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Old 10-23-2013, 02:33 PM
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Attempting to build a true triple turbo 6.0 PSD

Ok so simple part of this is that I'm attempting to build a true triple turbo setup for my 2004 f-250 PSD. What I'm looking for with this post is input about what is planned and what would possibly be a better alternative. I am not looking for insane power numbers but really just to build a prototype system that I may be able to start offering to the public.

With out dragging this on too long here is the list of modifications that I am wanting to install:
2) s256 Borg Warner .90 A/R turbos for the high pressure side
1) s475 Borg Warner 1.32 A/R turbo as the atmospheric
255cc Hybrid RCD injectors
Oil cooler relocation and remote mount dual oil filters
Steed Speed Exhaust Manifolds
MKM Customs Regulated Fuel Return Kit
Air Dog 165 Fuel Pump
2) 40mm Wastegates
AFE Intercooler

I am wanting to relocate both batteries to the bed as well as relocate the ECM, and FICM to inside the cab.

What I am wanting to do is mount both high pressure turbos 1 per side making a true twin setup. Mounting both turbos where the batteries used to be. For the atmospheric turbo I am wanting to delete the factory oil cooler, and oil filter/fuel filter housing and install a remote cooler as well as remote filters. I am wanting to mount the turbo dead center of the lifter valley with piping feeding the twins and exhaust routed close to the factory location.

I was thinking about just joining the hot sides of both high pressure turbos at the hot side of the intercooler.

What is everyone's option of this setup as far as fundamentals are concerned would turbo sizing be about right for injectors chosen, am I missing anything that can spoken of. I know this in not practical and I'm not trying to make it that way its just for bragging rights.
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Think you have or wrong, run a s300 like a 62-66 as the high pressure and two s256's as the low pressure turbos.


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Think you have or wrong, run a s300 like a 62-66 as the high pressure and two s256's as the low pressure turbos.


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I'm wanting to run it like a compound set-up except for instead of one smaller high pressure turbo I want two being fed by a larger turbo at atmosphere pressure hence the low pressure. The reasoning for it is I'm wanting to go small enough with the twins to have fast spool up and lots of air from the big one to clean it up and lower egts.
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The truck in my signature. But wanting to build it as a cheap DIY kit. As it sits not I'm only looking at 12000 and that's included the complete fuel system.
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Old 10-23-2013, 07:34 PM
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I meant in as in subscribed. Lol.
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I meant in as in subscribed. Lol.
Ya what ^^ said. This would be awesome, I have faith in it.
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Old 10-23-2013, 07:45 PM
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If you run it the way your describing I think your gonna have a hard time feeding the lp exhaust
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sounds like a headache to me, but i intrested to see if you can put it togetr. the only triples i know of are like like 2 64's feeding a 66. hope it works out for you
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Innovative diesel's truck has been running triples for a couple years
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