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Old 01-06-2009, 06:01 PM
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Turbo ? help

I am looking to put one or two turbos on my 2006 F350. 6.0 it has a banks high ram intake, banks duall monster exhgaust, banks six gun chip and tuner, airraid cold air intake. just looking for an oppion or recomendations from somebody. I plan on trying out my luck with sled pulling.

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Old 01-06-2009, 06:42 PM
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add in a little more info, what you plan on doing with the truck and what you already have done, help people give there opinions
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well there is really no point in changing your turbo for anything unless you do some other mods first. the stock turbo and injectors work fine together. If you just want to give it a try sell that banks, buy an sct and get a tune built for pulling.
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to take full advantage of a new turbo you are going to need bigger injectors, ARPs, Fuel system, custom tuned SCT and an EGR delete wouldn't hurt.

I dont see a set of gauges listed, they are a must for any tuned truck
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Old 01-06-2009, 09:07 PM
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to take full advantage of a new turbo you are going to need bigger injectors, ARPs, Fuel system, custom tuned SCT and an EGR delete wouldn't hurt.
That would be a good place to start anyway. Don't forget the RR kit and I would suggest a Fluidampner depending on how high up he is going to be shooting on up the tach for peak hp and tq with a new turbo and injectors. Only way to lower it after doing that would be a custom cam grind.

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I dont see a set of gauges listed, they are a must for any tuned truck
I think the Six Gun uses a PDA for the set of gauges.
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Old 01-07-2009, 01:15 PM
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definitly get an SCT from Eric at innovative it will put your banks to shame
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sct will spank your banks then if you feel the need for more hp think about your turbo and injectors... after arp's
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Ball bearing turbo, injectors, head studs, fuel system, egr delete, oh yeah and a built trans......
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why would you need another turbo?

you need to stud the truck if not already done, delete the egr cooler, upgrade the fuel system, get bigger injectors if your planning on adding a bigger turbo or another turbo. then you would have to ditch that banks and get an SCT with custom tuning because the banks wont be able to tune your truck properly with the added fuel and air.
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