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Old 09-05-2014, 10:39 AM
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Default 2011-2014 Turbo Kits master list

Feel free to post what I missed and I will add it or fix it.

Elite Diesel:

Stock 2015 61mm turbo upgrade : $2799

Stock 2015 61mm turbo w/ billet wheel : $3499

Garrett GT3794 64.7mm turbo w/ piping, dp, air filter, and fuel filter relocate : $5200

Garrett GT4094 67.8mm turbo w/ piping, dp, air filter, and fuel filter relocate : $5600

Garrett Danville 72mm turbo w/ piping, dp, air filter, and fuel filter relocate: $6600

Fleece Cheetah 63mm turbo w/ piping, dp, air filter, and fuel filter relocate, Designed for 2.5 Sled Pulling class : $6400

Precision Turbo 6466 turbo (non vgt 66mm) w/ pedestal, piping, air filter, and fuel filter relocate : $6250

Precision Turbo 7168 turbo (non vgt 71mm) w/ pedestal, piping, 39mm wastegate, air filter, and fuel filter relocate : $7500

Precision Turbo 7668 turbo (non vgt 76mm) w/ pedestal, piping, 39mm wastegate, air filter, and fuel filter relocate : $7500


Industrial Injection:

ADDS a Borgwarner S475 turbo to your existing factory turbo and comes with everything needed : $4250


Midwest Diesel:

Stock 2015 61mm turbo upgrade : $2799

Stock 2015 61mm turbo w/ billet wheel : $3399

S300 kit w/ 63 or 66mm turbo w/ piping and dp : $4150

S300 kit w/ 63 or 66mm turbo w/ billet wheel, piping and dp : $4550

S300 kit like above with NO turbo : $3425


Maryland Performance Diesel:

NON vgt turbo kit 63-71mm cast or billet, new exhaust manifolds and piping : CALL for pricing


Snyder Performance Engineering (SPE):

Stock 2015 61mm turbo upgrade w/ new bearings : $2999

Stock 2015 61mm turbo w/ bearing upgrade, all piping, new intercooler and tuning : $4500
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I think you left out the best........CFD......
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Great quick reference post for all our turbo options!!
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I think you left out the best........CFD......
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Now I just need to know what HP each adds.
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Do the elite precision kits not come with a down pipe?
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Do the elite precision kits not come with a down pipe?
All our kits are 100% complete, to answer your question yes they include a full down pipe. We offer many other vgt and non vgt kits not listed.
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Also the 64/66 is a 64 comp wheel.
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Anyone know the difference between the Midwest & elite 2015 w/billet wheel besides $100?
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Why are the fleece and danville turbos so pricey?
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Why are the fleece and danville turbos so pricey?
Price of a new turbo plus all upgrades done to them.
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Great info here.....

If anyone has videos of any specific kit, PM me and I will edit the first post and attach them under the listed kit
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Anyone know the difference between the Midwest & elite 2015 w/billet wheel besides $100?

I can't speak for elite. But I am sure they are similar. Either one would perform very close on power.

We do have a larger option than the current 61mm TowMax vgt kit comin very soon. The StreetMax 64mm will be in testing within a week on my 2015. It will be reverse compatible back to the 11-14 with retrofit kits too.
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Elite also sells the upgraded piping for the tow max 15' turbo for $1100 I believe and say that it gains 30hp and 100 ft-lbs.
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I can't speak for elite. But I am sure they are similar. Either one would perform very close on power.

We do have a larger option than the current 61mm TowMax vgt kit comin very soon. The StreetMax 64mm will be in testing within a week on my 2015. It will be reverse compatible back to the 11-14 with retrofit kits too.

When you say "reverse compatible", you mean they are built to fit the 11-14 but can be used on the 15 by retrofitting it with certain 11-14 parts correct?
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It's a direct swap on a 15, the lower intake for sure changed on the 15. The kits make them fit the 11-14 trucks. Elite told me the kit comes with new up pipes and down pipe. Can't wait for it to get here!!


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Now I just need to know what HP each adds.
Here's more info on ours including dyno numbers. We also offer custom set ups not listed on our website.

http://powerstrokearmy.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=55053
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When you say "reverse compatible", you mean they are built to fit the 11-14 but can be used on the 15 by retrofitting it with certain 11-14 parts correct?

No. It uses the new 2015 style turbo. The 2015 turbo requires changing parts from the intake manifolds, exhaust manifolds, piping, pedestal and basically everything that pertains to the old style turbo to the new style.

