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ok, i will be doing some upgrading on my truck pretty soon and cant decide which turbo to go with, the truck is used as a DD , it sees at least 100 miles a day , has 160k on the clock , mods on truck are smarty/juice stacked, mods to come are tranny most likley 150 sticks and a turbo that i cant decide on, here is what im thinking so far, hopefully someone can point me in the right direction, looking for something with a DD in mind but be ablt race or pull a sled if i wanted to and tow once in a blue moon....
1. bd super special /or super b
2. garrett stage 3/ or 2
3. turbonetics stage 2.
any info /advice would be great,thanks -scott:thumbsup
BD all the way! best bang for the buck.:thumbsup I think the super b might be a tadd to small for ya, pm jbarker, he'll be able to answer you're questions.
Daily driver/Tow rig: White '99 CTD sport 4X4, BD tow twins and Exh. brake, RV275 styx, Adrenaline, Valair Kevlar ceramic clutch. 19-21MPG. Budget bracket racer: Blue '94 CTD 4X4, mostly stock for now, except for the built tranny.
What HP are you at now and what HP do plan on going up to?
SuperB sized turbo has been good for me up to about 425HP. Towing is best at about 350HP. With an adjustable box I can play and tow easily. If you plan on going above 425 RWHP you will want the super B special or at least a 62mm turbo.
as of right now ill be looking for just a exhaust manifold n gaskets since the #5 gasket took a crap, and also since funds are very very low, but when the time comes id like to one day be around 500, right now i dunno what im at since i havent gotten on a dyno, but whats in my sig is what i have.
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