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Old 08-28-2009, 04:38 PM
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How munch boost can a stock turbo hold ??

How munch boost can a stock turbo hold on an EL99 f3507.3l
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it depends how long you want the turbo to last
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Well I want as munch power as I can pull out of safely
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What year truck are we talking about?
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What year truck are we talking about?
he stated a e99 (early 99) in the first post
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Well I want as munch power as I can pull out of safely
Stay under 30. They're made for 27 stock. Keep it close to that and it will last the longest, but it won't last as long. They're not that efficient over 27psi anyway.
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he stated a e99 (early 99) in the first post
obviously that means its a van turbo. (econoline99)
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