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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-06-2007, 11:38 PM Thread Starter
 
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Hi i am new in here and really interested in the diesel world. I have a few questions on what i should do next. i am trying to build a nice truck with a lot of hp and reliable. I have edge comp, AFE 2 stage, and Bd lift pump i have already replace my VP 44 and was thinking of maybe upgarding to the Hot Rod version than injectors then turbo but i am open to suggestions thanks
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That sounds good, but before you do anything else you should upgrade your clutch to handle the extra power. I recommend Southbend Clutch. Then you can keep on adding power.

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yea thanks forgot about that ...lol
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sounds like you know what you are on the right track
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Which hotrod vp44? I've heard big problems with industrial injection's pumps.
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not sure have not looked real into yet
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schied makes a good one so does industrial injection...

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I would skip the HRVP and put that money towards some injectors. You will see more hp gains and you can save a little money in the process.

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