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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 07-18-2007, 02:59 AM Thread Starter
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turbo and injector choice?

I have an 01 5speed and i am wanting to put diff. injectors and a turbo on it. As of now i have a superchip(getting edge drag comp soon) FASS 95, south bend clutch(550hp) ATS intake and exhaust manifold, BD 4inch turbo back exh. AFE stage II intake, and boost elbow. I am looking at the mach 4 inj. which are around 150+hp and i am looking at the industrial injection silver 62 turbo. I pull a gooseneck every now and then and usually 10,000+ and i hate having to let off the throttle up hills cause of egts. i want the most power that i can while keeping lower egts. i was thinking of getting big enough injectors that i can just run on them and turn my prog. and box off to keep egt low. I don't want to run high egt all the time like i do now.
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well good injectors will keep your egt's down if they are fine injectors. dual turbos will pull them down even further.
Other things you might have not thought about is a Exhaust Manifold from any company and a Intercooler BD POWER makes. Those would be the next things in line for running w/o a programmer/box and keep lower EGT's and still boosting power. Sounds like you already did most of your home work!

If I were you on top of what ya all have, I'd lose the Super chip and set your box for 4x1 which works awesome for me, no smoke at !
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I think the HTT 62/13 or 64/13 stainless steel turbo would work very good for you.

I run the 62/13 and tow a lot and it works very well.
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I think your on the right path wanting a 62 turbo, and as for injectors look at the Schied Lightning series, I think their 100-125 stage 1, and 150-175 stage 2...

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The Mach 4 is an excellent injector, however, in my experience they have been a little hot towing down low with a single charger. Now to add to that, the truck we had them in never had a great single charger and a HRVP44 as well. Also it was an auto, that was gear more towards racing. We did try running it with a USB, which is a 62mm s300 variant, much like the htb2 with a 62mm wheel or the II turbo you are currently looking at. There have been many improvements to the s300's since then which should help with spool up, and reduce low end heat, also the fact that you have a manual, should help in giving you a little more control.

However, we weren't towing that much weight, and a lot of times we'd have to back out of it, or manually downshift the transmission, and back out of it a little, on hills, which made towing kinda lame. Don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to steer you away from this combo, just be very careful in selecting your exhaust housing and wheel, to get the best for towing. I'm a big advocate of the turbo bouncer is running, the 62/13 with 71mm ex.wheel. That seems like it will spool well and be a very nice towing single with some good top end potential.

Also, don't stack the Edge with the Superchips when you get the edge in, either ditch the superchips, or set it back to stock and keep it only as a code reader. Combine they will be too aggressive on the timing.
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The superchips I put on a truck I could have swarn was fuel only. Is there more than one Superchips programmer?
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You might be right Phily, I was just under the impression that they did timing too. But I don't see that listed on their website. They don't really go into detail on how it does what it does.

If that is the Case, and the superchips doesn't advance timing, then yes you can stack them.
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i get a lot of fuel outta mine!!!! but they say nothing on their site, it sucks!

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yeah my empression of Superchips was it was a low end, fueling programmer. With no timing. I installed one and drove many. The on I installed I didn't drive very much. It was a bone stock truck before I added the programmer. I was kind worried about frying his I/P, so I didn't drive it that much, so I don't know, for sure, if the Superchips Programmer is best at low or high end fueling. I assume low because it just lays out smoke real easy.
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we are having good results with ddp injector and the htt 62/14-ldp
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