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Since Confederate Diesel wants to ignore their problems, and state false comparisons. Lets go ahead and just let you guys judge by your eyes based on pictures of their products.

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I will ad more pictures tomorrow. Its giving me fits trying to upload pictures

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Whose truck is that from?

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Whose truck is that from?
ID LIKE to know that too!!! And ill ad this welding in that area cannot be good for the bearing or shaft seals.


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I don't think that's a weld on the turbo itself. It looks to me like a very liberal amount of silicon sealer. Still not a proper solution.

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That second pic was taken to show the amount of RTV type sealant that was smeared all over a CFD built turbo pedestal in an attempt to get it to seal.

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The second picture is not Ray's truck, but it is from a truck that Confederate Diesel installed the kit on. I have one more picture but the add file isn't working for me. I may need to restart my computer.

You can clearly see how they don't even try to weld both sides the same on the insides of the ports by looking at the first picture. Little things like this count. Also, where the support bracket is on the first picture, look where it was welded and how hot the flat portion is not even just from that weld. No wonder they use a tube of silicone and not a gasket. No gasket would ever work

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http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/6-7...round-2-a.html
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I've got all sorts... take a peak... I will not add my opinion and just leave it with pictures.

These are from different customers of theirs.
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