We have had the first '15 turbo retrofit that was actually on a running truck and available to be sold as a complete kit. We have an inclusive kit that has all parts needed to run the new 61mm 2015 vgt on 2011-14 trucks.

We have had real world testing results and back to back dyno results for a while. We changed NOTHING but adding the 61mm TowMax billet vgt kit (not even a tuning change) and dynoed back to back and netted 70+ hp and 170+ ftlbs. Again, we changed NOTHING but turbo kits. Pretty solid gains and drivability is very good.

We've sold over ten of these kits so far for applications from daily drivers to f550 service trucks.

My only complaint is parts availability. We cannot keep them in stock as fast as we could sell them. So now we are having to tell people that they are backordered before they make the decision to buy.

Take a look at this thread from earlier this year for more details, pics and videos of the kit.

http://powerstrokearmy.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=52628

We will have a full stainless piping kit available in the next month that will work with 2011-14 trucks and 2015 trucks that use a '15 charger. It will replace the upper and lower intake manifolds. It will also be fully complete with the adapter to run your existing cold air intake or use a No-limit ect... Which will be a first if it's kind for piping. It will be available in raw or polished.



Here is a pic of the 61mm TowMax vgt sitting in the valley during installation on a 2011.
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Here is a stock '15 turbo.
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great list...

can all the work done to change turbos be done with the cab on?

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great list...

can all the work done to change turbos be done with the cab on?

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Great info...numbers would be great in the first post as well.
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Is there anything significant about the number of blades on a turbo?
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Wish these 15' kits could be warranty friendly. Cause otherwise might as well really upgrade.
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Wish these 15' kits could be warranty friendly. Cause otherwise might as well really upgrade.
I believe you can run them with emissions still intact with no tune.

Not sure how warranty would feel. Very by dealer I guess.
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Yea they can be run with all emissions. Just wish ford would understand. It's all FoMoCo parts.
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Yea they can be run with all emissions. Just wish ford would understand. It's all FoMoCo parts.
Technically you are still running all ford parts and tuning. You never modified it with aftermarket items. Depends on what its going in for, most techs would even notice.
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Thanks jcain for posting that list. I will have to start saving up.
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Technically you are still running all ford parts and tuning. You never modified it with aftermarket items. Depends on what its going in for, most techs would even notice.
This is what I thought. But would be my bad luck that they would notice it as they are used to messing with the 11-14 turbos because they change em often
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I don't think the up pipes for the 2015 are factory parts if I recall correctly
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I believe everything is a direct bolt on coming from a 2015.
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Wish these 15' kits could be warranty friendly. Cause otherwise might as well really upgrade.
IT probably would be if it were not for the fact the truck will go into regeneration more with a 15' turbo on a 11-14 truck with standard FOMOCO tuning.
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IT probably would be if it were not for the fact the truck will go into regeneration more with a 15' turbo on a 11-14 truck with standard FOMOCO tuning.
Wonder why this is. They could just put on the turbo and have a 15' flash for them.
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Wonder why this is. They could just put on the turbo and have a 15' flash for them.
Well, If Ford would do that... that would be great, however I can not see this happening with any make or model. They never go back and retrofit, they just come out with a new "year model" lol.

I suppose a fella could use MCC tuning and take a 15 flash and mimick it. But if your already at that point might as well build your own tune to make the 15 turbo respond as close to a 11-14 will.
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Yea. My point is warranty. Aughta be like a Ford Racing part.
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Yea. My point is warranty. Aughta be like a Ford Racing part.
i think FRPP have to be installed by a dealer to retain the warranty
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That would be fine also. If it retained the warranty
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I don't think the up pipes for the 2015 are factory parts if I recall correctly

They are..

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I believe everything is a direct bolt on coming from a 2015.

