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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 09-19-2007, 08:22 PM Thread Starter
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Question TN BB

just looking for some input.
Do you guys think it is worth the extra 500 +/- for the ball bearing turbo vs. the thrust bearing TN turbo.
I am in the market and am looking for something that awhile. Also will this perform well with stock sticks or will i need to upgrade soon?
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Re: TN BB

Definitely worth it.Spool up is great, thats even with some boost leaks I have created on my truck.
Dont have stock sticks but you would not have to upgrade them for the BB.


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Re: TN BB

How big do you think i could go as far as sticks and still be daily driver?
I was looking on BWD and this looks like a good turbo to start with and eventually TWINS.

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Re: TN BB

what the hell is that thing in your avatar?

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Re: TN BB

quad turbo 7.3 in a rail dragster!
With a BTS trans

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Re: TN BB

A TN BB and a set of Hybrids will be a great DD set up, thats what I am kinda running...

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Re: TN BB

two questions:
where did you get your injectors?
what would be the best big oil to run if needed?

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Re: TN BB

Hmmmmmmm, looks like Wide Opens engine in your avatar?

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Re: TN BB

yes it is. I was going to go work for them but had a couple of issues with salary. I like going down to their shop and see what they got going on. they are doing some awesome things with the 7.3.

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Re: TN BB

Yes, they are.
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