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Ive pretty recently gotten into modding my 06 ctd and im just curious where to go from the few mods ive got so far. first off ive installed a banks six gun pda, a turbo back exhaust from mbrp and a afe stage ii cold air intake and a gorends transmission on the way. in the future id like to stack with the banks, add some bigger injectors and possibly a turbo..maybe twin turbo upgrade. my question is there anything im overlooking and as far as order of installation...ie if getting the injectors is a waste because not enough air from turbo or stacking wont do anything because not enough fuel from stock injectors etc..
 

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What hp do you want to be? you will need a lift pump (eliminator, airdog, or fass), your stocker will not keep up, do that before injectors or turbo, Banks is a hard one to stack cause they do a little of everything.
 

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:welcome:

Look into the post intercooler air horn, and grid heater delete. The air horn is going to be the next toy for the truck that I get.
 

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if you go bigger injectors, and twins you a deffinately going to raise pressure, i would suggest you start with simple things as stated above, and make sure like he said get a new fuel feed, airdog, fass, etc. you will also need to replace your headgasket, and stud the engine, the stock rods wont hold all the pressure, and will blow. and thats no fun. also make sure you deffinately have gauges, they are of the upmost importance on a truck. fuel pressure, exhaust temp, trans temp, rail pressure, and boost are the main ones, depending on your goals, you are probably going to have to upgrade your injection pump also, to keep up with your injectors, and fuel supply, cause you can kill one in a hurry. i think in my opinion the arson cp3 is a great addition. you can try dual feed on your cp3, but you have no return line then. bbram has the dual feed on his 03 and so far so good, he would be the man to ask on that one. and also like stated before, it will be hard to stack the banks, go with something like the smarty sr. you can adjust it to where it adds fuel only, no timing so you can stack with a timing box, and make some great numbers. alot have stacked it with edge boxes, and made powerful numbers. did i leave anything off fellas? :popcorn:
 

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and installation should go like this.

1. gauges/air supply/exhaust
2. fuel supply
3. transmission
4. programmer/pressure box/e.t.c
5. studs/headgasket
6. turbo/twins
7. larger injectors
8. injection pump upgrade (if needed)
9. stacked chips
10. blow smoke... :lol3:
 

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Thanks for all your suggestions so far i appreciate the help. I think im taking the advice of ditching the banks..especially after reading all the praise of the smartys my question is which one do i want sr, jr, revo, tnt etc.
 

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Thanks for all your suggestions so far i appreciate the help. I think im taking the advice of ditching the banks..especially after reading all the praise of the smartys my question is which one do i want sr, jr, revo, tnt etc.
If you want big hp go with the sr, the jr only goes to 100hp (I think) the REVO, TNT, etc... are tunes you download from the mads website.
 
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