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Anybody have experience with this turbo? I know they make a lot of turbos for duramaxes, just looking around and noticed they had one for our year trucks
 

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I want to know too?
 

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Yea i think drunkondiesel had one on his commonrail if i'm right, please correct me if i'm wrong but it sounds nasty, similar to a six leaker
 

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He had a VNT or variable nozzle turbo. Completely different animal. PM carpenca. He works for FPE
 

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Sorry i didn't clarify myself but yes i knew his was the VNT i just wanted to hear anybodys response on fleece's turbos and if anyone has run the hybrid 40 it'd be even better
 

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We dont really offer the 40 Hybrid anymore, we are leaning more to the S3's anymore for durability and power potential...
 

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so why is it on the website? Just curious, cause I was looking at getting one but I couldnt get a hold of Fleece.
 

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Cause the website needs updating.... Its kinda in the back of the priority list. PM me if you need more info.
 

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Yea i would definitly be more interested in getting a larger turbo than the 40, now do you know what would set fleece's s300s (which is what im guessing your referring to) apart from the other manufactures
 

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How many S366's do you know of almost or over 800RWHP and generally drive better than a stock charger? And I mean it drove nice at 15-25% throttle, cruising, thru town, not smoking....
 

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That dont tell me anything, He nor I have the Fueling it takes to spool a 66 for daily driving. The question was, do you do anything different than other turbo builders. Do you offer a warrenty. Thing like that would help.
 

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Haha sorry to say but couldn't tell ya, never driven one before, what are the usual specs on the s366's? is it like a 66mm compressor and a 71-73mm turbine? i'm guessing it's for a duramax, i'd need a lot of fuel to spool something like that, haha which is why its on something with 800hp, don't think ill ever see that day with a 24v
 

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That dont tell me anything, He nor I have the Fueling it takes to spool a 66 for daily driving. The question was, do you do anything different than other turbo builders. Do you offer a warrenty. Thing like that would help.
And yes something along these lines would be helpful
 

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a 40 would be a waste just get a 62mm turbo atleast
 

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a 40 would be a waste just get a 62mm turbo atleast
Yea for the price definitely, i haven't heard much about fleece making turbos for cummins and this caught my eye, they do make some pretty bada$$ turbos for dmaxes
 

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And Clunk, idk about a ball bearing turbo, from what i've read and heard they are extremely expensive and wear out quick, but on the other hand spool up lightning fast, i just don't think it would be worth the money
 

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I cant get very specific on Cummins forum about stuff, do to the fact we are not vendors, and its a small fortune, monthly to be a vendor.

However I can say a stock fueled smarty tuned 05 CR spools a billet 66 just as fast as a stock 351, but pulls substantially harder once its lite. For VP trucks we have a smaller cast wheeled 63/68 we can set up in a housing from .8 - .91 AR. We are also currently developing a smaller Billet comp wheel to fit this application.

If anybody has any other questions feel free to send me a PM.
 

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And Clunk, idk about a ball bearing turbo, from what i've read and heard they are extremely expensive and wear out quick, but on the other hand spool up lightning fast, i just don't think it would be worth the money

I can see what you mean goosehunter6, I do like that lightweight turbine though.
I guess I need to email them to see if they have a diesel application w/bushings instead of ball bearings.
 
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