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Old 02-13-2009, 03:59 AM
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what size turbo

just like it says....i have a 94 f-250 stroker....what turbo is put on those...and what is the size of it....also what would be a good upgrade.....i was thinkin a ball bearing turbo would sound even better than mine does with the wicked wheel
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A popular choice with stage 1's or stock sticks is the D66 from Beans. It is the only upgraded drop-in turbo I believe.
Or the Hypermax H2E which will need to use a super duty pedistal and what not.

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idk what im upgrading to...depends on my application at that time if im pullin ill pri go with an HX50-52.....if im just playin then ill get it off our big stieger tractor....takes a long time to build that much boost but it sounds cool....i just need to know what turbo i have on mine first....
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You have a stock TP-38 Non Waste-gated
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A popular choice with stage 1's or stock sticks is the D66 from Beans. It is the only upgraded drop-in turbo I believe.
Or the Hypermax H2E which will need to use a super duty pedistal and what not.
An H2E on one of these trucks does not use any factory SD parts, unless you want to count the uppipe donuts. But other than that, you buy the kit from Hmax and it comes with new uppipes, pedistal, oil feed and drain, intake spyder, intake piping.

-Michael
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yeah i thought it was a garrett 38 somethin....i knew it was non-waste gated....im wonderin if putting a wastegated turbo on it would help with quicker throttle responce....and power....
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IMO switching to a SD turbo is pointless on these trucks because by the time you do it and do it right you have the same money invested as a brand new H2E kit.

If you plan on only doing Stage I injectors I would say that an OBS drop in replacement would be your best bet and be fine for power and spool up

-Michael
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Here is a good source. Here And Here
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Old 02-14-2009, 07:35 PM
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any body no whats with just buying the quick spool housing and not the whole turbo?
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I wouldn't recommend a quick spool housing for a truck with anything bigger than stock injectors, I don't even like the idea of putting one on a truck with stock injectors either.
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