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Old 12-21-2007, 11:43 AM
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early 99 turbos

I have a early 99 PS, I am looking to upgrade the turbo, I cant find many options, anybody have any ideas.
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Old 12-21-2007, 11:47 AM
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heres a couple bd-power.com, bankspower.com, ATSdiesel.com
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Click the link and scroll to the bottom of the page to the Dominator 66 turbo. 99-03turbo
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Old 12-21-2007, 12:31 PM
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Click the link and scroll to the bottom of the page to the Dominator 66 turbo. 99-03turbo
The D66 is the only "drop in" performance turbo for the '94-97, & early '99 powerstrokes. Hopefully Strokin' early 99 will be along to talk some about it. I believe he used one for a while and was pretty happy with it.
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I have about 1500 miles or so on my truck since the D66 went in and I love it. I am very satisfied with it so far anyhow it'll hold boost without falling on its face or surging at all in any way. The only reason i dont like it is because it makes it easier to drive the truck on the 140 setting, i dont have to worry about egt's getting to high to quick, i dont have to be scared of it surging she just rocks and rolls coal. so haha thats not really a bad thing just gonna get me in trouble
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heres a couple bd-power.com, bankspower.com, ATSdiesel.com

BD does not make a turbo for an early99.

Banks does not make a turbo for the 7.3, period. The sell parts to modify it.

ATS does not make a turbo for an early99.


3 strikes, your out.







Now, for the meat of the post. As said before, the Dominator 66 (D66) from Beans is the only drop in performance turbo for the early99. It is a stock turbo that is machined out to accept a 66mm compressor wheel, that is 10% larger than stock. I flows enough air to clean up my B code injectors. If you want to see how it runs, click on sled pulls in my sig and watch the two pulls at the top of the page. I towed with this turbo with stock parts, then with big oil and then with B codes. It tows like a dream and it has no turbo lag at all. EGT's were always in check. With the truck loaded for a trip the truck weighs a tad over 10K and the trailer I pull weighs 10K.


Keep Strokin'
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Awesome, Thanks everyone
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theres upgrades like previously stated and then there are turbos like turbonotics bd etc etc all depends on how much dough u want to spend!!
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theres upgrades like previously stated and then there are turbos like turbonotics bd etc etc all depends on how much dough u want to spend!!
Start looking for all new components for the 99.5+ setups when you move to these turbo's.

+1 on the D66 drop in turbo upgrade.
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