Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: hudson, fl
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the temps are definately lower with what exits the IC, otherwise they would have stayed with the design of pumpin the air from the turbo straight to the plenums. I know that the drivers side was only for reduction of sound of the turbo, but adding it to the other side i would think might lower temps a little. I also have seen heat wrap for the turbo, supposed to sheild it from the exhaust side? anyone try this. I mean i dont have any problems with my current egt but some cheap HP upgrades are always nice.
2000 DRW CC 7.3
Exterior: 08 Exterior Clone, 22.5's
Engine Mods: GTP38R WW2, 5 inch exhaust,T500, 6637, TW tunes,DI Up pipes, 6.7 fuel pump fuel system.
Trans Mods: 6.0 trans cooler, JW Valve body,Billet triple disc converter.
Sound Mods: 7" flip out tv, 3-way speakers all around, 12" sub, 500 watt amp.
Misc:dieselsite coolant filter, max ac assist, BRV, IHD,gauges, CCV
Next up power rear window