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Old 11-20-2010, 08:34 PM
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7.3l twin turbo lets see ur pics

so I have a 99 250 with an h2e turbo and I'm thinking about doing twins just looking for some pics of a twins build manly the piping and how you set it up.. And some advise on what to use for a second turbo so lets se some pics guys.
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twins? blow it up
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Twins for a 7.3 are way too complicated to make it worth the investment.

Go with some bigger sticks and a bigger turbo.

I like to recommend the Swamp's S300 for those seeking more than an H2E, because Swamp's will configure it how you want, depending on your expected use and the mods you have. It also mounts on the H2E mount.

There's also the Swamp's BFH, but it would never spool for street use.
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ya thats what i fig but thought itwould be cool to see some pics
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Black Widow Diesel sells kits...

7.3 compound turbo kits - Black Widow Diesel

I could do a lot with $7000...
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I'm not gunna pay for a kit when I can build it my self lol thanks though deff gives me something to go off of
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$6500 I could do a lot with that lol
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I'll leave my stock stuff on mine. I wouldn't mind findind a GT40 or 42 for my Civic build though

My truck is my work truck, it makes me money. I do have a DIY Filter mod, and a Superchips programmer on it (on tow/haul), and hae an MBRP 4" exhaust sitting in my office waiting to go on it (once the snow leaves), but in all honesty the more you mod them, the more problems they have. I want something fast, so I'm building a 2300lb car, not an 8800lb truck. Should be a good tow rig to get me around the countryside to race though! I love it, but not enough to spend that kind of money on trying to make it just a bit quicker.
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I'll leave my stock stuff on mine. I wouldn't mind findind a GT40 or 42 for my Civic build though

My truck is my work truck, it makes me money. I do have a DIY Filter mod, and a Superchips programmer on it (on tow/haul), and hae an MBRP 4" exhaust sitting in my office waiting to go on it (once the snow leaves), but in all honesty the more you mod them, the more problems they have. I want something fast, so I'm building a 2300lb car, not an 8800lb truck. Should be a good tow rig to get me around the countryside to race though! I love it, but not enough to spend that kind of money on trying to make it just a bit quicker.

LOL.... You have never ridden in a 9000# truck that can blow your Civic away...

And then tow both home at the end of the day...
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so I have a 99 250 with an h2e turbo and I'm thinking about doing twins just looking for some pics of a twins build manly the piping and how you set it up.. And some advise on what to use for a second turbo so lets se some pics guys.

Contact Empire Diesel and look at a procharger set up...

Thats what I want to do once the economy is hopping again.
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