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Old 09-19-2009, 12:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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heavy towing what size turbo and what injectors

i tow a2 car trailer every day... around 14000 lbs and under what do you guys think... my trucks a 2 wd auto have a suncoast with billet input and flexplate.. and a smarty was thinking a 62/71/14 and a set of 90 or 100 hp injectors.. or a 64/71/14 but what injectors????

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Old 09-19-2009, 05:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Twins

With as much weight as you are pulling, just bite the bullet and put on twins with an exhaust brake. You wont be sorry you did . Then you can put a lot more fuel more playing and still keep egts under control.
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was going to do a single then upgrade latter but i might just do a stocker/ s400 twin setup now and upgrade the stocker later
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My plans are the stock/s400 then upgrade the stocker to a 62 later
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yea thats the plan now i guess but what injectors should i use with the twins like a 100 hp and the smarty
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90-100's would be perfect
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yea thats what i was thinkin a couple of my injectors just went out i got 84000 on the truck so im going to upgrage now cuz i got to take em out anyway
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you think i can get away with some 90 or 100 on the stocker alone for a few weeks if i turn off the smarty all the way ????
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I would say 50hp nozzles with a stocker/S400 setup.. You can get over 600hp on 50hp nozzles, so that should be plenty, and when empty the 50's will offer an improvement in economy.

If I ever decide to build a 400-450 hp tow truck it will be configed like this..

Stock airbox w/ PSM cool air duct and Airraid torque tube
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PDR or Hamilton Stage 1 Cam
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Stocker/S400 WG set to 40
Exhaust Brake
Smarty Jr

That should make for a very reliable and cool 400-450hp, and will spool very fast thanks to the Cam and stocker on top.

If you want more power than that it would be easily done with programing and a little more boost.
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if you throw some 100s in there with those twins and a smarty you'll be really happy. i'd say you'd be over 650 hp.
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really would like to do a 62/71/13ss over s 480 and some 150hp injectors, head studs, cam, mp8, smarty, and either big single cp3 or duel cp3s??? what do you guys think and still pull a 14000 lb trailer ???
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