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Garrett gtp38r in 95

I have a 95 f250 powerstroke, my stock turbo is bad and i'm wanting to know what if any modifications I would have to make to fit a Garrett gtp38r. Right now I have hypermax stage 1 injectors a ts 6 position with BTS tuning and a bts valve body. 3inch downpipe then 4 inch then 5 inch before the axle. I'm making over 35psi of boost
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Do you have a 99 1/2+ motor to pull parts from? It would probably be better to just invest in a T4 mount kit. Otherwise your looking at up-pipes, spyder, intake plenums, intercooler or bypass tube, driver side exhaust manifold and possibly a down pipe. If you are planning on sticking with stage 1's, just get a d66.

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what he said^^^

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Ya d66 all the way.. forget a gtp38r.
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I plan on doing this upgrade to my 96, but i have the intercooler already installed, also have the up pipes, and collector, just need the turbo, and pedestal, goona make a spyder... why do you need the drivers side manifold??
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I also plan on getting propane injection. Is the t3/t4 adapter all that I need to run the gtp38r and is it only for the up pipes
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I plan on doing this upgrade to my 96, but i have the intercooler already installed, also have the up pipes, and collector, just need the turbo, and pedestal, goona make a spyder... why do you need the drivers side manifold??
there has been debate on whether the OBS manifold works and seals properly. some say yes some say no

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A d66 flow more air than 38R... For your setup a stocker will work fine, but a d66 will hold hybrids with the right tuning.

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I plan on doing this upgrade to my 96, but i have the intercooler already installed, also have the up pipes, and collector, just need the turbo, and pedestal, goona make a spyder... why do you need the drivers side manifold??
Why would you make a spider? I am pretty sure I have everything above with a spider minus the turbo & collector if your interested.

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D66 isn't for Hybrids unless defueled...get a modded H2e if your going big..

hypermax's stage 1's are larger than other stage 1's..so ask them nozzle size and cc's..then deside on a turbo.
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