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I have a 91 Cummins intercooled but my turbo blew. And I'm looking to get one that will push around 30 pounds and good quality. Have any suggestions?

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He341 maybe? Off the early 3rd gens.

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Really? Do they bolt right up?
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Have you talked to Eric at https://thehungrydiesel.com/The-Hung...mance_c131.htm

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I have a 91 Cummins intercooled but my turbo blew. And I'm looking to get one that will push around 30 pounds and good quality. Have any suggestions?
No offense, but you need to do some reading up on the subject.

A stock turbo will push 30 PSI, although there's better options... Takes fuel to make boost.

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Yep have seen 30psi with the H1c.
Base upgrade would be the HX35 off the later engine, then later turbos but work to install. All covered in numerous posts.

With money to spare, maybe something like this, and not a lot of modding to fit.
https://shop.dieseltuff.com/HE351W-1...ore-HE351W.htm
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I know I need to do some studying up. That why I'm looking to u guys The truck pushes enough fuel. And I'm not trying to get crazy my truck damn thing blacks out everything on the road and I don't want it to so I want to throw this new turbo in and mess with my pump until I can get the ratio right and where I want it. but I'm really interested in this early 3rd gen turbo swap you guys have more information on that that would be helpful
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Proper tuning it like it is now will clear up the smoke.

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Thanks for the info Steve. Also I'm sorry to for the silly questions. I went and checked out some of the other posts I am new to the Forum I didn't really know how it all worked. So I'm thinking either that hx35 or the he351 w I don't really want to do head studs I want a little more power but without harming the Integrity of the truck I wanted to go far I have a 3rd gen that I have bigger plans for I know about the hx35 but would you all be able to tell me a little more about the h e 351 w?
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The WH1C or early HX35 install is very easy on an intercooled truck. Just a matter of moving the exhaust back a little. The later (24v?) HX35 has a different outlet, so you can either swap outlets, or use the later style downpipe.

Some pics here of how I used an '02 HX35
https://www.dieseltruckresource.com/...flange-299516/

I have a HE351CW on my bench. Its more work to get the compressor side piping hooked up and the exhaust outlet is larger.

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u2slow,
Is yours a W or CW?
From what I can gather the W has the same exhaust hook up as the H1c or HX35.
Have seen a thread on another site detailing this turbo.
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