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I have a 2001 Cummins i am just getting it back from a custom paint job now i can start working on performance parts i want to be running around 500 hp but i need a way to have my pump be reliable but also pump plenty of fuel to get lots of power guys let me know how you did it and the best possible way i can do it if you ran into problems let me know what to avoid i have been considering p pump but not completely convinced dont know costs and all the ins and outs thanks for the help I also need to add i am buying a Hybrid HX 40 Stage 2 turbo from a friend and i have bhaf and 4in exhaust
Last edited by Project Cummins; 09-05-2010 at 01:44 AM.
Lift pump needs to be first priority otherwise you'll end up killing your VP. A FASS, Airdog, or a Raptor will cover that issue. After that i would say get a good programmer (Edge Comp, Quad Adren, Smarty) and then a good set of injectors. Thats just the basics it seems for these trucks and it seems to wake them up alot. Just make sure if your shooting for 500hp your transmission can handle it
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fass,raptor, air dog a 62/71/12 or a 62/65/14 150s programer/chip intake exhaust and a clutch or a stout trans will get u there for sure
if u want a real nice realiable 500 i would do edge juice/quad adrenline/ tst comp, ts mvp stack for a chip, tunnelram plate, intercooler(yes i know expensive but they do help) intake horn, cold air, sdx/ddps/f1 injectors at least 150hp, 5in exhaust, 62/65/14 or 62/71/15 single or a hx35 or hx40 over a ht3b for twins, a fass/airdog/ratpor lift pump with draw straw, exhaust manifold, head studs, 110# springs,(i would prefer hamitlon) , pushrods, maybe some watermeth, and a cam if u would like faster spoolup. and last but not least a fluidamper, that is my goal for my truck but i want to push 600 so i would do bigger twins and injectors but what i just listed should defintley get you 500+ hp pretty easily and still drive fine on the streets. oh ya dont forget to get a nice double disk clutch or a built auto.
hope this helped. let us know how it turns out!!
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Hey guys thanks for the help this doesnt sound too hard im hoping to start getting things done really soon what transmission would you guys go with im running an auto i know its just been rebuilt but im sure it still wont hold up should i start with getting a torque converter or just get the transmission out now
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