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200cc Injectors and ??????

I recently installed 200cc injectors and now i am needing a turbo. I am waiting to get tunes till i get the turbo so what turbo do i get. I was considering a powermax just for the cost and ease of install. I was also looking at a bullseye 64mm turbo, they have two differet version. I tow a mud truck maybe three times a year, and otherwise just a daily driver and weekend play toy. So when i tow i will take it easy. Also considering water meth to lower the egt's and an extra power adder. Just wondering. Also the cheaper the price the better. Thats also why the powermax is taaking the lead. Thanks Guys.

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Re: 200cc Injectors and ??????

power max is a good option, I had hypermax 190 cc in my 6.0 and had a stage two vgt then an elite HO, both great turbos. Elites was too big to tow with. I also used water meth and it worked great, but really it is not needed... my buddy runs a power max with 190cc inj and he tows everyday, and it works awesome... just do research and do it right the first time..

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That is gonna suck to tow with!!

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Re: 200cc Injectors and ??????

IMO, I'd go with a 64mm non vgt turbo with a .70 housing on it. It is going to suck towing, but with water/meth, it would be a lot better. When I had my 190's and 62/70 non VGT, it sucked towing my brothers truck down to Texas. Ran about 1,300* the whole way down!

The powermax is a great turbo, but you will run out of air on top quickly unlike you will with the non VGT. Just my opinion.

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Not sure if it's available or not but if possible get a diverter valve for a 64mm non-VGT turbo. As already mentioned you will get way more air up top than with a powermax. It will cost more than the powermax but IMO should, if set up right, be able to handle the towing duties you would need it for and give some good ponies for the street. Just my $.02

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Re: 200cc Injectors and ??????

for a fun dd toy, the powermax is a perfect match for my 190's (mine were actually flowed a little more than 190.) great spool up and decent temps. could use some air on the top end but it still flows pretty close to a 64. also, I dyno'd 534 / 1211 yesterday with my setup.

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I wouldn't go powermax with anything over 190s, but for towing purposes the VGT will help. If you tow though, the best option overall would be a set of twins IMO

Just for starters though, what's the heaviest you would be towing and how far? on average

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for a fun dd toy, the powermax is a perfect match for my 190's (mine were actually flowed a little more than 190.) great spool up and decent temps. could use some air on the top end but it still flows pretty close to a 64. also, I dyno'd 534 / 1211 yesterday with my setup.
Thats kinda the power i was looking for. Ya i would like the powermax for the cost. and even if i get it and run it for a while then it comes time for an upgrade it seems like the powermax has a good resell value.

As for towing I tow a 1974 f150, regular cab long bed, trailer is only rated for 7k maybe anywhere from 50-150 miles. then maybe once in 4-5 years i will go cross country with that to move for the navy. and thats probably what it is at. So i dont tow that much anyways.

EGT probe should get here tomorrow hopefully and install it then see what egts are with stock turbo. If i can get a 64mm non vgt with a t3 housing so i can get the diverter valve for later that would be good. probably the best situation but i am working around the 1k value range maybe up to 1500 for the right turbo. Thanks for all the input though.

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well a 64mm with diverter valve is going to run you over 2k easy. The BD valve alone is 700
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Ya that's why I am hoping to get a 64mm non vgt then get a diverted valve later. As money come s in

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