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post #1 of 77 (permalink) Old 07-26-2007, 12:43 AM Thread Starter
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twin turbo for 7.3

does any one know any thing about long island diesel performances twin turbo or any body else make one or is it werth it
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i personally would stay away from lipd

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Re: twin turbo for 7.3

Black widow diesel has a few options for twins:
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i personally would stay away from lipd
Because of their twins or other reasons?

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i was kidding. i have no experience with them...

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Re: twin turbo for 7.3

They told me their twins would not put out as much CFM as my GT42R. And that it was intended for a virtually stock truck that wanted to get rid of the lag.

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Re: twin turbo for 7.3

I didn't think their twins used a CAC either.

I bought a new H2E from them and it wasn't pretty but after a while it got worked out.

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They told me their twins would not put out as much CFM as my GT42R. And that it was intended for a virtually stock truck that wanted to get rid of the lag.
Unluess the trims are all eFed up, the big one otta flow a little better than that...

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You can get a 42 with a 96lb wheel. That's a pretty good bit of air.
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