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Wait, are we talking cmopressor housing or exhaust housing? Both have stamped numbers on them

OBS trucks came with a 1.10 AR compressor housing, and so did the E99. Superduties have a 1.00AR compressor housing.

So this would make sense if thats what you were looking at instead
I've never heard anybody talk about a compressor housing as 1.0 "A/R".

It's always just 1.0 comp housing.

So just to clarify, what he said. ^^^^

Are we talkin about the exhaust side or the side that the IC pipe goes to?
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Wait, are we talking cmopressor housing or exhaust housing? Both have stamped numbers on them

OBS trucks came with a 1.10 AR compressor housing, and so did the E99. Superduties have a 1.00AR compressor housing.

So this would make sense if thats what you were looking at instead
looking at this view on my truck says 1.00 A/R. Garrett Ball Bearing Turbocharger
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OBS trucks have a 1.15 AR exhaust housing stock. And the compressor wheel is not smaller, just different. It's a wicked wheel.
That's a huge housing for 90CC injectors.
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Yeh I am pushing my stock turbo to 42 and I am going to slap the van turbo on there hoping it will take 40+ psi a lot better. I got one from RIFFRAFF diesel for 600 or so shipped. Ceramic coated too.
You'll probably lose boost. But you'll be flowing more air.

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Oh the compressor side? oooops didnt think of that one.
I'm guessing he looked at the compressor side.
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looking at this view on my truck says 1.00 A/R. Garrett Ball Bearing Turbocharger
That's the compressor side, and it's stock if it's 1.0, like the other guys said.
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looking at this view on my truck says 1.00 A/R. Garrett Ball Bearing Turbocharger
Yes, thats the compressor side. It's stock.

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That's a huge housing for 90CC injectors.
Exactly. Thats why I put a .84 housing on

The big housing should have went on the superduties, and vice versa.
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What're you runnin for injectors and oil?
To my knowledge, stock injectors, stock oil. Can easily push over 25psi unloaded in my heavy tow tune.
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Nah I wont loose boost the wastegate is holding me at 42 PSI. I should actually gain low end boost because the wastegate on SDs is almost always slightly open. I do have 240cc injectors or so.
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Exactly. Thats why I put a .84 housing on

The big housing should have went on the superduties, and vice versa.
I dunno, 1.15 would be a slow spooler even with 140ish injectors. I mean, it'd flow great and EGT's would stay low but, it'd suck to drive in traffic.
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Mine spools up very fast.
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