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Old 07-01-2013, 08:21 AM
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MadMax Turbo Status, Adrian how's it coming

Anxious to get one of these bad boys on my Truck....




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Old 07-01-2013, 11:31 AM
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Still waiting for the compressor wheels to be made, I have found a manufacture that will make them for me with me as sole buyer, so no one else can buy them but me. They will be around the 66mm size induced and should work great for 190 injectors. This turbo will be the MTW offering as a powermax, along with some other tweaks to the turbo it will be a nice addition to the MTW line up. If this turbo does well then some changes to turbo line up will follow.

Might have stage 1, then the MTW powermax(madmax), then stage 3, and stage 4. With stage 4 being a completely new turbo, a combination of stage 4 and 5, not sure since the old manufacturer is dragging the stage 5 way too long.
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I'm curious to know what all is done to it. The reason I say this is because MTW offers the MTW P-max at like $1900. Just a normal P-max goes for $1100-$1300 depending on who you buy from and then the billet wheel upgrade, another couple hundred. I'm just curious what all is going into the MTW P-max that warrants the cost.

Adrian, don't take as me being an @$$ either, I'm just more inquisitive than anything.
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Old 07-01-2013, 11:53 AM
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Shack, it's all on the website (at least it use to be). The Mad Pmax is a Pmax that is modified for the Hybrid billet compressor wheel and has a 13 bladed turbine wheel put into it.

Here ya go.
http://www.madturbowerks.com/index.p...how&Itemid=185
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So sounds like it'll actually be bigger than the current hybrid with Adrian saying the compressor being 66mm versus the hybrid being 64.7mm. Assuming turbine housings remain the same...the mad ax should flow more and make more power than the current hybrid. Wonder how this turbo would do with my 190/75's compared to my original version hybrid?
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...the mad max should flow more and make more power than the current hybrid. Wonder how this turbo would do with my 190/75's compared to my original version hybrid?
Should be even cleaner cooler and more MAD!!!

I'm in the same ball park albeit i run the 175-75's my bet is once this thing is out and results come back there will be a large # of Hybrid owners crawling back under the hood.

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Should be even cleaner cooler and more MAD!!!

I'm in the same ball park albeit i run the 175-75's my bet is once this thing is out and results come back there will be a large # of Hybrid owners crawling back under the hood.

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If I crawl back under the hood, it will be to install the turbo I wanted from the get go...lol..
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Should be even cleaner cooler and more MAD!!!

I'm in the same ball park albeit i run the 175-75's my bet is once this thing is out and results come back there will be a large # of Hybrid owners crawling back under the hood.

Denny
I already have a stage 3 coming...but I'm very anxious to hear results from someone who has a hybrid and switches to this turbo.
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I'll be switching to this turbo to run one of the first prototypes and I will be coming from the latest Hybrid. So I'll be able to see what's what.
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I will be coming from the latest Hybrid. So I'll be able to see what's what.
I'll take that old ragged hybrid off your hands and someone can have my Gen 1 Hybrid.

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