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Forum: 94-98 Powertrain   07-13-2010, 12:03 PM
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Posted By jkidd
you will want some 5x.012/ 370 injectors with the...

you will want some 5x.012/ 370 injectors with the correct spray pattern, and depending on altitude a 62mm turbo. you could do twins with your stocker for a broader power/range and lower EGT. Price...
Forum: 94-98 Powertrain   06-24-2010, 08:24 PM
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Posted By jkidd
Illflem I work mostly with the vp44 trucks which...

Illflem I work mostly with the vp44 trucks which have greater spring pressure. I had not really looked into it for 12v. That information is good to share. I'm sure you know more about exhaust...
Forum: 94-98 Powertrain   06-22-2010, 10:07 PM
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Posted By jkidd
Maybe someone who knows more than me can explain...

Maybe someone who knows more than me can explain better:S:. The 60# valve spring are supposed to be 60# greater than stock.

As I understand it the drive pressure is the pressure that is between...
Forum: 94-98 Powertrain   06-22-2010, 05:51 PM
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Posted By jkidd
use copper tubing for drive pressure. your...

use copper tubing for drive pressure.

your temps seem to be in the norm.
Forum: 94-98 Powertrain   06-22-2010, 05:05 PM
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Posted By jkidd
not needed for most trucks, but is helpful for...

not needed for most trucks, but is helpful for tuning the wastegate to where you want it. try to stay at 1:1 ratio of boost and drive pressure.

for example: if you were to be at 50psi say on an...
Forum: 94-98 Powertrain   06-22-2010, 04:33 PM
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Posted By jkidd
drive pressure is the pressure on the exhaust...

drive pressure is the pressure on the exhaust side instead of the intake side.
Forum: 94-98 Powertrain   06-22-2010, 03:16 PM
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Posted By jkidd
Keep your temps low so you do not melt pistons or...

Keep your temps low so you do not melt pistons or warp turbine wheels on the turbo.
I know there will be plenty of people that disagree but think of this as a rough guide: sustained temp of 1100...
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