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Old 07-18-2009, 11:56 AM
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New 500 RWHP Twin Turbo System

Jefferson State Diesel's 500 RWHP Twin Turbo System Designed by the 1000 RWHP 2008 Diesel Power Champion!



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Looks good. Chris Werner designed it? Just curious as to the size of the chargers used, and how the heck do you add oil? Looks like you'd have to remove the secondary...
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looks good, but I'd hate to work on it!
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Thats neat. Sure has alot of pipes under the hood!
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I think you need a bigger intake! Great work!
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Looks good. Chris Werner designed it? Just curious as to the size of the chargers used, and how the heck do you add oil? Looks like you'd have to remove the secondary...
Ya Chris designed it. He built it in about 2 weeks last year before the Redding Event. He does some sweet work. I think they started with a 65, and where talking about stepping up to a 68 or 70, but I don't remember if they did it yet or not when I snapped the pic. I have a hard enough time keeping track of whats on what on my rigs. He's not running the BD Turbo or Hypermax Injectors but with the success I've had with them, we know now that it would make everything work perfectly.

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Ya Chris designed it. He built it in about 2 weeks last year before the Redding Event. He does some sweet work. I think they started with a 65, and where talking about stepping up to a 68 or 70, but I don't remember if they did it yet or not when I snapped the pic. I have a hard enough time keeping track of whats on what on my rigs. He's not running the BD Turbo or Hypermax Injectors but with the success I've had with them, we know now that it would make everything work perfectly.
I would think that a 68-70mm feeding a 58 should work pretty good for a tow set up. 65 for the atmosphere seems pretty small. You call this a "500" rwhp setup, maybe it is with a 65 for the big one. With a set of 190cc injector and a little bigger atmosphere charger I would bet on 550'ish. Also I see in the pics that an oil housing and fuel bowl delete would be required with it too (I think most guys with compounds on a 6.0 have this done).

I'm kind of curious who would spend the money on compounds for "500" rwhp when you can achieve that with a modded VGT and still maintain street manners and be able to tow (detuned of course)...
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I would think that a 68-70mm feeding a 58 should work pretty good for a tow set up. 65 for the atmosphere seems pretty small. You call this a "500" rwhp setup, maybe it is with a 65 for the big one. With a set of 190cc injector and a little bigger atmosphere charger I would bet on 550'ish. Also I see in the pics that an oil housing and fuel bowl delete would be required with it too (I think most guys with compounds on a 6.0 have this done).

I'm kind of curious who would spend the money on compounds for "500" rwhp when you can achieve that with a modded VGT and still maintain street manners and be able to tow (detuned of course)...

Someone who doesn't know any better or has more money than common.. well, you know. Compounds SHOULD make low 600's or so on a street or tow setup.
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I bet that HP claim changes here real quick.
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