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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-25-2006, 10:25 PM Thread Starter
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Fueling box?

I was wondering about just fuel boxes without timing. I know that my drag comp uses timing as well as fueling to make power, but it just doesn't smoke that much. I just want some more smoke. Looking at injectors anyways, but want a box too.

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definitely go the route of injectors. Even if you throw on another box, you won't notice a whole lot more without injectors, not too mention that is a lot of stress to put on the VP. Like others have said on this site, with stock injectors its like trying to get a watermelon through a straw. They are just too restrictive. With your set up, a set of RV injectors or nozzles will go a long ways for you. many people prefer nozzles because they cost less and you can get ones that are a lot bigger. You can get a 125hp nozzle for under $300 dollars and on your truck that will make a huge difference. I wouldn't recommend that for towing, but it's do-able. I'd look into a set of stage 3 or 4 jammer nozzles if I were you.

other than that, smarty, will stack, Blue chips FMS or Redline will stack. there are probably others out there they just aren't jumping to mind right now.
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definitely go the route of injectors. Even if you throw on another box, you won't notice a whole lot more without injectors, not too mention that is a lot of stress to put on the VP. Like others have said on this site, with stock injectors its like trying to get a watermelon through a straw. They are just too restrictive. With your set up, a set of RV injectors or nozzles will go a long ways for you. many people prefer nozzles because they cost less and you can get ones that are a lot bigger. You can get a 125hp nozzle for under $300 dollars and on your truck that will make a huge difference. I wouldn't recommend that for towing, but it's do-able. I'd look into a set of stage 3 or 4 jammer nozzles if I were you.

other than that, smarty, will stack, Blue chips FMS or Redline will stack. there are probably others out there they just aren't jumping to mind right now.
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TST pm3 is a all fueling box :Thumbup:

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125hp inectors will make it smoke( a lot of smoke)and you don't have to have box on the truck.

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