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Looking For New Turbo?!

I have a 6.0L and my fans in the turbo are broke or bent over!!.. I called Scheid Diesel, they said no ones makes a aftermarket one for the 6.0L. Just looking for comments or sugg. on what i should do?? I would hate to put in a stock one again..
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what do you mean there "broke or bent over" ? are you sure thier not supposed to be that way? i've never messed with a 6.0 so i could'nt tell ya one way or the other. but i think schied is right about no one building the 6.0 turbo's yet. i havent seen em. there's a guy that just joined yesterday from BD and they handle turbo's, trannie's etc. might drop him a pm if he don't see this. names harald@bd.

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Some of the fans are missing or bent over flat!!
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sounds like you have a bearing issue and the impellar has hit the case. that impeller should be replaceable .As for an aftermarket turbo ,none avaiable yet to the best of my knowledge. How many miles on your ride.It may still be covered under the engine or emissions warranty from Ford.
BD is doing some R&D on that unit but we are a ways away yet. Sorry

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hey harald, how could those viens in the turbo brake or bend with out a huge power loss? i assume there is no power loss since he didn't mention it. if they broke wouldn't they end up in the engine or I/C?

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I'm assuming he has lost some or maybe all boost that's why he even looked at it.Even during a maintanance check you might catch this type of issue.Ususally with this type of impellar injury,it happens over time slowly chipping away at the wheel these small pieses will actually just go through the engine and out the exhaust creating no more damage.When it's a complete blow up u could have larger pieces going into the cylinder and damaging both piston and valve train.
I have actually blown turbo's on just about every make and model during R&D.and been lucky enough to not have a major disaster,but I have also seen it take out entire engines.

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good to know.

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I'm assuming he has lost some or maybe all boost that's why he even looked at it.Even during a maintanance check you might catch this type of issue.Ususally with this type of impellar injury,it happens over time slowly chipping away at the wheel these small pieses will actually just go through the engine and out the exhaust creating no more damage.When it's a complete blow up u could have larger pieces going into the cylinder and damaging both piston and valve train.
I have actually blown turbo's on just about every make and model during R&D.and been lucky enough to not have a major disaster,but I have also seen it take out entire engines.

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Is he talking about the which vaines is he talking about???

the vaines on the exhaust side looked folded over from the factory, the impellar side are strait, and the "vairable vains" inside if he split it are shaped like a wing tip, slight to no curve on the inside and a tapered curve on the outside.........
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I have lost over half of my boost, and it is on the side the air intake is on. And they are BROKE OFF not lade over. I think i have maybe two fins left and they are only half there... i Think to much boost is doing it.. That is what my old man said.
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