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Old 11-23-2013, 11:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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crazy carl's twin turbo kit

Hey guys ive been a lurker on the site for about 3 years now, and since we have to have 50 post and be a member now to look at classified I figured what better time to sign up. So I guess I should start of by listing my truck and what my plan is for the truck. I have 05.5 qcsb g56, south bend single disk(I think its the organic/ceramic), raptor 150 with big line kit, arson stage 3 kit, s&b intake, ats horn, mbrp 5 in, isspro egt, boost, lift pump, and rail, smarty s06 with boost fooler, 8 in lift with 24x12 rockstars on 38's.

I guess the kit im looking at is the crazy carl stock over s475 or just get the piping kit and buy the s475 off ebay since you can find them around 700 dollars. I would save some money that way. I would then probably get studs or injectors, plan on doing either 120-150's but probably 150's incase I ever upgrade the stock turbo. I also will keep the boost at what it is now until I have studs, injectors, and clutch.. I know you guys always say do air before fuel but I was also thinking if I did the twin kit first it will make me get everything else a lot faster, instead of getting studs, putting it off then injectors and putting it off then a year later get the twin kit.... my goal is to stop where most people say they should have at between 650-750hp.. Thanks for the help guys
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Old 11-23-2013, 11:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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What is the question? Sounds like you have it figured out.
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Old 11-23-2013, 11:15 AM   #3 (permalink)
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lol does it sound like a good idea? I was also using it as we way to get my post up while also gaining some knowledge. I tried to search here for the kit with no luck. I guess my questions would be. Will I be ok with getting injectors over studs first as long as I keep the boost down, also will my cp3 be ok I would probably do stock over stock twin cp3's just to have enough if I ever go bigger turbo, after studs and injectors of course...
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Old 11-23-2013, 11:27 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Why wait to do the studs they are the cheapest parts for what it sounds like you are trying to accomplish.
I don't believe an arson kit will support 150's so to go that big you'll need to upgrade the cp3 or go duals.
I haven't heard good things about the Chinese turbos off e-bay
Shop around you can find bw s475's for under $700 if you chose to go the piping route rather than the whole kit
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I agree on the arson 3 not holding but it should be ok on the boost im running now until I get the duals?Im sure it will be struggling though. I know I should get the studs now I just really have a hard time swallowing spending 1000 dollars for a pair of damn bolts. The turbos im looking at on ebay are borg warners
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Old 11-23-2013, 11:35 AM   #6 (permalink)
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also the reason I was going to do the piping kit is because the kit is 1250 then just say plus 700 for a turbo vs getting the kit with the turbo for 2775
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I have a crazy carls kit and it is good value for the price...I'm running a 62/475 for about a year and have not had any problems with the kit.
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what size injectors and do you have 425's or 625's?
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425's would be fine. At least IMO. That's all I ever plan to run.
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I'm running ARP2000s...same price range as the old 425s from what I understand they are a very slight upgrade over the 425s....no problems to date and had been running without a coolant bypass but that went in this past week.
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