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Old 09-26-2008, 10:04 AM
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Semi Turbo ugrade?

I cant remember where I saw this, but it was a turbo for bigger trucks that would be an upgrade for the 7.3 and is great for compound set ups? does anyone remember what its called?


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Old 09-26-2008, 10:37 AM
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I cant remember where I saw this, but it was a turbo for bigger trucks that would be an upgrade for the 7.3 and is great for compound set ups? does anyone remember what its called?


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wideopenperformance.com will fab up a twin turbo kit.
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HT3b or s300 maybe?
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If you are wanting to do do custom plumbing, the options are unlimited. I don't think there is a bolt on upgrade from a semi.
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ive thought about that too. could you take a turbo out of a cat powered rig? i think that would be whicked
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I cant remember where I saw this, but it was a turbo for bigger trucks that would be an upgrade for the 7.3 and is great for compound set ups? does anyone remember what its called?
You might be thinking of the H2E???
They came on the L10 Cummins motors, but they are not a drop-in, if you're wanting a drop-in. ??
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just posting to subscribe to the thread.....
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Old 09-27-2008, 04:19 PM
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You might be thinking of the H2E???
They came on the L10 Cummins motors, but they are not a drop-in, if you're wanting a drop-in. ??
thats kinda what i got to thinking after i posted.
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How about one of the many T-4 setups? weren't the s-3's and 4's offered on some semi's?
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I cant remember at all what it was called, but someone told me it was basically a drop in... what would be a good turbo to mate with a close to stocker?
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