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Old 04-07-2014, 08:37 AM
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WW2 or bigger turbo for 2001 7.3 ?

Right now I have stage 1 injectors, pillar guages, jasper rear,4.56 gears, tony wild man tunes, air dog 2, when I bought the truck it had a different hpop but which one i dont know. The problem im having is trying to keep my egts low. Will WW2 lower egts much ? How much hp will a WW2 or bigger turbo add.

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Old 04-07-2014, 08:54 AM
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It won't lower them much. Buts it's still a great upgrade.
You don't have a crazy set up or anything. EGT's shouldn't be an issue.
What do you have for intake and exhaust?
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Short answer, no. Under what conditions and in what tune are you seeing high temps, &how high? As Joel said, exhaust?
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I think Its called like a silver line exhaust, i think it's 4 inches. Intake is violant. And it does it when i have the pedal to the floor. One time in the "street" tune i was going about 70 mph, i look over at the guage and it's 1500+ degrees. I'm also trying to figure out why the truck shuts off when coming to a stop but that's on my other post.

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Old 04-07-2014, 11:15 AM
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I want to take the muffler off because that should lower it some

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Old 04-07-2014, 01:22 PM
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Im in the truck now and from 0 to 60 on stock with no tunerbit goes over 1300

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sounds like you've got a bigger hpop...do you know what your tunes are? if they're not for bigger hpop/bigger inj's then I'd get that fixed. hows the turbo look (I/E what contidion is it)? Also what kind of boost numbers? If no guage(s) I'd start there. look for boost leaks...
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Old 04-07-2014, 01:49 PM
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Boost at 60mph was around 15

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My tunes were tuned for everything I have on the truck injectors,hpop, etc. Will a wicked wheel give me better throttle response ?

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Your boost is WAY low.
At full throttle you should be making around 30.
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