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Old 01-31-2011, 05:25 PM
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Airdog II vs. Head studs

Hello all,
I was looking at two options they both seem to be around 700 bucks and i don't have to much done to my truck but i would like to do injector at some point. so i know both probably have to get done eventually but which would be better to do first or it doesn't matter

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Old 01-31-2011, 08:40 PM
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well how much boost you gonna be pushing? the stock ones are good for 40 psi or so. plus with an 02 you have PMR's, but as proven with good tuning very safe power can be made.
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While they are doing the heads it will be easy for them to install the air dog as well . I'd do both at same time cause the cab is up and engine is right there.
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We carry both so if you deside to do them at the same time..package deal!
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he has a 7.3 guys..
i would forget the head studs.. and forget the air dog.. run two stock pumps in parallel,an intank pick up and a regulated return. all that will cost around $700
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