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Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Bardstown, KY
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what yall think?
I've got an '97 OBS. I know i don't have a wastegate. I know i don't have an innercooler. I know the innercooler makes the air more dense and lowers EGT. etc...
My questions is, other than lowering EGT, What benefits do these do. I don't pull 20,000lbs regularly, I don't drag race or sled pull, which is better? A wastegated turbo, or what we got? A "non-wastegated turbo"? Just curious. never have had this question answered.
I always thought about getting an innercooler, which, i suppose, means i would need a wastegated turbo. Until Obama sends me my new stimilus check, that ain't happenin.
Don't get me wrong, truck runs great, but wonder if there is that much difference. do you need a wastegated turbo for the innercooler? WHY?
Thanks, just wanted some professional, real world advice.
'97 F250 ext. cab 4x4. DIY intake, 3" DP, kitty gutted, TW chip
, 4-15-09 Tranny rebuilt, FPR shim, tech forum exhaust brake, isspro EGT gauge(stealth mounted)
292,000 miles, Dana 60 kingpin conversion, (thank you pipelayer!)