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Old 06-05-2012, 09:36 AM
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Electric turbo

Ever has anyone ever heard of used or have info I think it is called sinister
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Please tell me you are not referring to the electric fans that mount in the intake tube before the turbo.

Are you referring to the procharger??
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Yes I am it does go on intake filter K&N
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Dont waste your time theyre useless
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The motor would suck them up, not to mention your turbo

I made my Samsung SGH-I997 send this.
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I have a F350 05 that is leaking coolant with upgrated gaskets oem HP fitting 4" exhaust.
No coolant in oil or oil in coolant new bullet proof egr cooler and oil cooler. Getting 9 mpg bad towing 5th wheel toy hauler 10#+
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You have a link to this product?
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Could you give a link? I am curious to see this contraption
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I have a F350 05 that is leaking coolant with upgrated gaskets oem HP fitting 4" exhaust.
No coolant in oil or oil in coolant new bullet proof egr cooler and oil cooler. Getting 9 mpg bad towing 5th wheel toy hauler 10#+
Where are you leaking coolant from?
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I have a F350 05 that is leaking coolant with upgrated gaskets oem HP fitting 4" exhaust.
No coolant in oil or oil in coolant new bullet proof egr cooler and oil cooler. Getting 9 mpg bad towing 5th wheel toy hauler 10#+
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Where are you leaking coolant from?



Probably the EGR cooler connector.
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