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post #1 of 5 Old 07-07-2013, 06:04 PM Thread Starter
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E99 turbo conversion

The start, I converted my e99 to new style turbo. I installed bellowed up pipes, I used the .84 exhaust from e99 and the 1.0 compressor from a 2003 van, the old turbo had a ww and now I use the compressor from the 2003 van. Of course I had to install a taller pedestal, I'm still using the stock exhaust, and removed the ebp gate, I have super chips tuner, and napa 6637 air filter.

As e99 setup with tuner, exhaust temps would hit 1200 wot & 20 psi, and at 70 mph I would have 3 psi and 300-500 exhaust temps. Idol is 300 degrees,

New set up with tuner, wot is never over 1000 degrees & 25 psi, 70 mph is 600-800 and 5psi, idol is 400 degrees,

Now the question, I thought that temps would be lower? Are the higher temps ok? Should I have changed something else? I will be doing 4" exhaust next, but I don't want to hurt my motor running higher temps. My goal for this project is better mpg, not power. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Still got the e99 turbo?

2008 f250 king ranch ccsb: spartan ndash, s&b cold air intake, 4" turbo back flo pro exhaust, amp research steps, 8" rough country lift (atleast front for now), 24x13" fuel hostages ptm on 38" nitto trail graps.
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Ww is stock on e99... just sayin but did you put it in the newer housing?
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So still got the turbo

2008 f250 king ranch ccsb: spartan ndash, s&b cold air intake, 4" turbo back flo pro exhaust, amp research steps, 8" rough country lift (atleast front for now), 24x13" fuel hostages ptm on 38" nitto trail graps.
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All your numbers are pretty normal especially since you still have stock exhaust. Straight pipe that thing.

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