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  1. blue99stroker
    03-03-2014 08:29 PM - permalink
    sorry to hear that man, now im getting paranoid! haha
    my injectors are so noisy and rough compared to my dads 2000 7.3 with almost 100k miles, i drove his truck today getting firewood and im so jealous how quiet and smooth they are...

    well i dont think you can go wrong with pis or full force.
    full force 165/30's are only 1300 bucks compared to pis 160/30's at 1400.
    my buddies truck runs great with the full force 165/30's.
    whatever you go with i wanna hear your results!
  2. blue99stroker
    02-17-2014 06:25 PM - permalink
    gotcha. ya i was on the fence about getting bigger injectors but its just not feasible living in a state that requires smog testing.
    and i figured adding a bigger ex housing would help me from blowing up my stock turbo.
    im looking at buying just the 1.15 housing for 100 bucks...sound like a good deal?
  3. blue99stroker
    02-17-2014 12:58 PM - permalink
    haha sounds like my dad, the only person who does maintenance on his 7.3 is me.
    and ya i told him whats the point of putting new injectors in when its not gonna work right lol

    im picking up a 1.15 housing here soon, you still like running the van turbo?
    my plan is to get a ported housing, upgrade 360 rebuild kit from barder, and riffraff ported housing wheel so i wont kill the turbo with 165/30's.

    seeing as i already get 35 psi, im sure the turbo wouldnt like 43-45 psi haha
  4. Joel
    02-08-2014 06:42 AM - permalink
    That's too bad. It's kinda hard to have a any basis for comparison when the rest of the truck isn't right.
    The truck I put the PIS sticks in is similar, he has a dirty old AEM filter that he swears is good and he has no boost gauge and doesn't want to "waste" money on one.
    Oh well, what ch'ya gunna do
  5. blue99stroker
    02-08-2014 06:24 AM - permalink
    He has a boost leak still so he hasnt gotten the full experience yet.
    ive been helping him fix all the **** he jerry rigged and broke. his rear yoke seal has been leaking, i helped him change the gear oil in the rear diff and it was full of water and mud.
    he also switched intake plenums to 3 inch instead of 2 inch and didnt reseal them with rtv.
    so he has a fat boost leak and can only make 20 psi. kinda peeved at him cause i told him to fix them like 3 months ago, hes been watching to much powerstrokehelp. but other than the leak his truck runs great.
  6. blue99stroker
    01-09-2014 07:03 PM - permalink
    hey how is your friend liking his PIS 160/30's?
    My friend just ordered some FF 165/30's for 1300, ill let you know how he likes them.
    im helping him install them next week

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  • About Joel
    British Columbia
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    2002 F350
    7.3 DI factory turbocharged
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    Extended Cab Long Box
    Single Rear Wheel 4X4
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    All Terrain
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    Racing to Work
    1/8 Mile ET
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    175/80's, Van Turbo with EBPV, BD Billet Wheel, Lots of money spent at RiffRaff, Holley fuel pump, crappy riding leveling kit, DP F6, Guages AND edge CS, too many stupid little mods to list

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    and what does a passenger ejection seat switch do? i just found pictures of pilots getting ejected


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