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Old 11-28-2010, 05:28 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Okay, at the 500 end you could build a good tow rig that is fun to drive when the trailer is unhooked with 7x10's and a 62. You should pm jkidd, he's a site sponsor and I know he can get you a good deal on a turbo and I believe had can even put a custom one together for you and it won't cost as much as you think.
pretty sure Jkidd can get him a 62/68 or 64/68 I think that would be a great towing turbo
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Old 11-28-2010, 05:30 PM   #14 (permalink)
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I guess I am thinking 5 speed since that's what I have, and having to re-spool each gear change.
I know what you mean, driving a somewhat bigger turbo with a 5 speed takes some getting used to and I wouldn't want to tow with this truck. Well there's more reasons than losing spool I wouldn't tow with this truck. Autos are definitely more forgiving when it comes to not losing spool.
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when takeing the ring out u r boring ur turbo to a fat shaft, or stage 1 turbo. if u look in the diesel power mag u will see wat i am tlkin about.
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look to for a set of injectors mine are on the way to replace my 5x12's
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Old 11-28-2010, 05:34 PM   #16 (permalink)
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pretty sure Jkidd can get him a 62/68 or 64/68 I think that would be a great towing turbo
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when takeing the ring out u r boring ur turbo to a fat shaft, or stage 1 turbo. if u look in the diesel power mag u will see wat i am tlkin about.
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Old 11-28-2010, 07:33 PM   #17 (permalink)
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right on so we got 62/68 or 64/68 turbo 7x10 injector's 4k gsk #100 fuel plate?? starwheel twink dtt or rev max auto trans rebuild...if i do this do i have to pump the timing right away? or can it hold off tell later date?
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I'd probably go with DTT or Goerend for the tranny, with emphasis on the Goerend. Top notch product. I second going to JKidd for the turbo, and have been hearing good things about those injectors.

As far as timing goes, you might as well do that in the first round of mods. If you're going to wait on the head studs, keep it to about 15.5-16*.. If you've got them going in before timing, feel free to go a little higher. Keep in mind that the higher you go, the more issues you're going to have in cold start situations. It's all about finding a happy balance between all your parts that works well for your truck, and your application.
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I went for about 20ft after the hit and felt fluid down my chin.
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Old 11-28-2010, 07:45 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Agreed. jkidd is a great guy to deal with.
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I'd probably go with DTT or Goerend for the tranny, with emphasis on the Goerend. Top notch product. I second going to JKidd for the turbo, and have been hearing good things about those injectors.

As far as timing goes, you might as well do that in the first round of mods. If you're going to wait on the head studs, keep it to about 15.5-16*.. If you've got them going in before timing, feel free to go a little higher. Keep in mind that the higher you go, the more issues you're going to have in cold start situations. It's all about finding a happy balance between all your parts that works well for your truck, and your application.
I was looking at 16 or 16.5 well i guess i need to save money for the timing tools then lol but i got time to save i got to get trans fixed first it already pucks fluid out of the front of it LOL u got to have the timeing chain cover off to right? if so i go head and fix the KDP to
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I was looking at 16 or 16.5 well i guess i need to save money for the timing tools then lol but i got time to save i got to get trans fixed first it already pucks fluid out of the front of it LOL u got to have the timeing chain cover off to right? if so i go head and fix the KDP to
Eh, not knowing your mechanical background, but adjusting the timing on these things can be pretty tricky. If you're not 100%, I'd suggest taking it to someone who knows.

Either way, here's the shakedown;

http://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/94...en-engine.html
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No one know's how to work on this truck's where i live only diesel guy here is a ford man for the parts for my trans it is gone be 1800 just parts lol as for timing i have to do it why i asked if the truck would run with 7x10 the turbo and #100 fuel plate with out timing is becouse the rest well come at a later date
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Will it run? Yes. Will it run good? Maybe. Will it run its best? Definitely not. Usually, timing is about the first thing you should knock out after all the cheap mods (Plate, AFC tuning, GSKs) are done.
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Will it run? Yes. Will it run good? Maybe. Will it run its best? Definitely not. Usually, timing is about the first thing you should knock out after all the cheap mods (Plate, AFC tuning, GSKs) are done.
alright then when my trans is fixed and i start on the gsk and plate and all that i well work on the timing also the timing set on ebay a good deal? seen a post some where about it but cant find it now lol oh i forgot i do have a old friend that use to work for dodge and the cummins i might give me a call to see if he would like to help on the timing
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