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Old 01-12-2018, 10:50 PM
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I went with KC's stage 1 turbo. I ordered it Tuesday it should be here Monday. It's more or less a 38r with a .84 ar.
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Old 01-17-2018, 01:22 AM
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I was just going to tell you i have a modded tp38 just like you are talking about. I have the larger turbine wheel with a .84 housing, large billet wheel out of a 38r in a ported hoysing with a 360 degree thrust. Works turbochargers did all the work for $1,050. Im happy with it but am having egt issues towing 17k up big grades. It seems to spool decent with stock injectors. I would of sold this to you and a dp tuner f5 with 7 tunes in it. I need to step up and get the kc turbi stage 2 366 turbo. Let us know how that new turbo works for you.
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