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Old 03-15-2013, 08:31 AM
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6.7 turbo upgrade

Anyone else see the single turbo upgrade that industrial is going to put out with the borg and warner efr turbo? Very interested with this setup, these companies need to hurry up with the aftermarket stuff for our trucks lol. Long time waiting
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Re: 6.7 turbo upgrade

Seems like everyones is going to hit the market at the same time.

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im pretty excited for this too, I'm more interested in the next compound setup that cuts out the honeywell.
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Yeah that setup will be nice as well, I just want to get that single setup, but twins sound good a lso.
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im pretty excited for this too, I'm more interested in the next compound setup that cuts out the honeywell.
with a 9180 efr I bet you forget all about compounds
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What do you guys mean by "efr" turbo? I just want something I can cruise down the highway at 1500rpm while towing 8-10k and not have the truck lugging. Also better fuel mileage empty, I just did a dpf delete pipe and a spartan tuner and my fuel mileage hasn't changed mostly because I've been driving like a race car instead of a grandpa like I use too lol. And now I'm addicted to the power
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What do you guys mean by "efr" turbo? I just want something I can cruise down the highway at 1500rpm while towing 8-10k and not have the truck lugging. Also better fuel mileage empty, I just did a dpf delete pipe and a spartan tuner and my fuel mileage hasn't changed mostly because I've been driving like a race car instead of a grandpa like I use too lol. And now I'm addicted to the power
it just stands for "Engineered For Racing"
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Its the style of turbo the efr part. Instead of being a vgt turbo like stock it wont have that.
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so this turbo will not a vgt it will be a wast gated set up
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The Efr does have a wastegate if you get it in the t3 housing which is .83 a/r or t4 no wastegate on the 9180 which is the largest unit. On the next size down you can get a t4 with wastegate and .91 a/r. This is a 63mm compressor inducer and moves 71 lb/min of air, this one is going to be very popular with diesel enthusiat.
Vgt turbo's have there ups and downs.
Vgt's on the 6.7 have a very tight housing. The turbos easily overspeed and spool to quick which in turn stress load the rods and break them.
Powerstroke owners have been spoiled by the bulletproof International bottoms.
Now the scorpion has a 6 bolt head like a dmax which is very robust, but the rods are like a dmax as well.
This means they need to be tuned like a dmax to keep low end torque to a minimum.
Use mcc or custom tunes to limit boost to 28 psi below 2200 rpm helps
The best solution is to put a better turbo on the truck .

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