You are correct. As long as you have a kit. Otherwise nothing is the same. Heads on up they are different.
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Technically you are still running all ford parts and tuning. You never modified it with aftermarket items. Depends on what its going in for, most techs would even notice.
I actually think Morgan had mentioned before that you cant run the standard 11-14 Ford tuning when doing the 15 turbo swap with all the emissions intact. I think he mentioned that it throws low boost codes due to the quicker spool of the 11-14 turbos. So if you would be doing the 15 turbo swap on the 11-14 on a stock truck, youd need some type of tuning.
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I actually think Morgan had mentioned before that you cant run the standard 11-14 Ford tuning when doing the 15 turbo swap with all the emissions intact. I think he mentioned that it throws low boost codes due to the quicker spool of the 11-14 turbos. So if you would be doing the 15 turbo swap on the 11-14 on a stock truck, youd need some type of tuning.
Wonder if its the same with the billet. It should spin faster them oem 15.
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well, i was going to keep adding things like correlating dyno videos and information but my option to edit the first post has been taken. oh well.
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Wonder if its the same with the billet. It should spin faster them oem 15.
Not sure to be honest, I dont know which 15 turbo they tested on the stock 11-14 truck. Youd think the billet would help with that though.
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well, i was going to keep adding things like correlating dyno videos and information but my option to edit the first post has been taken. oh well.
Why cant you add the videos? I'm interested in checking those out
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Why cant you add the videos? I'm interested in checking those out
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The factory emissions on strategy doesn't quite jive with a '15 turbo. A simple *** on tuner like and h&s or sct makes it work right with a little added fuel while still being emissions compatible.
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The factory emissions on strategy doesn't quite jive with a '15 turbo. A simple *** on tuner like and h&s or sct makes it work right with a little added fuel while still being emissions compatible.
So, would u say that it would be noticed by a ford tech or service advisor easily. Of course u could look at the difference but I mean by a test drive.
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Yep. It doesn't drive like a 11-14 truck.

You guys need to understand. Ford will not warranty ANYTHING that did not come on that truck from the factory. It doesn't matter if they are ford parts or not. If you want warranty then you gotta stay stock. That goes for any platform. Please we don't need anymore warranty questions. It's just getting peoples hopes up.
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I'm just trying to figure out what is my best option cause I already toasted one turbo with only 43k on the clock. It cost me money to go in for warranty because it's my welding truck so it's not safe in my opinion to stay with the hunk of **** 11-14 turbo. If if would drive normal I have a good dealer to cover warranty. I just want longevity. As in no worry longevity. And I'm trying to get my hopes to come true or dropped so this is the reason for the questions. When these kits came about on Facebook it was said that they could be installed on a stock truck with no tuning required. That was false hope.
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I'm just trying to figure out what is my best option cause I already toasted one turbo with only 43k on the clock. It cost me money to go in for warranty because it's my welding truck so it's not safe in my opinion to stay with the hunk of **** 11-14 turbo. If if would drive normal I have a good dealer to cover warranty. I just want longevity. As in no worry longevity. And I'm trying to get my hopes to come true or dropped so this is the reason for the questions. When these kits came about on Facebook it was said that they could be installed on a stock truck with no tuning required. That was false hope.

Yep and that was stated by people who had not tested them. We have and that is our real world results. They do not need special turbo specific tunes, just more fuel on a hotter tune to help the turbo be in its efficiency range. That or find a way to flash a 2015 engine file on the truck.

Either way I'm being very realistic that there will be zero warranty support from ford. Either keep running 11-14 turbos and let your dealer fix them. Or do a '15 swap and take it upon yourself. It sucks but it is that nature of the aftermarket world.
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I would say if you're tuned, you may as we'll upgrade to these kits if you're not looking for an all out race truck as your warranty is gone anyway. Another added bonus is for people who have emissions as we do here every year, it only takes me an hour and a half to return to *** on tuning so I can take her through emissions, then I come home and swap everything back out. I lost a turbo 2 weeks ago on my truck with just over 21k miles. Left it as it sat I had it towed to the dealer thinking maybe since I've bought a few vehicles from them, my meticulous care for said vehicles, and the fact I don't beat on them(I have a race car for that) maybe they'd help a little. Instead I got a quote for a new engine of $18k + tax without them looking real hard as I got dear in the headlight looks when I asked what led them to that conclusion and what they actually did to find these results. So since my warranty is gone, engine is fine (verified by my Blackstone report) which is done every oil change, I'm happy to bolt this kit up and have some peace of mind. In the long run, I'm better off not running another 11-14 turbo. Im sure the failure rate of those turbos is the main reason they went with a tried and true design that has been around many years. Elite is waiting on my down pipe to come in and then I'll be in business and I can't wait!!!

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I'm just trying to figure out what is my best option cause I already toasted one turbo with only 43k on the clock. It cost me money to go in for warranty because it's my welding truck so it's not safe in my opinion to stay with the hunk of **** 11-14 turbo. If if would drive normal I have a good dealer to cover warranty. I just want longevity. As in no worry longevity. And I'm trying to get my hopes to come true or dropped so this is the reason for the questions. When these kits came about on Facebook it was said that they could be installed on a stock truck with no tuning required. That was false hope.
I am trying to get custom tunes but I'm still running canned H&S tunes on my truck and I have Morgans '15 turbo with a billet wheel and I've put 5k miles on it in the month I've had it. Been doing great, I no longer haze at idle and it runs much stronger, especially loaded. I don't question my reliability anymore running down the road with horses on the trailer.

