2015 turbo torque specs

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Anyone know the turbo to pedestal torque specs? Also the 2015 turbo doesn't need a oil feel line anymore so it comes with a small filter which I assume goes in between the pedestal and turbo.
 

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Do you have a pic of the oil filter? I just installed a turbo with the internal oil supply and I didn't get this filter part or see where it would go.
Turbo to block is 41 lb-ft in sequence; drivers side front of truck 1st, passenger side rear 2nd, passenger side front 3rd, drivers side rear 4th. Up pipe and down pipes are 133 in lbs.
 

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Do you have a pic of the oil filter? I just installed a turbo with the internal oil supply and I didn't get this filter part or see where it would go.
Turbo to block is 41 lb-ft in sequence; drivers side front of truck 1st, passenger side rear 2nd, passenger side front 3rd, drivers side rear 4th. Up pipe and down pipes are 133 in lbs.

Thanks, do you happen to have turbo to pedestal mount torque specs? I'll have to get a picture tomorrow. When I was searching for the part number thinking someone might have the same questions, I came across this link. It's not really a filter just a mesh screen pretty much. http://ford.oemdtc.com/2062/turboch...ford-f-super-duty-2016-f-650f-750-6-7l-diesel
 

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Anyone know the turbo to pedestal torque specs? Also the 2015 turbo doesn't need a oil feel line anymore so it comes with a small filter which I assume goes in between the pedestal and turbo.

2015-2016 require oil feed. 17+ do not. The 17+ is a direct swap into an 11+ tho
 

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2015-2016 require oil feed. 17+ do not. The 17+ is a direct swap into an 11+ tho
Really. So I can swap a 17 turbo directly into my 14 huh. What's the power gain?

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Really. So I can swap a 17 turbo directly into my 14 huh. What's the power gain?

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let me rephrase.....the turbo pedestal bolt pattern is the same on all years of 6.7. You still need to do the retro kit to accept a 15 up turbo in a 14 down truck.

the oil feed that is referenced, used to come out of the 15-16 pedestal at the bottom and feed into the top of the turbo. the 17+ turbos no longer have the port on top of the turbo to accept the oil feed line, nor do they have an oil feed line coming out of the pedestal. It is all done thru the pedestal (feed and return are on the bottom of the turbo)

in a nutshell, you cant use a 15-16 turbo on a 17+ pedestal and vice versa.
 

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let me rephrase.....the turbo pedestal bolt pattern is the same on all years of 6.7. You still need to do the retro kit to accept a 15 up turbo in a 14 down truck.

the oil feed that is referenced, used to come out of the 15-16 pedestal at the bottom and feed into the top of the turbo. the 17+ turbos no longer have the port on top of the turbo to accept the oil feed line, nor do they have an oil feed line coming out of the pedestal. It is all done thru the pedestal (feed and return are on the bottom of the turbo)

in a nutshell, you cant use a 15-16 turbo on a 17+ pedestal and vice versa.
Gotcha. Good info!

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let me rephrase.....the turbo pedestal bolt pattern is the same on all years of 6.7. You still need to do the retro kit to accept a 15 up turbo in a 14 down truck.

the oil feed that is referenced, used to come out of the 15-16 pedestal at the bottom and feed into the top of the turbo. the 17+ turbos no longer have the port on top of the turbo to accept the oil feed line, nor do they have an oil feed line coming out of the pedestal. It is all done thru the pedestal (feed and return are on the bottom of the turbo)

in a nutshell, you cant use a 15-16 turbo on a 17+ pedestal and vice versa.

What about this wire mesh filter, is it actually needed? So do you know the torque specs for mating the turbo and pedestal together?.
 

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Do you have a pic of the oil filter? I just installed a turbo with the internal oil supply and I didn't get this filter part or see where it would go.
Turbo to block is 41 lb-ft in sequence; drivers side front of truck 1st, passenger side rear 2nd, passenger side front 3rd, drivers side rear 4th. Up pipe and down pipes are 133 in lbs.

Best pictures I could get
 

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Install the 2 new pedestal-to-turbocharger bolts and washers and tighten in 2 stages.
Stage 1: Tighten to 10 Nm (89 lb-in).
Stage 2: Tighten an additional 180 degrees.
 

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Install the 2 new pedestal-to-turbocharger bolts and washers and tighten in 2 stages.
Stage 1: Tighten to 10 Nm (89 lb-in).
Stage 2: Tighten an additional 180 degrees.

I appreciate it but I ended up putting 30pounds on them. I used my torque wrench to measure the torque off my old turbo. I finished it today, wish I would have gotten this kit sooner.
 

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