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6.4 compounds on a 6.0?

With the right amount of rigging could this ever work?
Just crossed my mind thought I would ask

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Re: 6.4 compounds on a 6.0?

sure it could work....is it worth it...no


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Re: 6.4 compounds on a 6.0?

Exactly what Brent said, I'd just do your own custom set-up.

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Re: 6.4 compounds on a 6.0?

depending on your goals they might be worth it, they are a bit more responsive than a stock single VGT turbo, and they probably flow a tiny bit more air, but 500 hp is pushing the stock turbos as is, so if your goals are 450 hp or 500 hp then maybe but i would think that your stock turbo would be good enough.

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depending on your goals they might be worth it, they are a bit more responsive than a stock single VGT turbo, and they probably flow a tiny bit more air, but 500 hp is pushing the stock turbos as is, so if your goals are 450 hp or 500 hp then maybe but i would think that your stock turbo would be good enough.
I just had a chance to pic one up for 500.00 so I thought of trying it

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Re: 6.4 compounds on a 6.0?

if you could find a 6.4 pedistle for the oil drains and the mount it might be pretty easy as well as some 6.4 uppipes, controlling it might be a different story 500 bucks aint bad...

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if you could find a 6.4 pedistle for the oil drains and the mount it might be pretty easy as well as some 6.4 uppipes, controlling it might be a different story 500 bucks aint bad...
has low miles on it as well. I might pick it up

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has low miles on it as well. I might pick it up
might be worth it, if i had the cash i would probably buy them but i dont

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have fun controlling the actuator


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