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Old 03-01-2009, 03:12 PM
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quick question

is it possible to make your own twin turbo kit for a farely cheaper price than buying an actual kit from somewhere? ..and how could you go about doing it?
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Old 03-01-2009, 03:16 PM
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It would be if you had all the tools and supplies to do it and had a good idea of what you were doing!
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If you can fab yourself there are detailed discussions on PSN about it.
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cheap and diesel or cheap and twin turbo dont go together lol
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cheap and diesel or cheap and twin turbo dont go together lol
i have to agree with you on that
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paaahahhha verry true!! but still what would be the cheapEST way of going about this
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Dusty of dusty's diesel just put the twin setup on his 6.0. He has a thread on here about it, although I think he bought the kit. Still would be worth talking to though!
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yeah, i have it down to about 1000 dollars for a twin set-up minus the first turbo. but you would need know how, welding, and other skills. alot of plumbing
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yeah, i have it down to about 1000 dollars for a twin set-up minus the first turbo. but you would need know how, welding, and other skills. alot of plumbing
how so and where from? and what all would i need
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Old 03-01-2009, 06:12 PM
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well i would be doing most of the work myself. you would need alot of 4 inch piping.

but we are working on two different beasts for the specs. but the theroy is the same.
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