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post #1 of 42 (permalink) Old 08-04-2011, 04:31 PM Thread Starter
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Diesel Auto Power "Screaming Eagle" 63/68/14

What do you guys think about this?

"Screaming Eagle" Turbo 63-68-14 (FULL BORG WARNER TURBO) Rated for 550HP 75lbs per minute

Pretty decent price... I have been looking at engineered diesels 63/68... just wondering if there build quality is better since they want $1750 for a 63/68.. anybody have any input?


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Its just a Borg Warner 63/68/.88 T4 turbo with a new T3 14cm exhaust housing swapped in and without any "goodies" the E.D turbo has added on. The E.D turbo may or may not have a T4 housing as well

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I am in this exact situation, debating the DAP turbo vs E.D., pretty sure the E.D. is a better turbo but $300 better what difference would be seen between the two? I would like to hear from others with DAP turbo experience.

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Well the E.D. turbo may have a billet compressor wheel that sheds weight and flows more air allowing it to spool easy. Other than that and a polished housing, there may be little differences. They are both box stock Borg Warner 63/68/.88s with each company's own twist added to them

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Well the E.D. turbo may have a billet compressor wheel that sheds weight and flows more air allowing it to spool easy. Other than that and a polished housing, there may be little differences. They are both box stock Borg Warner 63/68/.88s with each company's own twist added to them
whats the price difference between the ED version and this version? and really will it spool that much faster? it would be nice to see air flow meter on both.

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E.D.'s is 1750 with a cast wheel and 1950 with the billet wheel

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Your just paying for the name and honestly its not even that great of one.

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i wouldnt spend that much on a single unless i had to stay single for competition. i would put that money toward a set of twins myself.

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You can get twin piping and bottom turbo for pretty close to the price of one of the ED singles.

For towing/DD and fast spool up its hard to beat the 63/68 for 525-550HP as a single. Twins will spool faster and get more air for you, but its more involved of an install.

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You can get twin piping and bottom turbo for pretty close to the price of one of the ED singles.

For towing/DD and fast spool up its hard to beat the 63/68 for 525-550HP as a single. Twins will spool faster and get more air for you, but its more involved of an install.
Can you quote me a price on a 63/68/14 with the thrust pad?

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How would this BW 63/68/.88 turbo do in a set of twins?

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