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Old 05-26-2013, 07:13 PM
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66 non vgt with 190s?

found a 66/68/.83 t4 divided, just wondering if anyone has run this setup?
any towing possible?

ported intake manifold
fuel system
190/75
intake

and the normal other 6.0 stuff
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Sounds like a good setup.
Just get some good custom tunes and an egt guage for towing.
You will need to downshift for hills to keep egt's low.
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10k or less is where I would be comfortable towing with that. The intake will help a good bit. Getting the heads worked would greatly help as well, but that's very expensive to have done.

General driving, it would work great and be fun.
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Thanks guys, what have guys been seeing for hp # with similar setups?


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I think 550-575 would be pretty realistic.
Don't know if you are spraying it or not, but with a .83 a/r you will need to install a wastegate if you do.
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I think 550-575 would be pretty realistic.
Don't know if you are spraying it or not, but with a .83 a/r you will need to install a wastegate if you do.
dont plan on nos, maybe w/m to cool things down
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dont plan on nos, maybe w/m to cool things down
I had a truck once in the same shape, as far as big turbo for towing.
I would empty a 1.5 reservoir of w/m after 2 mountains, but it kept it cool.

I also think that was what bent the rod in the engine fwiw
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What size injectors and turbo specs did you have?! Might get it live tuned if I can max I tow is 10k and not through huge mountains


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What size injectors and turbo specs did you have?! Might get it live tuned if I can max I tow is 10k and not through huge mountains


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That was a 4094 vgt turbo and 45% over injectors, lbz cp3 on a lly duramax.

You will be fine with the turbo light towing. It will perform great
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I think 550-575 would be pretty realistic.
Don't know if you are spraying it or not, but with a .83 a/r you will need to install a wastegate if you do.
comparing any charger this size on a 6.0 to a duramax is straight foolery


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