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Old 01-25-2011, 06:34 AM
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Who on here actually uses the upgraded turbine housing on there stock turbo? If you got one how does it help or act differently from the stock housing?
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Old 01-25-2011, 08:51 AM
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Lowers drive pressures, lower EGT's.. A bit more HP on the top end...

Worked pretty good back then.

However, dont go invest a bunch in the stock turbo, only to upgrade to a 38r or something like that later.
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...However, dont go invest a bunch in the stock turbo, only to upgrade to a 38r or something like that later.
i dont have an SD but cant ee that much gain with just housing. might be money better spent on a 38r.
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I actually got the housing from a blown turbo. A buddy on mine replaced it with a 38r, I have to pull my turbo so I was going to throw it on and try it. I want it for mostly sled pulling and racing to bring my egts down a bite. How's it act driving on the street. I've heard its heard to spool with
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I actually got the housing from a blown turbo. A buddy on mine replaced it with a 38r, I have to pull my turbo so I was going to throw it on and try it. I want it for mostly sled pulling and racing to bring my egts down a bite. How's it act driving on the street. I've heard its heard to spool with
It will help with EGT's and drive pressures... Just keep in mind you still have a stock center section.

Who ever told you it was hard to spool is FOS... They need hit on the head with a tack hammer.

Throw a 1.15 housing on there and it would spool the same as the .84 housing with even lower drive pressures and EGT's.
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im running an ats 1.0 housing it spools nice no probs here.
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