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post #1 of 49 (permalink) Old 02-17-2018, 11:13 PM Thread Starter
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WTB injectors and turbo

I want to buy injectors and turbo. Truck is a DD/weekend warrior, tow rarely.

2000 QCSB 2500sport 47RE Auto

Iíve had 2ys.

Previous owner said he put money in the trans. And upgraded torque converter.

I know it has , Reman vp, 95 Fass, edge comp hot, stock injectors, hy stock turbo. S&b CAI, bank high ram intake, 4 inch straight exhaust. Will be dropping the comp and getting Quad ADR V2 with new injectors and turbo 👍

As part of the injectors and turbo upgrade Is there any other parts i will need? As in down pipe, exhaust manifold or head studs..ect ?

I was thinking these injectors and turbo.

DAP 225hp 7x0.012 VCO
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DAP 225hp 7x0.011 SAC

DAP Screaming Eagle SXE FMW 2nd Gen Fit 62/68/12 T3 Gated HX40SXE2G626812G40
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BD Killer B 1045163

What are your guys thoughts and recommendations.

Thanks for everyones knowledge, and please help me make my truck great again lol

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Personally, stay with DAP and do a package. They make good deals.

Only issue i see is the lift pump will be on the small side.
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I agree with Stormin08, I think the lift pump might be a bite of an issue. I recently switched to vco injectors and like them more than my sac's FWIW. I would also agree with doing a package from DAP. You'll need a down pipe for either turbo, I would suggest studs just for the fact that with the quadzilla you can push the timing quiet a bit and don't want to lift the head.
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Thanks for the reply stormin, and Sven. Yeah I thought my FASS 95 might be a lil small for them injectors.

Sven, what do you like about the VCO over the SAC? And what does FWIW mean?

You guys agree with the hx40 SXE 62/68/12 being a good fit for these injectors?
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Thanks for the reply stormin, and Sven. Yeah I thought my FASS 95 might be a lil small for them injectors.

Sven, what do you like about the VCO over the SAC? And what does FWIW mean?

You guys agree with the hx40 SXE 62/68/12 being a good fit for these injectors?
FWIW= for what it's worth (my opinion). The vco have less idle haze and seam to have less injector rattle, the rattle could just be because of the size change I made. The nice thing about going to the quadzilla is that you can pull fuel out of bigger injectors with tuning to fit your turbo sizing. This allows the injector to do the work compared to smaller injectors and having to run the vp super hard to get enough fuel when up on boost.
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Sven, what size injectors did you have before the new injectors?
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Sven, what size injectors did you have before the new injectors?
I had 7x.0095 sac and an edge juice

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You will need more air if you run 7x.012s
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I'm running the 7 x .012's ( the op listed) on a he351ve and I am very happy and without any egt issues. provided you are not running the snot out of it with duration and wiretap I wouldn't see any issue.


At this point I would much rather have too much injector rather than too little.

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SACorVCO

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I would not use a Holset HX40 turbo due to reported shaft breakage. The Borg Warner turbo will serve you well although I'm not familiar with the SXE 62-68-12...I think it's a Borg Warner. Since you're running an auto. trans., I'd want the turbo to spool up real quick to avoid smoking up slow speed areas.

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SACorVCO

Just for some light reading...
My 7x.013 SAC(s) don't make as much power as the 8x.010 VCO(s) on the Test Hill....still working on different boost pressures.

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