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Hey guys, I don't have a Cummins yet, but I'm shooting for one for next summer. As a kid, I always liked the Powerstrokes because I was strictly a Ford guy...now that I'm a little older, I love the Cummins, but still like the P-strokes. I was just curious if it was possible to put the turbo from one of the 7.3s on a Cummins (more than likely 12V) and if it would work properly? Those turbos whistle like crazy, and I love it!
Sorry if this is in the wrong section or if it's just a stupid thought and would never work.
1997 3500 club cab Automatic 3.54 gears towing and camper package. Still stock with 116k on it so far. 4" dynomax stainless exhaust, 4kgsk, and pacbrake exhaust brake waiting for installation. Still need ideas for improvements for hauling 15k fifth wheel.
^^ I know that for sure...if (and I stress IF) I were to get a p-stroke, it'd be a 7.3 and nothing else. But, I am going to get a good ol' Cummins. My buddy has a 6.0 and I'm trying to get him to yank the silencer ring and straight pipe it, and so far, he hasn't had any problems with it...
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