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Old 02-22-2013, 04:48 AM
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New Turbo Suggestions

You guys have any suggestions for turbo upgrades? Brands and model specific would be great.

I keep seeing these posts of blown turbos on tuned trucks and even stock trucks and would like to avoid that. So I figured a preemptive replacement with a more powerful turbo would be perfect.
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Wow I dont see ALOT of turbo issues with the 6.7 unless Im missing somethin
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2012 with a H&S Mini Maxx tuner and EGR and DPF delete
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Most of the turbo issues were with early 2011 models, issues have been corrected for 2012 trucks which is the major reason I waited to get kne. I don't even know of any turbo upgrades for 6.7s yet


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Most of the turbo issues were with early 2011 models, issues have been corrected for 2012 trucks which is the major reason I waited to get kne. I don't even know of any turbo upgrades for 6.7s yet


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And most of the turbo issues were on the CC trucks. They have a smaller turbo..
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Cant wait till they come out w an aftermatket turbo and head studs.
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Cant wait till they come out w an aftermatket turbo and head studs.
Why do you want head studs? This isn't a 6.0...
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Most of the turbo issues were with early 2011 models, issues have been corrected for 2012 trucks which is the major reason I waited to get kne. I don't even know of any turbo upgrades for 6.7s yet


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Synder Performance Engineering has a turbo out for 6.7's i believe.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but i believe i read somewhere they had

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Old 02-22-2013, 11:40 PM
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Cant wait till they come out w an aftermatket turbo and head studs.
After looking for turbos I ran into this Engine Components - Ford 6 7L - Arp Ultra-torque Assembly Lubricant - Spe 6 7 Stage 1 Heads - Spe 6 2 manufactures make head studs for the 6.7.

Better do the connecting rods first.
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Synder Performance Engineering has a turbo out for 6.7's i believe.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but i believe i read somewhere they had

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Not saying you're wrong but I couldn't find anything on their website or on xdp, maybe it's still under testing?


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