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.84 housing on gtp38r??

Anyone try this? Likes, dislikes.
Its going in an intercooled OBS truck with stage2s and pulls a Bass boat on the weekends at 3500' and up above sea level.

It came with a 1.0 but have the option of trading housings before it gets ran.

It doesn't have egt problems now with a stock turbo with 1.0 housing, also has water/meth on it.

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Re: .84 housing on gtp38r??

You do NOT want a .84 housing on there. The 1.00 will work good for your set up, but I would even recomend the 1.15 housing.

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Anyone try this? Likes, dislikes.
Its going in an intercooled OBS truck with stage2s and pulls a Bass boat on the weekends at 3500' and up above sea level.

It came with a 1.0 but have the option of trading housings before it gets ran.

It doesn't have egt problems now with a stock turbo with 1.0 housing, also has water/meth on it.
I think it is one of the worst ideas I've heard. But I do know of someone who did it and says he likes it.

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Charles in 3....2....1

the 1.00 is plenty fast spooling....
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1.0 or 1.15

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Anyone try this? Likes, dislikes.
Its going in an intercooled OBS truck with stage2s and pulls a Bass boat on the weekends at 3500' and up above sea level.

It came with a 1.0 but have the option of trading housings before it gets ran.

It doesn't have egt problems now with a stock turbo with 1.0 housing, also has water/meth on it.
You have a 1.0 on the stock turbo now and the BB should spool as quick or quicker than what you have now. Don't screw with it.

If for some reason you decide later you want to try a .84 you can find stock .84 housing pretty easy. They are the same for the stock 99.5 - 03 turbo and the 38R.

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Ok I believe you guys. This is going on a buddies truck,(my old truck,somehow I get drug in to his hop-up projects) he bought a 38r from industrial injections and Shane is trying to convince him to go with the .84. Says it one of their custom cut housings??
I'm trying to convince him other wise.

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Says it one of their custom cut housings??
Do you know what is custom about it?

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Ok I believe you guys. This is going on a buddies truck,(my old truck,somehow I get drug in to his hop-up projects) he bought a 38r from industrial injections and Shane is trying to convince him to go with the .84. Says it one of their custom cut housings??
I'm trying to convince him other wise.
tell industrial it's not for a 5.9 liter engine...lol
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He gave in. Cody told him to leave it alone. Its going on with the 1.0

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