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  1. Joel
    11-17-2014 09:44 PM - permalink
    Joel
    Sounds like a good deal man.
    Make sure you get Alliant o-rings so you don't have the same BS issues as I did.
    I'll just order the fittings. I've got the mod bug again and $30 is cheap.
  2. blue99stroker
    11-17-2014 08:34 PM - permalink
    blue99stroker
    i noticed a little bit better throttle response and smoother idle and starts.
    but for 30 bucks i cant complain.

    you can actually take the check valves out of the stock fittings with a tiny pair of snap ring pliers. youll be amazed at how restrictive the stock fittings really are.

    theres a guy here in town i met on the org that might let me have his injectors if he gets new ones. his only have 100k miles on them he said he would just send mine in as cores if i help him. my injectors are getting noisy lol.

    ya my truck runs good when its cold too. actually starts up like a champ too
  3. blue99stroker
    09-28-2014 07:51 PM - permalink
    blue99stroker
    haha ya I ran out of room to write stuff lol
    nothing exciting has been happening at all. I help out the newbies and don't see too many of us veterans on here anymore.

    glad to hear you got your drag race car back together and then you broke it haha that's life isn't it got some HID's for my quad, now I can ride at night.

    ya I don't know what the mods problems are sometimes. I do remember steve put in his sig rattlesnakes ***** so it must be rattlesnake that got him?

    I haven't really had to do much really. took my turbo off and rebuilt it because I felt like it and got rid of the check valves on my fuel lines. pretty noticeable improvement with those puppies outta there.
    oh and I got some of hucoreys custom hpop lines, no more quick connect fittings. and no more tiny oil leak. those lines are a pain in the ***.

    installed a bd billet wheel on my dads truck and did some other stuff.

    Im going on a deer hunting trip this Friday! pretty excited!

    how have you been bud?
  4. Joel
    08-07-2014 08:18 AM - permalink
    Joel
    I'm not so sure about the KC-66
    It's basically putting a 66mm wheel in a stock turbo, and I thing the exhaust housing would be too small for that and cause excessive back pressure and EGT

    Now I could be wrong of course, that's just my theory. I wish I could have tested it to see for myself.

    I think 400hp on 160/30's is like hoping for 330 on stock injectors.
    Some claim that 175/80's will make 500hp, but we all know that far from the norm.
  5. blue99stroker
    08-07-2014 01:50 AM - permalink
    blue99stroker
    ya i keep thinking either 160/30 or 160/80. and i wish the kc-66 turbo testers would hurry up and give us some data lol
    i think im just going to get either a 38r or kc-66 if its good and cheap.

    i keep hearing people say 400hp is attainable with a 160/30 but then i hear 160/80 is a 400hp injector

    then that makes me think i should get 200/30 hybrids
  6. blue99stroker
    08-06-2014 09:36 PM - permalink
    blue99stroker
    just saw on riffraffs site today they are selling high flow fuel fittings that get rid of the check valves. supposed to flow 3X more.
    says they are good for up to stage 2 injectors on a completely stock fuel system.
    and they are only 30 bucks haha
  7. Joel
    07-24-2014 06:59 AM - permalink
    Joel
    It sounds way better. The bigger exhaust housing somehow allows more of the V8 rumble to get through. You'll be driving around with your passenger side window down a lot
  8. blue99stroker
    07-23-2014 11:06 PM - permalink
    blue99stroker
    sweet just what i wanted to hear. if i get it ill throw my riffraff wheel on and get a 360 thrust kit too. ive heard you say the larger exhaust housing makes it sound different too, whats the noise like?

    the arm is better thanks for asking bud. just started work again this week. straight to nights and ten hour days
    but it pays for the fun haha
  9. blue99stroker
    07-23-2014 03:40 PM - permalink
    blue99stroker
    hey bud hows it going?

    got a question for you.

    how was the van turbo on a stock injector truck?
    theres one on ebay for 100 bucks and im thinking about getting it.

    thanks bud!
  10. blue99stroker
    06-09-2014 09:47 AM - permalink
    blue99stroker
    haha ya i get pretty tired of answering what intake or what chip to buy lol

    ive been going over on thedieselstop lately. there is a few knowledgeable guys over there but it seems like they are a year behind on all their info. and they are all diehard dp-tuner fans haha

    i went camping a few weeks ago and no joke there was one dodge, one duramax and like 20 7.3's! they are extremely popular around here.

    got my second cast off, now in a brace...for another month! im bored out of my mind lol

About Me

  • About Joel
    State/Province
    British Columbia
    Gender
    Male
    How did you find Powerstroke.org
    Random Searching
    Interests
    Hunting, Hotrodding, Going Fast
    Exact Location
    Abbotsford
    Occupation
    Cabinet Installer
    Ride
    2002 F350
    Engine
    7.3 DI factory turbocharged
    Cab Configuration
    Extended Cab Long Box
    Drivetrain
    Single Rear Wheel 4X4
    Tranny type
    4R100
    Tires
    All Terrain
    Modifications
    Lots
    Primary Vehicle Use
    Racing to Work
    Horsepower
    300.0
    1/8 Mile ET
    0.000
    1/8 Mile MPH
    0.00
    1/4 Mile ET
    9.999
    1/4 Mile MPH
    0.00
  • Signature
    PIS 175/80's, Van Turbo with EBPV, BD Billet Wheel
    Lots of money spent at RiffRaff
    Holley fuel pump, in tank mods, crappy riding leveling kit, DP-F6, 5 Gauges+Edge CS in dash, CB radio in Dash, over 100 goofy little mods
    Still pretty slow, just less slow now.
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by peixinho View Post
    I love finally having my truck back... that 7.3 dog that I was driving was just not cutting it.

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