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Old 04-20-2010, 08:35 AM   #49 (permalink)
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nice! How long did it take for the install?
Well it took us 8hrs, but that's only because Murphy's Law was in full effect I'm pretty sure that we misplaced every bolt and every tool in the garage at least five times I tore an O-ring on the second drain line while placing it in the block and had to go to the hardware store to get another one.....that alone took an hour. We just made a bunch of stupid little mistakes that we wouldn't make the next time around. I'm confident that the next time we could have everyting together in about 5hrs.

I just want to make clear that all the mistakes were on my end. Like I said before, all the parts in Shane's kit fit exactly where they were supposed to fit


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SOOOOO glad everything worked out good---

It's also good to hear some people listen to advice........... i'm glad you did.. you willl be smiling for a long, long time.

Yeah Joel, I pretty much decided on this compound kit because of all the great things you had to say about it. I want to thank you for the great advice and taking the time to answer my questions as well
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Old 04-20-2010, 09:02 AM   #50 (permalink)
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here are some pictures

I sent my stock turbo to Shane and he worked his magic on it





Here's a couple pictures of the S474





Side by Side of both turbos





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Old 04-20-2010, 10:44 AM   #51 (permalink)
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Alot of guys like to over do things, a properly matched setup will provide better day to day performance to satisfy most of those thinking they need more.

The HE351/S400 compound kit is super nice performing setup. When you match it correctly in a package with our Level 3 CP3 and our 120 nozzles it is a proven combination, that does not break the bank and is a joy to drive. We have done several of these same packages, all the customers were ecstatic with the performance the setup provided. They are reaping the rewards of better fuel mileage and a longer living engine due to reduced egt's as well.
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Shane do I need to send my factory turbo to you before you get done with my set?
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Shane do I need to send my factory turbo to you before you get done with my set?
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We offer the service that we did to smoke19d's turbo, as we have several others. We remove the covers, clean and coat the turbine housing, slick up the compressor cover and coat it, enlarge the wastegate port and reassemble with the correct clocking position. It takes about 4 hours of shop time to do it all.
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Old 04-20-2010, 10:58 AM   #54 (permalink)
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Alot of guys like to over do things, a properly matched setup will provide better day to day performance to satisfy most of those thinking they need more.

The HE351/S400 compound kit is super nice performing setup. When you match it correctly in a package with our Level 3 CP3 and our 120 nozzles it is a proven combination, that does not break the bank and is a joy to drive. We have done several of these same packages, all the customers were ecstatic with the performance the setup provided. They are reaping the rewards of better fuel mileage and a longer living engine due to reduced egt's as well.
The EGT drop is beyond impressive, I don't even need to watch my guage anymore. I'm actually learning how to drive the truck again because I find myself downshifting to keep my EGT's in check whenever I no longer need to do so.
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Old 04-20-2010, 12:30 PM   #55 (permalink)
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Well it took us 8hrs, but that's only because Murphy's Law was in full effect I'm pretty sure that we misplaced every bolt and every tool in the garage at least five times I tore an O-ring on the second drain line while placing it in the block and had to go to the hardware store to get another one.....that alone took an hour. We just made a bunch of stupid little mistakes that we wouldn't make the next time around. I'm confident that the next time we could have everyting together in about 5hrs.

I just want to make clear that all the mistakes were on my end. Like I said before, all the parts in Shane's kit fit exactly where they were supposed to fit
Oh ok cool that's not bad at all. This is killing me because I'm saving up for a kit right now then tax times comes and kicks me back down.


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We offer the service that we did to smoke19d's turbo, as we have several others. We remove the covers, clean and coat the turbine housing, slick up the compressor cover and coat it, enlarge the wastegate port and reassemble with the correct clocking position. It takes about 4 hours of shop time to do it all.
How much does this cost to do? After doing all this to the turbo is an external gate just a waste of money? I was going to do my kit with a tial 44mm waste gate I talked to you about it before and you said I could send it to you.
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Well it took us 8hrs, but that's only because Murphy's Law was in full effect I'm pretty sure that we misplaced every bolt and every tool in the garage at least five times I tore an O-ring on the second drain line while placing it in the block and had to go to the hardware store to get another one.....that alone took an hour. We just made a bunch of stupid little mistakes that we wouldn't make the next time around. I'm confident that the next time we could have everyting together in about 5hrs.

I just want to make clear that all the mistakes were on my end. Like I said before, all the parts in Shane's kit fit exactly where they were supposed to fit





Yeah Joel, I pretty much decided on this compound kit because of all the great things you had to say about it. I want to thank you for the great advice and taking the time to answer my questions as well

I'm so HAPPY for you!!!
I want a ride some time!

8hrs for install -- very good-- pretty much what it took me (esp never doing it before)




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here are some pictures

I sent my stock turbo to Shane and he worked his magic on it





Here's a couple pictures of the S474





Side by Side of both turbos





Finished Product





looks real good........ SOOOOOOOO how easy is it to roast the tires now? dont even have to think about it- do you? lol

one suggestion(s)- manifold blanket and turbo exhaust blankets and maybe connector pipe blanket
IMHO- while alittle PITA to put on- for under $300 the heat reduction is incredable ! I can race my truck (6 hot laps) and still be able to put my hands on the manifold/ around the exhaust housings without any worries of being burnt.
levi is a good guy- ( get the black colored ones- they hide the oil/dirt better)

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ps- Shane nice work- glad i could steer him in your direction
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Old 04-21-2010, 07:48 AM   #57 (permalink)
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I'm so HAPPY for you!!!
I want a ride some time!

8hrs for install -- very good-- pretty much what it took me (esp never doing it before)


looks real good........ SOOOOOOOO how easy is it to roast the tires now? dont even have to think about it- do you? lol

one suggestion(s)- manifold blanket and turbo exhaust blankets and maybe connector pipe blanket
IMHO- while alittle PITA to put on- for under $300 the heat reduction is incredable ! I can race my truck (6 hot laps) and still be able to put my hands on the manifold/ around the exhaust housings without any worries of being burnt.
levi is a good guy- ( get the black colored ones- they hide the oil/dirt better)

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ps- Shane nice work- glad i could steer him in your direction
Hey Joel I'll give you a ride sometime only if you give me a ride in your monster some time too By the way congratulations on breaking into the 11's!!

Tires go up in flames at will

I'll check out those blankets, I actually just burnt my hand yesterday while adjusting the wastegate on the secondary
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Old 04-21-2010, 07:52 AM   #58 (permalink)
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Oh ok cool that's not bad at all. This is killing me because I'm saving up for a kit right now then tax times comes and kicks me back down.
Nope, it wasn't bad at all. Good luck with saving up the money because you're gonna love them when you finally get them
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