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2001 Cummins 24 valve upgrades on normal mans budget
I have a 2001 Cummins with a 5 speed with around 130,000 miles...everything is stock other than a high flow exhaust system and a diablo sport puck..what can I do to upgrade my truck and get maxium power and mileage both combined on a normal mans budget though....plz leave only positive feedback
2001 Cummins with Diablo sport puck and high flow exhaust
Get a Fuel pressure gauge as soon as you can, most importand to the long life of your VP$$ (injection pump). You need to be running between 15 to 20 psi at idle and no less than 10 psi at WOT (Wide Open throttle).
01 2500 5.9 QCLB 4X4 5 Spd, Valair DD Organic, Power Puck, 268K miles ISSPRO Gauges FP, Pyro,& Boost. "A" Pillar, FASS DDRP-02, BIG Line Kit, 18 PSI, 3.55's, Kool Vue Tow mirrors, Bilstien 5100's, Pacbrake, Puke bottle deleted.
Definitely need a fuel system first!! check out airdog or fass. Will help you out in the long run and will let u throw more power to er without an issue. Then Get u some injectors, 100-150 with stock turbo. Injectors will go a long way with your set up... Need to get gauges before the injectors though, keep an eye on egt, fuel psi, boost. Those are the main ones:.... Most of all have fun with it and make it your own!!
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