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Old 04-08-2014, 09:10 PM
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Awesome Morgan. Glad your offering these kits now and at an awesome price for everyone. Very budget friendly imo
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Thanks Nathan! And here's an acceleration vid. Keep in mind this is stock fuel with a 6spd.

http://youtu.be/1Hal2DrXnVc
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Thanks Nathan! And here's an acceleration vid. Keep in mind this is stock fuel with a 6spd.

http://youtu.be/1Hal2DrXnVc

That is absolutely badazz Morgan. That thing seems to stay up in boost psi pretty well for having a 6 speed.
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Morgan, since you've messed with single turbos along with stock appearing turbos, how do you feel about a 71/72 atmo drop in versus a single s300 series turbo?
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Morgan, since you've messed with single turbos along with stock appearing turbos, how do you feel about a 71/72 atmo drop in versus a single s300 series turbo?

Honestly I think I has a lot to do with preference. The single turbo has a few things going for it, easy/inexpensive to change/upgrade. Easy to change hpfp or anything on top the engine because of the simplicity. Pretty bulletproof and makes awesome power. The cons are that it spools slower. That can be negated by different chargers, but your still stuck to one turbo instead of compounds.

Power wise, this is one of, if not the strongest stock fuel setup out there IMO.
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Is towing a gooseneck or anything over 8k pounds basically out of the question on a singe?
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Is towing a gooseneck or anything over 8k pounds basically out of the question on a singe?
Sizing the turbo correctly and tuning would be the two main things to make that no problem.
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Old 04-09-2014, 01:33 PM
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Yeah the biggest thing is people tend to think by putting a tiny turbine on that it will spool better. That is completely wrong. This truck has a 66/74/.91 and a 6 spd. It will tow just fine. The owner uses it to pull trailers and the truck has a gooseneck. You just can't drive like your unloaded. With a manual he has the ultimate control of it. Pretty slick combo IMO. Now this same truck with a 67/68/.9 housing would drive terrible. When the compressor has the same or more surface area than the turbine wheel driving it you have a big mechanical disadvantage. But a 66/79/1.10 housing would not spool well either. It all is in the sizing.

He'll I've towed 20k+ with my 66/74/.91 on a 6.7 at elevations north of 4000ft. Proper sizing and gear selection make the biggest difference. You can't lock it in OD at 45 mph and expect it to spool.

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Honestly I think I has a lot to do with preference. The single turbo has a few things going for it, easy/inexpensive to change/upgrade. Easy to change hpfp or anything on top the engine because of the simplicity. Pretty bulletproof and makes awesome power. The cons are that it spools slower. That can be negated by different chargers, but your still stuck to one turbo instead of compounds.

Power wise, this is one of, if not the strongest stock fuel setup out there IMO.
Even over buying a drop in 75/76?
Ive been looking around and researching so in a couple months i can pull the trigger on a new turbo. Now if this is a stronger setup than just a 75/76 atmo and costs what the 75 does...To me it wouldnt make sense to do that cause then i could sell both of my stock turbos...

Good work on that kit though, everything looks awesome and that is a very attractive price.
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You don't loose towability with the compound set up. Not that you can't with a single. Compounds will be easier to live with especially not having a manual.
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