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post #1 of 54 (permalink) Old 12-31-2012, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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looking for 450 rwhp dd

i have a 2000 f250 that i have had for about 8-9 mounth snow. it is the first diesel i have had. since i got it i have installed a 4'' down pipe with 5'' exhaust, PHP phenex chip, 6637 filter, Riff Raff ocr, and getting ready to install an air dog fp-150 and glow shifts 3 in 1 gauge. i have done some reading but dont know exactly witch rout to go. i was also wondering if i can delete my fuel bowl seeing that i am installing the air dog. if so how. any info would be awsome. thanks in advance.
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I ordered Swamps 200/30 injectors and their chip. With the mods in my sig I am told I should be about 425+hp. I drive mine daily. Will see how it goes in about a week. I'm waiting verrrrry impatiently for Swamps to come back from vacation on the 3rd.

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i read somewhere that 165cc/100% injectors with 38r turbo and bigger oil but don't know who or what to go with.
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I was told by Swamps. There is no need for a high pressure oil pump or fuel pump upgrade with 160/100 or 200/30 injectors. I was looking at the 160/100 and Swamps talked me into the 200/30 instead.

2000 F250 CC SB 4x4, 7.3 diesel, 4R100, 4"lift, AIS intake, 38R Turbo, Turbonetics outlet, Swamps 200/30 Hybrids, Swamps tunes, Swamps IDM, 4" MBRP, BTS valvebody, 6.0 cooler, ISSPRO fuel press, boost, egt, trans, water temp, ScanGage, Melling Lpop, FRx, Hutch mod, spin on filter/separator, Bosch pump, DIY 3/8 fuel lines, OCR, HPx, Autoenginuity.
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for 450 i would do 238/80 and a 38r. if you can send the air dog back send it back and get a regulated return. stock fuel pump will support 450
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i have a 2000 f250 that i have had for about 8-9 mounth snow. it is the first diesel i have had. since i got it i have installed a 4'' down pipe with 5'' exhaust, PHP phenex chip, 6637 filter, Riff Raff ocr, and getting ready to install an air dog fp-150 and glow shifts 3 in 1 gauge. i have done some reading but dont know exactly witch rout to go. i was also wondering if i can delete my fuel bowl seeing that i am installing the air dog. if so how. any info would be awsome. thanks in advance.
The airdog goes in between the tank and pump so you will need another filter after the pump just in case. Leave the bowl in. It will support 500+hp.

Leave your HPOP alone for now, drop in a 38r, some stage II hybrids and your there. Update tune as well.

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My sig should land you there .

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So do I keep the air dog or send it back? Everyone I talked to told me to get it but most of my friends have cummins. Also if I did hybrid injectors or any for that matter I think I should do an hpop. I have 225,000 miles on my stock one. The air dog was a x-mas gift and think I am just going to keep it.
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Signature is in "user cp". It's All the info about our trucks at the bottom of our posts.

2000 F250 CC SB 4x4, 7.3 diesel, 4R100, 4"lift, AIS intake, 38R Turbo, Turbonetics outlet, Swamps 200/30 Hybrids, Swamps tunes, Swamps IDM, 4" MBRP, BTS valvebody, 6.0 cooler, ISSPRO fuel press, boost, egt, trans, water temp, ScanGage, Melling Lpop, FRx, Hutch mod, spin on filter/separator, Bosch pump, DIY 3/8 fuel lines, OCR, HPx, Autoenginuity.
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