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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-04-2010, 08:09 PM Thread Starter
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ok guys it is about time for me get some new injectors mine have 285000 on them and i have been seeing my mpg drop and egt's go up.
the truck is a daily driver and i tow anything from a lawn mower trailer to a
5th wheel.
i would be upgrading the turbo , hpop and injectors, as they are all original
what would work the best for me? and try to stay in the 4000.00 range
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-04-2010, 09:02 PM Thread Starter
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Re: parts list help

cant figure out how to edit a post. so disregard the $4000 price range
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Forged or PMR rods?
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Forged or PMR rods?
I have not looked but it is a early build 01
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Re: parts list help

for pmrs stage 1's, gt38r, adrenaline hpop,
then for towing I'D add a:
helwig rear anti sway bar , rear airbags,
powerslot brakes and hawk lts pads , 08 rear diff cover and sythetic fluid

if it is a forged rod truck stg2 or hybirds

Early 99 f350 4x4 crew cab, auto. pmt2 pcm
2001 cup holder ,T500, MAX AC ASSIST AC mod, Diy Twin tymar, TS chip, Powerslots & Hawk pads, ford AIC, ..... with big fat want to list.
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I have not looked but it is a early build 01

That would be the very first thing I woudl do as that does make a dif mainly in the tuning.


But in general understanding there will be different tuning if you have a PMR that will produce less total power.

238cc/80% hybrid
GT38R Garrett Turbo
ARP Head Studs
Comp Cams 910-16 with .030 shims Valve Springs
DI /Swamps Push Rods
ITP 5/8" Tank Pick up Kit
DIY Fuel system
Custom Chip
Tran, Pyro, Boost Gauge set
Adrenaline or Stealth Stage I HPOP

That is over your original $4K budget by a good bit but you stated that no longer to be a limitation so.... If you need to you could for go the head studs and push rods. Next would be to look for used products.


If you have PMRs and want to not invest to much money you can save tons if you can be happy with power in mid to high 300sHP

160cc/30% injectors
38R Turbo
Valve Springs
Regulated Return
Tank pickup and fill tube mods
Custom Chip
Tran, Pyro, Boost Gauge set

That can have you very close to 400hp
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Re: parts list help

Go with hybrids and an adrenaline and a 38R or H2E and be done with it. Have them detuned until you get a good fuel system and a set of forged rods

2003 F-250 4x4 7.3 liter PSD EXT. cab SB. Wilson 2000 antenna, Uniden PC78 peaked and tuned with a connex 250 Linear Amp.
MODS: BTS Tranny, DIY Tymar, Hypermax 3.5 DP to 5" back, TW tunes, DI's GT38R BB turbo, autometer boost, pyro, trans, water temp a Scangauge and Firestone rear air bags.
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