6.4 Banjo Bolts
  • Blue Spring Upgrade
  • Zoodad Mod
  • Sinister EGR Delete
  • BPD Oil Cooler (Condenser Mount)
  • SCT SF3 with tunes from Matt





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