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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 12-22-2009, 12:19 AM Thread Starter
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turbo ?in

goin to be gettin some sticks soon. so go with the 38r or go with a stock turbo with the high flow outlet 1.00a/r non ebv and ported housing or something better?

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Re: turbo ?in

what sticks?
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post #3 of 39 (permalink) Old 12-22-2009, 12:38 AM Thread Starter
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Re: turbo ?in

di's mini me(stage 3)

2002 psd,4x4 ECSB
DP-TUNED
4" lift 35" tires
3.73 gears
cervinis 3" cowl hood
fuel pressure-pyro-trans-boost
Full 4" exhaust
K&N fipk
Strictly diesel "bowl delete" regulated return
FASS system
cutsom built trans
stealth stage2 (big oil)
di's up pipes
38r with wicked wheel 2
6.0 trans-cooler
ccv moved
swamps modded idm
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Re: turbo ?in

You better go with a 38r. I don't think a stock turbo will last long with mini me's even with the other parts.

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Re: turbo ?in

ok is there any other good opitions out there?

2002 psd,4x4 ECSB
DP-TUNED
4" lift 35" tires
3.73 gears
cervinis 3" cowl hood
fuel pressure-pyro-trans-boost
Full 4" exhaust
K&N fipk
Strictly diesel "bowl delete" regulated return
FASS system
cutsom built trans
stealth stage2 (big oil)
di's up pipes
38r with wicked wheel 2
6.0 trans-cooler
ccv moved
swamps modded idm
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Re: turbo ?in

I just noticed you have an 02 with PMR's and DP tuning. And you are getting Hybrids.

I don't think the turbo is what you should be worrying about. Good luck

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Re: turbo ?in

yea havin jody tune it for that

2002 psd,4x4 ECSB
DP-TUNED
4" lift 35" tires
3.73 gears
cervinis 3" cowl hood
fuel pressure-pyro-trans-boost
Full 4" exhaust
K&N fipk
Strictly diesel "bowl delete" regulated return
FASS system
cutsom built trans
stealth stage2 (big oil)
di's up pipes
38r with wicked wheel 2
6.0 trans-cooler
ccv moved
swamps modded idm
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Re: turbo ?in

Might wanna do a little readin bud

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post #9 of 39 (permalink) Old 12-24-2009, 01:25 AM Thread Starter
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Re: turbo ?in

Why do u say that? Jody can detune it right?

2002 psd,4x4 ECSB
DP-TUNED
4" lift 35" tires
3.73 gears
cervinis 3" cowl hood
fuel pressure-pyro-trans-boost
Full 4" exhaust
K&N fipk
Strictly diesel "bowl delete" regulated return
FASS system
cutsom built trans
stealth stage2 (big oil)
di's up pipes
38r with wicked wheel 2
6.0 trans-cooler
ccv moved
swamps modded idm
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post #10 of 39 (permalink) Old 12-24-2009, 01:31 AM
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Re: turbo ?in

I've heard of tooooo many carnage stories

Others run the piss out of there truck and have no issues. I wont take my chances, Matts handling my tuning needs

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