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Old 07-03-2013, 06:10 PM
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Does anyone have a 94-97 stock turbo for sale?

I want to order a D-66 for my 97 Ford. I just added a wicked wheel 2 to my stock turbo and it still throws black smoke like crazy in the top 3 programs (not flowing enough air) with my Tony Wildman programed TSS chip. I would like to keep my stock turbo with the Wicked wheel if possible as a backup for the D-66.

Does anyone have a fairly inexpensive stock turbo sitting on a shelf I could use as a core for the D66? I have a buddy with a stock turbo off a Super Duty but, Beans said it must be from the same year of vehicle you are buying the D-66.

So, does anyone have a spare stock turbo they may be willing to part with or should I just pay the extra $300 Beans charges for a core?
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Old 07-03-2013, 06:39 PM
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You can find good cores for like $100-250, just gotta look around
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Old 07-03-2013, 07:27 PM
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Thanks 351fifty, Beans has a 10% off sale going on this weekend. The sale code is GOUSA10. I was hoping to buy this weekend but, I guess I could always send in the core later. The new D66 also uses a new turbine wheel that increases CFM.
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Well how bout you keep the ww2 in your current turbo and send it in, and just find another cheap one later as a spare and just put the ww2 in that
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Are you sure you don't have up pipe leaks?
I have a stock turbo that would make a great core I can sell you.
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Old 07-08-2013, 02:13 PM
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i have a stock one that came off when i put a D66 on. looking for $150 plus shipping.

and just an FYI i now have a D66 with a WW2 and i still get smoke like crazy (160/100s injectors) if i am not careful with the pedal
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Old 07-08-2013, 05:34 PM
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Thanks for the tip.

Maybe I will just keep my foot out of it and not worry about it?
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