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does any one know any thing about long island diesel performances twin turbo or any body else make one or is it werth it
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Love that sig, lol:

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They told me their twins would not put out as much CFM as my GT42R. And that it was intended for a virtually stock truck that wanted to get rid of the lag.
 

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I didn't think their twins used a CAC either.

I bought a new H2E from them and it wasn't pretty but after a while it got worked out.
 

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They told me their twins would not put out as much CFM as my GT42R. And that it was intended for a virtually stock truck that wanted to get rid of the lag.
Unluess the trims are all eFed up, the big one otta flow a little better than that...
 

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You can get a 42 with a 96lb wheel. That's a pretty good bit of air.
 

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they dont use a cac. 2 turbos with no cooler is no good. The twins on mine are great, best thing i ever did. The kits for BWD should be available by the end of summer.
 

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Cool, Charlie!

Have you driven it yet? :redspotdance:
 

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Im new i signed up to the forum just for this question I am building a twin turbo 7.3 powerstroke in my 2000 f350 and had a few questions first where is a good supply to get the oil to feed the second turbo? I did see at the back of the turbo pedestal that there are two plugs for the feed and return and was wondering if i taked into that would work? and could i "T" off the hpop or is that way to much pressure for the seals in the turbo and also where could i drain the turbo into besides the oil pan? thanks alot everyone and i love the truck man it looks great
 

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oil looks to be the best drain. and any plug on the side of the block. they are main galley holes. thats what im using on mine.. look at my compound thread for some more ideas
 

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are you talking about the plugs by the exhaust manifolds or the ones next to the intake? also would taping into the hpop or the pedestal work?
 
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