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Old 06-14-2008, 09:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1st gen twin turbo?????

where would i look to find a twin turbo setup for my truck....or could i use one off of a 2nd gen truck????cause been looking but cant find one for the 1st gen cummins....
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You're probably not gonna find an off-the-shelf kit, or at least not an off-the-shelf kit that anybody bothers to advertise. If anybody would know about cross-compatibility it would be Piers.

I don't see what the difference would be between a 1st gen turbo kit and a 2nd gen turbo kit, though... I wouldn't think that clearances would be any different? First gens have a kind of funny frame, maybe the air conditioner gets in the way... You'd probably have to bend or bang on at least one pipe to get it to fit.
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Old 06-14-2008, 11:42 AM   #3 (permalink)
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yea like begle said check out PDR Diesel Performance they have them for the 1st gens
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Wow, hey, they do have kits.

PDR Diesel Performance: 1991-1993

Hooray for Piers.
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yea i deam about them all the time lol
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diesel brad what do you have done to your truck?...fill out a sig
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Now that you filled out your sig, we want pictures.
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ok give me a minute
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here is a pic of the truck without the bed on it we had to cut the bed to fit...and the bed was cut off a 72 ramcharger.. here ios a set of 63 inch chevy rear springs that we are going to put in the rear to replace the stock 48 inch springs.... good ol cummins...........
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does anyone know how much boost i can run? i just installed a dennyt fuel pin and am building about 31lbs of boost. i noticed 1 guy has arp studs do i need to do this?

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Around 40psi I believe is when you need new head studs. At 35psi or so the stock turbo is being over spun. You can re-tourque the stock head studs though to make sure they are tight.
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