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Old 11-13-2013, 03:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Was installing a CAI when I discovered the compressor wheel on my turbo has been making contact with the housing, so time for a new one, and I might as well upgrade right? Was looking into Garrets, but I was told the stage three won't get me to my goal of 650hp. I was then advised to get a HTT 64 or 66: "If I was you would probably go with an HTT turbo either a 64 or a 66 if your not towing much. If your gonna run stock injectors I would stick with the 64 but if you put a good nozzle in the 66 turbo really runs good. Also the HTT stuff is quite a bit cheaper than the powermax kits."

My question is can I run the 66 with a stock injector for a few months until I can get a set of nozzles? Or will it be a smarter decision to get the 64 for now and get the 100 horse nozzles when I can with a slightly smaller turbo?
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If your goal is 650hp get a 63/74/.91 with race cover and billet wheel and you done!
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Old 11-14-2013, 12:31 AM   #3 (permalink)
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who makes that? I got my advice from Mike Haller, the guy who built a 10 second 6.4, and has put together many Cummins. Whatever turbo I get is also going to be accompanied by a Fuelab 200gph lift pump, if that helps with anything. Once I am out of school for the summer I would get 100hp nozzles and a CP3 bag o parts as soon as I had sufficient funds...
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100hp nozzles not gonna push those numbers or a 66 and a bag of parts cp3 is garbage.
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I have no problems out of my htt 66, ran it with stock sticks, 100 sticks and it ran great with both!
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Wouldnt but a HTT turbo when a box 366 can be had for much cheaper. Ive seen them recently used as low as $550. Yes you can run them on stock fuel with a solid tune. A race cover billet wheeled 63 would be a lot of fun but also gonna be some $$. A local guy here has made 596 on a 66/71 and stock 04.5 fuel (10.6 cp3 added) with only TNT-R tuning. So 650 is a very reasonable goal with a little fuel. Just make sure your cp3(s) are solid.

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Fwiw that lift pump isn't gonna do anything but cost money and make racket. I also don't think a bop will hold good rp with 100s. People argue about that but more often than not, you're not gonna be able to reach commanded pressure at wot. Throw a set of duals or a stroker cp3 on there and call it a day
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The Fuel Lab 200 isn't going to help fuel your injectors without an upgraded CP3...you have a lift pump (low pressure) and an injector pump (CP3 high pressure). I would recommend spending some time reading, making a plan and then buying parts to fit your plan and use of your truck...here is a good place to start reading:Basic / Supporting Mods
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If your goal is only 650 don't do the 66. Even with a spool valve and UDC mine is a dirty pig if you aren't careful below 2000 rpm's.

I agree that the HTT isn't the best option in 66 form especially if you are paying new prices. If you can get a good one used for $1400 that's a different story. I went for it because I really like the SS turbine housing. I'm planning to swap my compressor to a 64.
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If your goal is only 650 don't do the 66. Even with a spool valve and UDC mine is a dirty pig if you aren't careful below 2000 rpm's.

I agree that the HTT isn't the best option in 66 form especially if you are paying new prices. If you can get a good one used for $1400 that's a different story. I went for it because I really like the SS turbine housing. I'm planning to swap my compressor to a 64.
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So would a 33% over cp3 be enough? And if not HTT, what else?
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33% CP3 is the same as a BOP IIRC. Most will say only go with a stroker from a place like Exergy, T/C Diesel or Motorsport Diesel. And of course more people will recommend duals over a stroker... But for 650hp duals are not required.

There are tons of turbo retailers. Lots of research to do on this topic.

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