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7.3 compound setup?

Any ideas what would make a good setup on a 7.3 with 400/400s? Say with an s366 as a high pressure and what as a low? S475? Just thinking of what would pair up and what housings to run, and still meet the rules which is max inducer of 3" on low pressure turbo. Any ideas??
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H2E on the high side with an S480 for the low.... just have an 3.0 comp cover machined for the 80

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Any ideas what would make a good setup on a 7.3 with 400/400s? Say with an s366 as a high pressure and what as a low? S475? Just thinking of what would pair up and what housings to run, and still meet the rules which is max inducer of 3" on low pressure turbo. Any ideas??
GT4202 and GT47 or GT4508 and GT55.

Cheaper route would be S470 and S480 or an S500!

400/400 is not exactly a daily driver injector, that is why my high pressure would be bigger.

Sounds like fun

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70mm and 88mm. GT4508 and GT55.

Cheaper route would be S470 and S480 or an S500!

400/400 is not exactly a daily driver injector, that is why my high pressure would be bigger.

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Re: 7.3 compound setup?

Well Carson is building my motor and we are going with 400/400s with a clipped s475 w/88 exhaust wheel, still undecided on the exhaust housing size yet, but i already tore out all my AC and blower motor crap on that side of the engine bay so i hate to not run a compound setup in the future for sacrificing heat and ac if you know what i mean. Im going to make it worth my while. The truck is going to be a partial daily driver and puller on the weekends, A am going to experiment with some turbos here in the future. Just trying to gather info and maybe some parts in the meantime.. Thanks for the input.
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my old setup was 66mm h2e with an s595 i believe

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so whats the new setup?

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how did that setup run with what injectors? Im trying to figure out what housings and turbine wheel sizes would pair up nicely and where to wastegate if needed....
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so whats the new setup?
Oh maybe a couple leaf blowers or big shop vacs i havent decided

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how did that setup run with what injectors? Im trying to figure out what housings and turbine wheel sizes would pair up nicely and where to wastegate if needed....
i dont know what the injectors were, something from casserly. It ran pretty good, i towed with it on several occasions.

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how did that setup run with what injectors? Im trying to figure out what housings and turbine wheel sizes would pair up nicely and where to wastegate if needed....
The sticks were 350/400 B-codes....

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