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Old 11-25-2011, 07:02 AM
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Warren 175s with stock turbo with batmowheel

How do you guys think my truck would do with warren 175cc with stock nozzles and a batmowheel. Do you think it would clean them up.im looking for more power not that I need it. This truck it a toy that me and the wife drive on the weekends sometimes take it racing and I also hook with it. I just don't want a super smoky truck that runs super high egts
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i think that would be a great set up! the smokey ness can be cleaned up with tuning. it shouldnt be more than a haze at WOT. if you need prices on warren injectors send me a pm i can get you some prices!
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Well I like the sound of that
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I had 175/100's with a pmax turbo. It ran great and could tow. It still had a decent amount of smoke to it, especially after 3300 rpms where the vgt starts running out of air. But, with tuning and a little decency on the pedal, it could work for you.
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I am running a Pmax with a Batmowheel and Casserly 175/75's with tunes from Eric, Matt, Vivian, and Chris and if I roll into it I have to be real careful not to blind the folks behind me. If I am really judicious with my right foot and drive by watching the exhaust I can keep it to a haze but if I get at all aggressive it smokes pretty hard. If I go WOT it looks like a puller hooked to a sled.

I wouldn't consider anything more than 155's but really just changing the nozzles on your stock injectors should be plenty for a stock turbo with a Batmowheel.

Oh, did I mention 175's with the stock turbo/Bwheel is going to be HOT.
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I had read somewhere where they tested 190s with a stock turbo with a batmowheel and they had a drop in egts. I guess I'll have room to grow when the time comes. And hopefully with tuning I'll keep the egts down enough to drive it on the weekends.
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I had read somewhere where they tested 190s with a stock turbo with a batmowheel and they had a drop in egts. I guess I'll have room to grow when the time comes. And hopefully with tuning I'll keep the egts down enough to drive it on the weekends.
Yes that was maryland diesel. the truck was stock with 190's, studs, exhaust and batmo wheel on a stock turbo. the truck gained about 14hp and 111 ft pounds of torque. I thought it was kinda cool that it moved peak torque from 2,200 rpm to 1,800 rpm which would be good for everyday driving especially with your big tires assuming you have 3.73 gears.
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Old 11-27-2011, 01:16 AM
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Man your good my truck does have 3.73
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You can have 190's with the stock turbo but you are not going to be able to get the full potential of the injectors. 175's will have a similar story since you are using the stock turbo+wheel and stock injectors.

You will be happier with 155cc on stock nozzles with the stock turbo+wheel.
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Old 11-27-2011, 07:24 AM
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Hmmm I see. Well I guess I'm going to be turbo shopping. What's all out there that would be a bolt trubo other than the power max. I remember seeing one it was tec something any good ? Or how about a s300 ?
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