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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-08-2007, 01:15 AM Thread Starter
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Still sort of new to pump but I was just wondering. When sliding the AFC housing do you just move the actuall housing the 1/8 it will move foward? What is a anaroid and were is it and how do you adjust it? I have already ground plate to a 0 and moved it foward and adjusted the starwheel, just wondering if there is anything else I can do in the drive way before I take it to some one for more power? Thanks.

1997 Dodge 2500 4x4 auto, 4 inch exhaust, airaide intake, 0 plate, boost elbow, 4k gsk, trans, boost, and pyro gauges, built trans with billet converter, 16 cm exhaust housing.
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Nope that's it don't know what a anaroid is?? But your next step is turbo (s) and injectors you should enjoy what you got now! Also upgrade your transmission! Have fun!! Oh did you put a boost fooler in?
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I do have a boost fooler. Im running about 35 psi. If I get a new turbo what will I likely see on the EGT drop. Thats what I have to battle when towing a trailer up a big hill. When I installed the fooler it helped a ton as far as keeping egt's lower but I am running a zero plate and I had to slide it about half way back because I was getting to hot. Will a turbo help cure this so i can do injectors and Dv's. Thanks

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The stock turbo is maxed out at about 32-35psi You can put on a 16cm housing for a cheap fix only 150. at citydiesel.net the injectors would give you more fuel as would dv's! BUT if your gonna use your truck for work like pulling a trailer more is NOT better! Your stock dv's 181 will fuel over 600hp so alot of things are available but do you need them??? I hope you upgraded your trans with just the mods you have now your pushing 300hp easy! So get more usable air first see when you actually run out of fuel, then go for injectors. If you don't have a GSK yet do it the most impressive mod you can do! 4k seems to work the best just don't go over 3500 without HD springs or you could float the valves and kill the engine in a bad way!
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Thanks for the info. If I do a 16 cm housing does it make a diffrence worth doing it and is it hard to do? GSK is about 2 weeks away. Im very excited. Heard its like driving a totally diffrent truck. Thanks again.

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It's worth doing if your short on funds! If not buy a turbo! Only 1500. You will love the
4k gsk!!!
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Thanks for the info.

1997 Dodge 2500 4x4 auto, 4 inch exhaust, airaide intake, 0 plate, boost elbow, 4k gsk, trans, boost, and pyro gauges, built trans with billet converter, 16 cm exhaust housing.
1991 Dodge W250 4x4 manual, 3200 gsk, 4 inch straight piped, advanced timing 1/8", pump turned up all the way.
1997 F-250 Power Stroke-manual trans, 4" exhaust, TS 6 position chip with PHP Tunes, DIY intake, shimmend regulator.
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the anaroid is in the housing you wont gain anything is you turned the star wheel already turning the star wheel tells the pump when you fuel and the anaroid is what regulates that. you can take it out but no need to. and you should be able to build 50 lbs of boost with a stock charger get a set of 370 injectors and some lazer cut DV and advance the timming about 3-4 degrees and it will run pretty well.
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whew you dont want to be pushing 50 pounds of boost, thats way way too much on a stock charger and a stock headgasket, after about 37 pounds on the HX35 your going to be pushing hot air and that wont help the EGTs at all, it will make them worse, as for the headgasket 50 pound will pop it pretty quick
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50 pounds is alot on a stock turbo but i have seen people do it and get away with it, but its up to you. Good luck!!!
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