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A lot of turbo talk going on, specifically with 150s. ASsuming you have the supporting mods, i.e. lift pump, all gauges, stout transmission etc, then a 62mm of your choice would work well with 150s. You can do without the larger turbo, but I wouldnt tow anything with it, and I would keep a light foot most of the time
If you tow a lot get a standard output vp44 and a fueling box that taps the vp44. JMO From what I've read, the high performance vp44's won't last as long as a standard pump and the so pump is good for 500hp or better.
2002 6-speed, 5 inch straight pipe, Icebox, Edge Drag Comp, +100 hp injectors from Diesel Auto Power, Isspro pyrometer, mechanical boost guage & electric fuel pressure gauge. FASS 95, Valair kevlar/ceramic clutch...
if your running just the injectors without a fueling box you will be alright! i ran 150's on a stock truck and my pyro would NEVER get about 900 degrees. with the tst on there its a different story though!
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