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post #11 of 61 (permalink) Old 02-16-2007, 05:50 AM
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Turbo on stock injectors will work fine... about a 30-50hp gain with a hot tune. I ran the GTP38r with stock sticks for a while and the turbonetics, both were great!

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Basically my mods when finished will keep me under 400 hp. Going to do a dual HPOP and tranny last, but still keep the stock injectors. Most setups with the hpos and stock sticks and all the supporting mods nets around 340-360 hp at the rear wheels. That should be enough power for me to play with, but keep the engine happy without breaking one of the PMR's.

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what years did they put pmr's in?? i got an 01 build date is dec. 2000

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what years did they put pmr's in?? i got an 01 build date is dec. 2000
You have PMR's. I believe the last of the forgies is build date 9/00.

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Don't let the pmr's scare yah
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: I agree, don't let the PMR's scare ya.

I've got Terminator Big Oil, 180cc Stage 1's, and Dp-Tuner tunes.
Pretty sure I'm knocking on 400's door.

Stock turbo (except 1.0 housing and WW) and stock tranny, cept valve body and Ford triple disk converter.

Ricer's are generally no problem for me. laugh
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So let's say that I go with a GTP-38r turbo, stage 1 injectors, DP-Tuner, 4" downpipe w/5" straightpipe, AEM Brute Force intake...would that be pretty close to 400? Or am I forgetting a few things? Also, how much louder is the 5" straightpipe than a 4"?
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more like 350 If you had Big oil in there then yes closer to 400.Scrap the stage 1's and go 2's single shots then you'll hit 400.

I don't like the flutter of a straight pipe exhaust system.
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If I were to go with stage 2 singles, would I need to do somethin to the fuel system or get an aftermarket one?
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no not really needed.Might be something you would want to do in the future though.CSIPSD has a set of what i would consider stage 2's and he doesn't have one.He has a fuel psi gauge also might want to ask him how much he drops.
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