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Old 07-06-2009, 01:00 PM
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stock turbo finally tapped out

yesterday my stock turbo finally gave it up. i turned my truck off and heard a rattling scraping sound coming out of the exhaust it took me a second to realize that it was the turbo pulled it off today and i got almost a 1/4 inch of play and the wicked wheel is chewed up pretty good. but oh well gives me a reason to get the 38r should be here in the morning bought it local for a hell of a deal cant wait to feel the difference
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Old 07-07-2009, 09:24 AM
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mine did the same thing friday. not sure what turbo im goin with yet though.
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Old 07-07-2009, 03:43 PM
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ya let me no how that 38r spins
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you will love it
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H2e IMHO....
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H2e IMHO....
Uh oh here goes Joe with the H2e

Its a great turbo from what i hear (h2e), when it comes time im going down the 38r road. Direct fit
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Old 07-09-2009, 08:10 PM
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Joe we arnt rich like you lol jk buddy
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its gone from TN BB to H2E. Not everyone can afford a damn H2E. really if u want a direct fit drop in turbo, the 38R is a cant miss. if u have money layign aroudn, then go ahead and get the H2E, but u will spend quite a bit more money
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Old 07-10-2009, 07:57 AM
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Joe we arnt rich like you lol jk buddy
LOL... You would cry if you knew how much I have into the H2e... Put it this way, you could not buy a 38r for how much I have into the complete kit...

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its gone from TN BB to H2E. Not everyone can afford a damn H2E. really if u want a direct fit drop in turbo, the 38R is a cant miss. if u have money layign aroudn, then go ahead and get the H2E, but u will spend quite a bit more money
"Dawg" your right, I should not recomend something I have run that is better then something I used to run... You are so right, the best turbo I have ever run on my trucks with stock sticks was the stock turbo with a 1.00 housing and a ATS compressor housing.

Then I went to the 38r and had nothing but issues...

Then I went to the TN, and TN BB...

And now the Modded H2e...

And soon a S-400...

But just for you, I will continue to recomend the best turbo I have ever run on stock sticks, rather then something that can be upgraded, rebuilt, lasts forever, and in the long run is cheaper then anything else you can get your hands on...
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