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I would go with a 12cm housing on which ever turbo you choose, twin or single as they spool better down low. A 35/ht3b combo has been time proven to be a good all a round set up. Just reuse the stock exhaust housing and spool will be quicker and EGT will come down.
A 14cm housing lowers EGT at high rpm, but spools slower and makes for higher temps down low where you tow.
If you are certain you are going to do twins, go with a super B. while it is not a big improvement over stock as a single, the wastegate flows much better and makes it about the best secondary you can get in a twin set up.
If you want a single that will do well towing and make room for more power later, a 62/65/12 is about the best all purpose single going. It works well in a twin set up, but will not spool as well as the 35 or super B.
98 12 valve quad cab, MBRP 4 inch exhaust, triple pillar gauges, fuel plate removed, Stock 181 DV's, 5x14's, 4x4, 3.55 gears, 285/75/16s, KDP tabbed, AFC modded and tuned, 4GSK, + 60 vs, pusher intake, Carli 2.0 suspension kit, rebuilt trans by L.C.D. With Goerend valve body, billet input and triple disk converter. HX35/14cm over 472/1.10 .
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