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Old 06-11-2012, 08:52 AM
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NEW MAD TURBO UNDER DEVELOPMENT::

Sorry, members but I have been thinking again and have developed a new turbo, it's sort of a stage 2. It measures 64.7mm/88mm but has a .58 a/r housing, it should perform well. This one is for testing and is not 100%, I need to find a way to get compressor wheel a better fit. I just hope it stays together, I was going to work on it more and make sure it was perfect, but since the dyno is coming and I needed it to get done for it the compressor wheel should atleast last that, untill I get one made the right way. You see the compressor wheel didn't quite fit the shaft and I had to pin it. Not the way I do things, but I'm under the gun to get this done for the dyno. If it works out I will have a new turbo, of course it will be do right for production. I might drop the stage 2 for this one it is easier to get built and it can be made from a stock powerstroke turbo. It will also lower cost of the stage 2. It won't flow as much air as the current stage 2 but will be close. This turbo would also work for 2.6 class since it measures at 2.55. If this one doesn't work I will be building another one that will have the compressor wheel fitted on alot better. I took some pictures of it next to stock, and a stage 1 so members could see the differance. I still have many more ideas to go, but I figure I would let everyone in on this one. Once I get caught up I have an exhaust I need to get started on, and I still have the manifold to due. This winter the my truck will be going down and I will be building a MAD TURBO WERKS TRUCK, I'm shooting for mid 700rwhp on fuel only and one vgt turbo. Thanks for everones support and I'll keep the mods coming, MADPOWERSTROKE

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This picture shows stock opening, notice the belvell and no belvell on stage 2
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This picture shows new stage 2 opening
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Old 06-11-2012, 09:15 AM
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by running a .58 ar isn't it gonna have tons of BP? The factory housing is a .90ar isn't it? Just seems like a big step backwards from your current stage II.
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.58ar is on the Compressor housing Chris. It still has the .90ar turbine housing. All of MTW turbos are .90ar turbine housings.

I would call it a Stage 1.5. I personally believe it will be only nominally better than the Stage 1 but hey better is better and more is more. JMO.
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I'd be willing to fork out the extra cash for the stage 2 now over this one. JMO as well. But I'm gonna see how my Mad pmax does first
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Old 06-11-2012, 10:10 AM
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I'd be willing to fork out the extra cash for the stage 2 now over this one. JMO as well. But I'm gonna see how my Mad pmax does first
splain please
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Old 06-11-2012, 10:38 AM
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Well like nate said, its kinda a stage1.5 in a sense and even though it would be cheaper, I'd like to have the current stage one with the .72 ar that will flow more. But well have to wait and see some real world results.
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i meant your comment on the "Mad Pmax"
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Old 06-11-2012, 10:45 AM
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I think he meant that he was going to have MADpowerstroke convert his Pmax into a Stage 2. BTW it's the Stage 2 that has the .72ar compressor housing and not the Stage 1. The Stage 1 has a .58ar compressor housing.
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Old 06-11-2012, 11:00 AM
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and iirc theres no benefit to doing that over using a stock turbo to a stage 2
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I'll be interested in how this works out since on the compressor side it seems pretty close to the Pmax .59ar 63.5 x88 wheel.
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