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Old 12-03-2009, 05:54 PM
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Turbo options

What are some good turbo options for my truck. I plan on an intercooler , bigger hpop and stage 2's . My turbo is takin a **** on me. Compressor wheel is lose and when I built some boost at night you can see sparks coming out of my exhaust. I saw a garrett ball bearing 88mm. For a 99-03 could I put something that big on my truck?
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to fit a turbo from a newer PSD you have to change the up-pipes, the intake manifolds on top of motor, and a couple other things I believe......

Check out the H2E turbo, it will flow enough air for over 400 whp if your looking for more than stock.... I think the D66 from beans might bolt on your truck but I could be wrong you might have to switch up-pipes and stuff for that one too.

if you do swap to newer PSD parts you can run
-BD thruster turbo
-garrett Ball bearing
-Gillett Ball buster
-High Tech Turbo Big Bad woof turbo (pretty much same as above different manufacturer)
-H2E turbo (this includes everything but intake and exhaust for your year)
-You can do a custom setup with a gt35, gt4088, gt4092, Empire diesel has a mount kit for t4 turbos that includes pedistals....
-uhm lol Im trying to think of more I know there are other options as well just cant think off the top of my head right now......
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Old 12-03-2009, 06:17 PM
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Lol thanks I think if I can ever get enough money saved up I will just go with the d66 so no major changes have to be made
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Old 12-03-2009, 08:27 PM
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How are your up-pipes? Just sayin if they are worn out and leaky, its worth it IMO alot of people are really happy with the H2E setup, if you did some nozzles on top of what you got now and a built tranny if not already, Ill bet youd be really happy with how it ran. It would spool up pretty good I think.....

My buddy had close to that same setup with a 17* HPOP, his uncle built him a big azz intercooler lol thing was friekin monsterish and flowed really well, his unc was a designer fabricator for missiles so he was an alumimun magic wizz! With that stuff he could do anything lol he had a really nice tower for his boat that weighed like 26 lbs is all when disconnected.

But it was a really good daily driver on 37s with 3.73s he drove that thing everywhere and towed like 14k regularly with no problems ever, his tranny was fully built tho, and he had some WOP 160cc injectors with some type of nozzles not sure and he had custom tunes.....

Its a little more, but in the long run you get all the up-pipes, turbo, turbo pedistal, oil lines and connections, intercooler pipes, and downpipe. They are good products that last along time too, like I said my buddy put well over 100k on that setup and never had any problems besides normal wear items....
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Stage 1's get a D66..IMO bigger get a H2e or modded h2e, don't even waste your time on SD turbo stuff.
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