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Question Need some help deciding which Modded H2E

I am trying to decide between the 70mm/17cm and a 66mm/17cm version of the modded H2E.

Any input woud be appreciated. I tow so that is important. I am trying to see if anyone has run any of these two turbos.

I know Luke ran the 66mm. Thanks again Luke for all of the great info you have PM'd me and the call.


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I know Luke ran the 66mm. Thanks again Luke for all of the great info you have PM'd me and the call.
How about posting the gist of it here so the rest of us can learn.
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Luke,

What size intake plenums are you running? What do you have done to the engine? And what do you dyno with your combo? I am looking for about the same setup as you. My biggest worry is I tow. I don't want to have EGT issues because the turbo won't spool.

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When i was running the hybrid h2e, the engine had- 3" plenums, fully built engine, and dynoed 550rwhp with a stock hpop. Oh, the truck had 3.55 gears ('96 f250) and i still had no major problems towing with it. The truck weighed any where between 20k-24k gross, so it was defiantly getting worked out. If you have 4.10 or 3.73's i really think the turbo will work fine.

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Luke also has the 71. we have a larger turbine wheel for it now as well that should cure surge issues.

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Luke also has the 71. we have a larger turbine wheel for it now as well that should cure surge issues.
71mm H2E? Or K31?

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Its a 300 but 300 and H2 are real close to the same thing. Regardless the wheel is the same.

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Luke also has the 71. we have a larger turbine wheel for it now as well that should cure surge issues.
uhh cost?

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Re: Need some help deciding which Modded H2E

Strokin- Isn't the 17cm housing stock for the h2e turbo? Seems to me with your b-codes you would need a little bigger housing wouldn't you? Or do you want to stick with the 17 for even quicker spool up?
Reason I ask is because I have stg1 injectors 3.55gears and 35inch tires and the spool up on my set up isn't bad at all, however I have such a bad exhuast leak at the up-pipe I have to turn the radio up to hear over it. Just picking your brain for the reason for your planned set up. Thanks Tyler

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Re: Need some help deciding which Modded H2E

17cm Stock exhaust housing for towing, ie...spool up. The modded H2E was recommended my Bean and Cale.

The sledscreamer and 71mm s300/k31 hybrid have a 19cm housing. My concern is surge and lag while towing. The modded H2 has no reports of surging while the others surge some.

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Re: Need some help deciding which Modded H2E

Well it sounds like the modded H2E is the way for you to go.

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