MTW STAGE 3 TURBO LASTEST:::
I wasn't sure if I wanted to report on what happen yesterday but it was just another result for a MTW stage 3 turbo. I glad it was a good result, so let me give a little background before results. I have a guy named James buy a stage 3 turbo, a while back for Canada, at the time he had a 175/75 injectors. He told me he loves to do dyno events, but the other diesel trucks Cummins where always beating up on him and he was the only 6.0 and got harassed for having a 6.0. He ask me if the MTW turbo could give him respect, I told him that the stage 3 would fit the bill and if he went bigger injectors he would have no problems shocking the cummins crowd.
So now what went down, I sold him a stage 3, and he ran it with the 175/75, then contacted a truck builder in Canada to build the rest of the combo needed to make truck nasty. The builder is well known for his race trucks Canadian red neck, so he went with 205 injectors, ported intake, steed exhaust, and built transmission.
They took the truck to a dyno to see what it would do, it was a unloaded dyno so the numbers are not good numbers, diesel trucks need loaded dynos(especially 6.0's). So the number 585rwhp, they hit it with some nitrous, and hit 863rwhp. Without nitrous the boost would only go to 20lbs of boost, and will the gas would hit 32psi, fat off of 40-45 that the turbo can normally hit, that's why it needs to have a loaded dyno, since the ecm won't let truck build big power without a load.
Next time James will find a loaded dyno, but here's the best thing, he drove back from the dyno with 8000lbs in tow for 300 miles. Maintaining about 700-800egts, and hit a steep hill, and with cruise set on 70mph egts hit 1250 grade was at least 1/2 mile long. Remember that's with 205 injectors, and excellent street manners.