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post #1 of 11 Old 01-21-2009, 02:28 PM Thread Starter
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I really want to do some turbo work to my tuck. Can anyone tell me what i have to do to my turbo to make like a H2E or a DOM 66. thanx

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i believe the d66 is a direct bolt in...(?)

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Yeah D66 is a direct bolt in, H2E is not, but you can buy the H2E with all teh stuff you need

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i understand all that but do they sell everything aftermarket to upgrade my stock to a 66

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i understand all that but do they sell everything aftermarket to upgrade my stock to a 66
From what Ive seen they dont make anything to do that, all Ive seen are stock rebuild kits

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Beans had a kit that will push the turbo to 200+ more CFMs. It make it 950 CFM, a D66 is 1050 i think.

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Beans had a kit that will push the turbo to 200+ more CFMs. It make it 950 CFM, a D66 is 1050 i think.
Thats to modify an H2E Turbo.

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i understand all that but do they sell everything aftermarket to upgrade my stock to a 66
That's all a D66 is, a stock turbo worked over. That's why they have the same problems as the stocker of overspooling and toasting the thrust bushings if you push them to hard.

If you are planning on big injectors and really need a bigger turbo the H2E kit from Hypermax is your only option unless you want to fab up your own set up.

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by the time you modified your turbo you can find a good used aftermarket turbo for a couple hundred bucks more and i do believe that high tech turbo offers kits to help out the stocker turbo

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