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Old 01-08-2008, 03:27 PM
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Would the 6.4 turbo fit?...

onto a 6.0 motor. Somewhere I heard that the motors are the same and the difference is the bore and stroke and a few little changes. Would the dual set up fit? just wondering. found em on eBay for $600 brand new...
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I know they have the same block (ecept for bore % stroke). I belive the heads are the same also. But I dont think that the turbo's will interchange.....
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Nate, quit playing on the net and get your butt to your dragaholics meeting!
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I wonder if you could get all the 6.4 intake and injection parts and make yourself a twin turbo common rail 6.0. Man that would be cool.

Sounds like a good project for you.
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Nate, quit playing on the net and get your butt to your dragaholics meeting!
Innovation is my middle name Matt haha I guess I do need to start attending my meetings haha

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I wonder if you could get all the 6.4 intake and injection parts and make yourself a twin turbo common rail 6.0. Man that would be cool.

Sounds like a good project for you.
That's a cool idea. I'm just wondering what I could do, but those twins take up ALOT of room on the top side of the 6.4 motors. I dunno if it would work. I'll make my own
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That's a cool idea. I'm just wondering what I could do, but those twins take up ALOT of room on the top side of the 6.4 motors. I dunno if it would work. I'll make my own
Sawzall will fix that.
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if you decide to take that project on...its nothing i watn a part of!! honestly by the time you fab all the stuff to make it work...you would be better off just buying a twin turbo set up for your truck ready to bolt on!!
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if you decide to take that project on...its nothing i watn a part of!! honestly by the time you fab all the stuff to make it work...you would be better off just buying a twin turbo set up for your truck ready to bolt on!!
that's kind of what I was thinkin Marc. Would be easier to just set up an aftermarket Black Widow kit. They're the only ones I know of that make a twin kit, are there any others?
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BWD is the only one I know of. Also, you need to flow more fuel in order to take advantage of the higher flow of the turbos. Unless, of course, you are just looking to have it light earlier...
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For the cost and time it would take to retrofit the 6.4 stuff it's much much easier to go a different route. I really don't know if it's even possible to go CR on a 6.0 without major reengineering. BWD seems to have a really good setup although it is pricey. There are a couple of more making twin setup's but none are proven yet and they will remain unnamed.
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