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post #1 of 35 Old 05-29-2009, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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twin turbos

does anyone make a twin turbo kit for a 7.3 powerstroke?
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i think you have to custom make one. like this


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Empire Diesel performance makes one

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put a super charger on it, no turbo lag just straight boost!!!
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wide open performance can make you a kit aswell but its not cheap.

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It's not cheap and your going to need to spend a lot before you even attempt a twin turbo setup

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Steer clear of BWD twin kits..... I'd get ProCharged by Empire

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Steer clear of BWD twin kits..... I'd get ProCharged by Empire

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ProCharger is better and far more unique....

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yeah, what's up with BWD. Been hearing some things about them. I was wanting to go that route, but now I don't know. Are they having issues with those compound kits?

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