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Yep and that was stated by people who had not tested them. We have and that is our real world results. They do not need special turbo specific tunes, just more fuel on a hotter tune to help the turbo be in its efficiency range. That or find a way to flash a 2015 engine file on the truck.

Either way I'm being very realistic that there will be zero warranty support from ford. Either keep running 11-14 turbos and let your dealer fix them. Or do a '15 swap and take it upon yourself. It sucks but it is that nature of the aftermarket world.
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It seems to be hit or miss or maybe the altitude that causes people to lose turbos.

I have seen trucks tuned for over 100k running the og 35psi tunes with no issues.
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I have seen trucks tuned for over 100k running the og 35psi tunes with no issues.
^^^This is what I can't wrap my head around. I have pulled a lot with my truck and didn't have any trouble. I ******d 5k miles before my turbo went out. I'll admit I didn't have the newest update that as supposed to take stress off the turbo but I was just shocked that it went out that soon. It has me scared to put the mini and flo pro back on.
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Mine just went, no smoking, noises, nothing to indicate it was on its way out. I don't beat the piss out of it and let it cool down before shutting it off. Luckily I wasn't far from home when it went (1/2 mile) with the boat hooked up. I'll feel better with the more reliable turbo under the hood for sure though.



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Mine just went, no smoking, noises, nothing to indicate it was on its way out. I don't beat the piss out of it and let it cool down before shutting it off. Luckily I wasn't far from home when it went (1/2 mile) with the boat hooked up. I'll feel better with the more reliable turbo under the hood for sure though.



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You guys are too nice to them..... Gotta treat it like a hooker....
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Or a redheaded step child........
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KEM performance has one as well... Might add it to the list

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So I just removed my turbo, still waiting on my 15 kit to get here. Are the stock up pipes reused or are they different from the 11-14 up pipes? Looks like in the pics that the upper up pipe is new but in Elites description of their kit, it only says down pipe is included. I tried calling Elite but they're gone for the day. Figured someone that has done it can answer before I take mine off. And as a side note for anyone contemplating this upgrade, the turbo comes out super easy. I had everything removed minus the driver side up pipe in 2 hours.



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So I just removed my turbo, still waiting on my 15 kit to get here. Are the stock up pipes reused or are they different from the 11-14 up pipes? Looks like in the pics that the upper up pipe is new but in Elites description of their kit, it only says down pipe is included. I tried calling Elite but they're gone for the day. Figured someone that has done it can answer before I take mine off. And as a side note for anyone contemplating this upgrade, the turbo comes out super easy. I had everything removed minus the driver side up pipe in 2 hours.



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Up pipes are replaced, down pipe is replaced as well. Here is a pic of mine. I believe one manifold and both up pipes are replaced, feed lines, pedestal, and yea idk the names of others.


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What is the main advantages of the precision turbos? Is anyone running a precision on a 6.7 dd street truck? I am in the market for a kit. I want the best, but have no clue which one that is. I want to tow 14k occasionally. I want 650 rwhp minimum, and I want it to last. Oh, and I don't want it to bellow smoke all the time. I'm not concerned with the extra cost, as long as I am getting something for it.

I am scared to make the wrong choice. How easy is it to change turbos on the elite kit? will any t4 turbo bolt up? Is this a divided setup? I am a turbo kit virgin. Be gentle.
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What is the main advantages of the precision turbos? Is anyone running a precision on a 6.7 dd street truck? I am in the market for a kit. I want the best, but have no clue which one that is. I want to tow 14k occasionally. I want 650 rwhp minimum, and I want it to last. Oh, and I don't want it to bellow smoke all the time. I'm not concerned with the extra cost, as long as I am getting something for it.

