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Turbo quetion

So what is worse for a turbo, going 0-30 psi fast or holding at 30 psi for a little bit? Experts help me here. Thanks

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pretty sure 30lb boost is to much for a 6.7 turbo. mine makes 23psi after h&s updates

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Well I really ment in general. But thanks for the input.

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Generally then, Holding pressure , especially that high for extended time is harder on it.

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honestly getting out of 30+ psi is the worst for it. that "stall" can be hardest on a shaft, which is weak to begin with on the 11-14 6.7 turbo . I don't think acceleration of the turbo rpm is very hard on it. but maintaining 30+ psi is very hard, and getting directly out of the throttle is hard. remember , at 30 psi this turbo is at close to 180,000 rpm ! it, at that boost level , is WAY out of it's map ! they pop relatively easy at stock boost pressure of 22 psi !

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Thanks guys.

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