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2015 Turbo in a 2011 - 2014

Anyone here running one? I seen some posts about people who have done it elsewhere.


Anyone have a parts list of what is needed to make one work?


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No....but you a welcome to spend the coin on R&D yourself, if not I suggest getting with Mike(Bigrpower) a sponser on this fine website.......
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I'm not sure how much fabrication is put into these 2015 turbo kits, but I imagine you'll be able to figure out what parts are needed in the near future.

Here is a recent thread on here with some valuable information, especially towards the end.

Elite Diesel Engineering replacement turbo....

Here is a somewhat better thread on another forum...

2011 6.7 with a 2015 turbo..... - PowerStrokeArmy
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I'm not sure how much fabrication is put into these 2015 turbo kits, but I imagine you'll be able to figure out what parts are needed in the near future.

Here is a recent thread on here with some valuable information, especially towards the end.

Elite Diesel Engineering replacement turbo....

Here is a somewhat better thread on another forum...

2011 6.7 with a 2015 turbo..... - PowerStrokeArmy
Dantron... have you heard if the 2015 turbo did away with the ceramic ball bearings?
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After checking out the pictures on powerstroke army Im curious what it would cost to just buy the pieces from ford and try to get your own kit made up, I dont think much went into this kit in the way of custom fab..

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Dantron... have you heard if the 2015 turbo did away with the ceramic ball bearings?
I'm not sure if they did or not. I heard the ceramic ball bearings caused problems for the early 6.7 dual-boost turbos, but it may not be the same with these new singles.
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