I am scared to make the wrong choice. How easy is it to change turbos on the elite kit? will any t4 turbo bolt up? Is this a divided setup? I am a turbo kit virgin. Be gentle.
well the precision turbos are definitely top notch, but at the moment not for offer if you're referring to the 2015 retro kit. I think you're getting the full turbo kit like MPD and elite offer , with the factory 2015 kit that this thread is about. pm me and I can get you straight on what your options are. its pretty simple, the 2015 kit , just retrofits the 11-14 to allow the factory 15+ kit to fit, allowing for the 15 turbo option which is a better turbo. the other kits are COMPLETE replacement units with new mounting , piping, downpipe, and intake. pretty much different animals. your goals should dictate what kit you choose. let me know if I can help more with clarifying. I sell them all !!
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well the precision turbos are definitely top notch, but at the moment not for offer if you're referring to the 2015 retro kit. I think you're getting the full turbo kit like MPD and elite offer , with the factory 2015 kit that this thread is about.
This is the 11-14 master list thread. I have a 14. I will pm you.
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Are the stock 15 turbos worth anything to you Morgan . I have 3000 mi on mine with no towing.
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Core charge is $250 if that is worth anything to you.
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Ok thanks Morgan I will be contacting you when tunes are available for this truck
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Ok, that's not very far from now...
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Is there somewhere to send a bearing failed 11-14 charger and recover the core charge? Only thing I held onto after the swap was the turbo in hopes of getting the core back for it.



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I can't get core for them.
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Conversation piece it is then!!


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Lol yes that it would be.
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Elite Diesel:

Stock 2015 61mm turbo upgrade : $2799

Stock 2015 61mm turbo w/ billet wheel : $3499

Garrett GT3794 64.7mm turbo w/ piping, dp, air filter, and fuel filter relocate : $5200

Garrett GT4094 67.8mm turbo w/ piping, dp, air filter, and fuel filter relocate : $5600

Garrett Danville 72mm turbo w/ piping, dp, air filter, and fuel filter relocate: $6600

Fleece Cheetah 63mm turbo w/ piping, dp, air filter, and fuel filter relocate, Designed for 2.5 Sled Pulling class : $6400

Precision Turbo 6466 turbo (non vgt 66mm) w/ pedestal, piping, air filter, and fuel filter relocate : $6250

Precision Turbo 7168 turbo (non vgt 71mm) w/ pedestal, piping, 39mm wastegate, air filter, and fuel filter relocate : $7500

Precision Turbo 7668 turbo (non vgt 76mm) w/ pedestal, piping, 39mm wastegate, air filter, and fuel filter relocate : $7500


Industrial Injection:

ADDS a Borgwarner S475 turbo to your existing factory turbo and comes with everything needed : $4250


Midwest Diesel:

Stock 2015 61mm turbo upgrade 11-14 kit : $2799

2015 61mm turbo w/ billet wheel (TowMax) 11-14 kit : $3399

2015 61mm turbo w/ billet wheel (TowMax) 2015 : $2500

2015 64mm 6 blade billet wheel (StreetMax) 11-14 kit : $3799

2015 64mm 6 blade billet wheel (StreetMax) 2015 : $2900

S300 kit w/ 63 or 66mm turbo w/ piping and dp : $4150

S300 kit w/ 63 or 66mm turbo w/ billet wheel, piping and dp : $4550

S300 kit like above with NO turbo : $3425


Maryland Performance Diesel:

NON vgt turbo kit 63-71mm cast or billet, new exhaust manifolds and piping : CALL for pricing


Snyder Performance Engineering (SPE):

Stock 2015 61mm turbo upgrade w/ new bearings : $2999

Stock 2015 61mm turbo w/ bearing upgrade, all piping, new intercooler and tuning : $4500
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Non-VGT Cast 366 (66-73-.91 T4) $4,199.98
Non-VGT Cast 363 (68-68-.91 T4) $4,299.98
Non-VGT FMW S365 (65-68-.90 T4) $4,704.99
Non-VGT FMW S367 (67-73-.90 T4) $4,817.49
Non-VGT FMW S371 (67-73-.91 T4) $4,857.99
Non-VGT FMW S467 (67-83-.91 T4) $5249.99

Stock 2015 VGT- $2,299.99
Stock 2015 VGT with Upgraded intercooler piping- $3,299.99


Upgraded Intercooler- $1,000

For our "12 days of savings" we will be offering a free upgrade to any S300 FMW charger with the purchase of a cast S366....So for $4,199.98 you can get any FMW S300 you want.

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Those are good prices. What would labor cost (ballpark) to install the '15 VGT turbo and all the necessary parts on my '14. I just need basic labor cost for now at least so I know how much to budget.
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$100 per hour would cover it?
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I should rephrase that and say $100 per hour is average in my area so i can use that as a starting point.
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Be interested to see how this turns out for ya.
It's all finished up. Ran great the first day of running but I'm now having some wiring issues
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Has anyone ran the barder set up on stock fuel?
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Has anyone ran the barder set up on stock fuel?
I'm running the streetmax on stock fuel.
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I'm running the streetmax on stock fuel.
Is it a significant difference between the stock turbo? Gettin ready to pull the trigger on a new turbo and i just dont want to spend the money on something where i regret that i would have bought something better.
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Has anyone ran the barder set up on stock fuel?

