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Beans D-66 turbo?

I have been looking at and thinking about upgrading my turbo to one of these. My question is what are the real differences with this turbo. I mean larger wheel, intake and exhaust? How much larger is the wheel? I have a 97 CC 4X4. Swamps Diesel stg.1 injectors and 6-pos. chip. 3" dp straight exhaust, DIY intake.
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It flows 30% more air. When I put mine on my SD, I instantly felt the power increase! I love it. I dont know how much bigger it is over stock as in millimeters or anything.

your setup with that turbo should work good!

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Forgot to put that I will also be adding a IC when the weather warms up here alittle. I am really wanting to know the wheel differences between the two.
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i think the stocker is a 58 or 60 mm wheel, while the d66 has a 66mm wheel.

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Thanks for the info. Do they make the wheel themselves?
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Thanks for the info. Do they make the wheel themselves?
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The D66 is a great upgrade. If you do go with it have your tuner re-burn your chip for the mod.

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I know it is a great upgrade. I mainly want to know what the technical differences between the D-66 and stock are. Tried a search on here and found some great testimonies for it but not what the differences are.
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it has a 1.0 housing on the exhaust, a 66mm wheel, and bigger comp housing. what other tech specs you need? you want actual numbers? call river city turbo. they build it.

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I know it is a great upgrade. I mainly want to know what the technical differences between the D-66 and stock are. Tried a search on here and found some great testimonies for it but not what the differences are.
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