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Old 03-24-2007, 08:26 AM
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Injectors going in, need turbo advice

I removed the turbo before I tore into the injectors. I was planning on replacing the Banks housing with stock for the new injectors, but I want to make sure I'm doing the right thing. The Banks housing is a 1.0, I think and the stock is 1.15. Should I just keep the Banks or go ahead an swap? I read in an ebay add that the 1.0 is OK for small injectors, but I want what will work the best.

Also, I'm thinking of rebuilding my turbo while I got it out. It has no run-out but does have a little endplay. Should I rebuild and whare do I get a kit and what about ballancing?

not sure if I got the endplay and run out backwards. endplay up/down? runout in/out?
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Old 03-24-2007, 10:29 AM
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Got the injectors out, and maybe I'll be able to get it back together by Monday. I think I'll go ahead and use the stock housing, but still not sure if I should rebuild.
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If you already have it out, you might as well do the rebuild on it Derrick, dosn't take long, and you don't have to worry about it afterwards, If you can get the kit in time of course. I'm not sure how available it is to you and your location.

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I ran my stg1's w/the 1.0 housing for about 3 months. Nothing to worry about if you drive it sanely most of the time. The occasional "floor it" doesnt hurt anything. I've had quite a few 35 psi blasts and when I swapped out the smaller housing back to stock the turbo was still tight, no play at all. The only downside I can see to re building it is that your truck will be down til you get the rebuild kit. Other than that go for it. On the balancing if it make you feel better do it, if not don't worry about it. JMO good luck.

Oh yeah and its about time you get those jectors in
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The stock housing is a .84 The banks 1.0 has more flow the the stocker
I tihnk the van turbo is a 1.15
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The stock housing is a .84 The banks 1.0 has more flow the the stocker
I tihnk the van turbo is a 1.15
He has an OBS which is a 1.15 A/R. The Banks housing is called a quick spool or turbo or whatever because it has a 1.0 A/R and makes the turbo spool faster than the stocker. The .84 A/R is used on the Superduty's. I think but Ive been wrong on more than one occassion.
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Rebuild with New turbo and stg 3s
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Old 03-25-2007, 01:37 PM
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Rebuild with New turbo and stg 3s
Sounds good, Logan, just send me about 4 grand an it'll be done!
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Old 03-25-2007, 02:54 PM
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Got everything back together and the truck will not start. HPOP is full, but still nothing. Any suggestions?

Never mind, just didn't crank it enough! Man I Got SMOOOKE!!!

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Old 03-25-2007, 07:52 PM
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Well pipe since I can't talk you outta your injectors I'm just gonna have to break down and buy my own set!!
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