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schwitzer S3A800 turbo???

I got a brand new turbo off a mack truck. Do you think my good ol stroker would be able to spool it itself or should I be looking into a compound setup. im switching up to stage II's and the diesel site oil pump over the winter if it would help.

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You better just get some hybrids. Mine as well go big.

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Good luck getting that thing mounted

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You should post some pics up.

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I got a brand new turbo off a mack truck. Do you think my good ol stroker would be able to spool it itself or should I be looking into a compound setup. im switching up to stage II's and the diesel site oil pump over the winter if it would help.
its probably going to have a very large turbine housing and i doubt it would spool worth a crap on a 7.3. what displacement is the mack truck engine?

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728 CU 12.1 liter. My buddies dad works in a machine shop so All I have to do is cut a T6 flange and a T3(i think) and Make a pipe for inbetween. I thought of compounds but that puts me into open class for pulling. I plan on at least stage II's with the adrenaline and the overdrive unit to feed the injectors. I can get a smaller hot side for that turbo. Nitrous may be in my rig's future to get that turbo spooled.

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728 CU 12.1 liter. My buddies dad works in a machine shop so All I have to do is cut a T6 flange and a T3(i think) and Make a pipe for inbetween. I thought of compounds but that puts me into open class for pulling. I plan on at least stage II's with the adrenaline and the overdrive unit to feed the injectors. I can get a smaller hot side for that turbo. Nitrous may be in my rig's future to get that turbo spooled.
Thats about twice the displacement man, its gotta have a gigantic hot side on it.

Good luck with whatever you do though

and by the way, the flange for out reucks are a T-4

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Sounds interesting. I think it would be more work than its worth because alot of things would need to go right to mke it work well. Turbo are not just bolt up the biggest one you can spool and go pull.

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