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Which Turbo??

Hey guys I have just recently put in 175/30 injectors and I am looking into turbos and what will be best to clean up these things. I'm currently rolling coal with the stock 03 turbo. I'm looking for a great power increase and also looking to get rid of that black smoke. Money is not an issue. Recommendations?


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Mtw hybrid or stage 3 if money isn't an issue.

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What's the difference from the hybrid and the stage 3 if u don't mind educating me.


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The hybrid uses the stock turbine side with some tweaks from Adrian and measures 64.7x88. It also has a billet wheel and should clean those injectors up well. The stage 3 has a gt40 turbine wheel to allow for more flow and helps prevent over spin. The compressor wheel is 68x94 at the moment but he has another wheel coming out for it that should out flow the current stage 4. The stage 3 would totally clean them with no problem and gives you room to grow in the future

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A stage 2 a stage 3 is a little big for 175/30 imo

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That mtw stage 3 sounds like a winner
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Main difference between the to is price, and how much you truely want to spend? why because the stage 3 with 175/30 will fry the clutches on the transmission. Stage 3 with maxed out 175/30 will hit about 580rwhp, hybrid with 175/30 will be at about 530-550rwhp. Still will fry the clutches but just not as fast as the stage 3 will.

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^ THIS. LOL LISTEN TO HIM. His stage 1 did the same thing to my transmission with 175/75's LOL.

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reading this here Bryan makes me think I need to save for a tranny... ahhhhh I guess studs this summer annnnd Tranny next summer

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I say that though I should be fine.. My truck is a baby compared to your truck(Tuscany) and Adrians truck

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