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Old 11-20-2012, 08:29 AM
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Well if you want 500 hp, your gonna need alot more than that 38r to get to that point. It takes alot more air and fuel, bigger hpop, good custom tunes to get to that.

So its just how much money you wanna spend to get upto 500
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Well if you want 500 hp, your gonna need alot more than that 38r to get to that point. It takes alot more air and fuel, bigger hpop, good custom tunes to get to that.

So its just how much money you wanna spend to get upto 500
thats not true

There are plenty 38r trucks over 500 hp out there. just gotta get away from this site and check out the better ones with the guys that have that setup.

a 38r and a set of 238/100s can get you to 500.
a good running stock 17* hpop will handle those injectors in the 500 range.
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A 38r gives you more potental for power. That turbo will support more power than my pmr's could handle. You get the right tunes and injectors...who knows what a guy could make. I'm guessin I make about 325-330rwh...stock injectors and stock hpop. It's plenty of power for a daily driver.
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they just released a 2nd gen wicked wheel for the stock turbo and they are making one for the 38r.
i would wait and see what the new wheel does for a 38r.
the new wheel made 43 lbs of bost on stock turbo and it did it very efficiently.
i would read up on it some more. you might be able to get away with using a 38r and have it be more efficient with the new wheel.
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A 38r gives you more potental for power. That turbo will support more power than my pmr's could handle. You get the right tunes and injectors...who knows what a guy could make. I'm guessin I make about 325-330rwh...stock injectors and stock hpop. It's plenty of power for a daily driver.
Lies, my pmrs have supported my 500+ hp and the drive pressures on a 38r would be to the point of need to switch out turbos. A 38r is really pretty maxed out at 500hp. Yes, people push it beyond that, when I first installed my injectors I made a track time backed 496hp with a van turbo. And yes that is extremely pushing it on a stock based turbo for our trucks, that's why the turbo was pulled off and replaced with a 366 soon after the injectors so it wouldn't get destroyed. I personally wouldn't run a 38r at the power level of 500.
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I stand corrected....what are the main differences between a 38r and a d66 turbo? Is it a direct bolt on like the garrett?
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Old 12-14-2012, 02:00 PM
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d66 turbo is for obs 7.3's
the s366 is for our trucks, but it requires a t4 mounting kit.
the 38r looks stock the other setups do not, so if you have to smog your truck like me, an s366 is out of the question.
a s366 is more efficient and has lower drive pressures like the OP said
but that may change with the new compressor wheel bob at dieselsite has made for the 38r, im curious to see what it does.
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Beans sells the D66 for OBS and E99 trucks. it bolts up to both. and they also make the Super 66 or something like that is for 99+ trucks. i believe they are out already
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The 38r and 366 share the same inducer, that's the only similarity
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