Yes I have and have sold some to others with stock fuel. It's a vgt so it works fine. Your just 200hp shy of its full potential.


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Is it a significant difference between the stock turbo? Gettin ready to pull the trigger on a new turbo and i just dont want to spend the money on something where i regret that i would have bought something better.
I would say there is a good difference but also will point out tunning plays a big role. With the streetmax your looking at 600hp with the proper amount of fuel.
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Here is a stock '15 turbo.
I recently purchased a turbo from a nearby shop and its a 64mm 2015 style but it doesent have the inlet face machined out, it looks just like the factory turbo face as in the pic above but with a billet wheel. I called the shop and they said they dont machine the faces of the inlet anymore like in the pic above. Is this more restrictive to air flow or does it even make a damn? Just wondering if i should send it back and tell them to machine it or if its even worth messing with. Any input is appreciated, thank you.
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I recently purchased a turbo from a nearby shop and its a 64mm 2015 style but it doesent have the inlet face machined out, it looks just like the factory turbo face as in the pic above but with a billet wheel. I called the shop and they said they dont machine the faces of the inlet anymore like in the pic above. Is this more restrictive to air flow or does it even make a damn? Just wondering if i should send it back and tell them to machine it or if its even worth messing with. Any input is appreciated, thank you.

Yes it does make a difference. I would consider it.


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Is it accurate that the Aurora is capable of 700hp with the same mods as it would take for a Midwest 65.5 to get to 600-650? Thanks!
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Is it accurate that the Aurora is capable of 700hp with the same mods as it would take for a Midwest 65.5 to get to 600-650? Thanks!
not really , no. it's probaly going to be maxed out around 625-650 , it's just a billet borg warner s364 .
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I recently bought a prototype turbo kit with piping from pusher intakes for my truck. Itís a 366/80/.91- I haveThe standard non-Vgt file from my tuner. My question is should I be dialing this in more than just a standard tune. Fuel is stock and is a 14. It runs good. It does not run out of fuel like it used to with the old turbo either


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I recently bought a prototype turbo kit with piping from pusher intakes for my truck. Itís a 366/80/.91- I haveThe standard non-Vgt file from my tuner. My question is should I be dialing this in more than just a standard tune. Fuel is stock and is a 14. It runs good. It does not run out of fuel like it used to with the old turbo either


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what was the old turbo ? i'd love to hear how a turbo makes it so you dont run out of fuel.
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I believe Midwest does, been meaning to hit them up on a tune. Just been running H&s tunes with a little turbo lag. I have the 15+ pump and intercooler piping.
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I believe Midwest does, been meaning to hit them up on a tune. Just been running H&s tunes with a little turbo lag. I have the 15+ pump and intercooler piping.
Since Morgan's passing, Midwest no longer has a tuner..
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Since Morgan's passing, Midwest no longer has a tuner..


Theyíre still tuning..


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what was the old turbo ? i'd love to hear how a turbo makes it so you dont run out of fuel.


Old turbo was stock dual inlet turbo. When I say run out of fuel I could not hold rail pressure with the stock turbo. With my file now I can maintain real pressure without any p-0087. I donít quite get what you are asking about a turbo not making it run out of fuel but I work on gas engines and I know if you put a different turbo on a gas engine that produce more boost in a different power band you would definitely need to tweak some things in fuel mapping/ timing/ etc. . Iím asking a question. Iím not trying to be a know it all. If you have an answer that makes sense Iíd love to hear it.


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Old turbo was stock dual inlet turbo. When I say run out of fuel I could not hold rail pressure with the stock turbo. With my file now I can maintain real pressure without any p-0087. I donít quite get what you are asking about a turbo not making it run out of fuel but I work on gas engines and I know if you put a different turbo on a gas engine that produce more boost in a different power band you would definitely need to tweak some things in fuel mapping/ timing/ etc. . Iím asking a question. Iím not trying to be a know it all. If you have an answer that makes sense Iíd love to hear it.


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turbo has absolutely nothing to do with holding rail pressure. must have been a bad tune and now a good tune with new turbo . the only thing that effects rail, is fuel pumps , injectors , control valves, and tuning of said items .
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