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Old 12-17-2010, 04:12 PM
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Default 96 cummins 12v turbo upgrade

Alrite you know it all's out there need some good input for a good turbo upgrade. I got a 96 cummins 12v. I took the fuel plate out, did some mods to the AFC housing which i don's think matters since a took the plate out, i also put a 2095 mack rack plug and took a die grinder and cut the foot feeding stop bolt off. That makes a hell of a difference cause now i can rev 3,500 rpm or close to floating valves. Anyways i had the stock turbo boosting 40psi with the waste gate pinched off, needless to say my turbo didn't last long. Question is, what is a good turbo ungrade to get that will allow me room to grow in the future? Maybe a single that will work with twins later on? The more info the better. Thanks

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Old 12-17-2010, 04:17 PM
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s300 id say62/65/12

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Old 12-17-2010, 04:27 PM
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How much does one of them cost
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Old 12-17-2010, 04:49 PM
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Depends on where you get it from i'd have to say from $500-$1500
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Old 12-17-2010, 04:53 PM
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a 64/71 14
is a better canadate but about 1800 bucks new

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96 12v with LBDP 5x.014s Smokem Specials dual fed modded afc aeromotive fuel pressure regulator no plate 2095 rack plug Airdog 4ghd 63/68 .88 over a 76/85 24cm 46mm tial external gate bd cool down timer 5k gsk 60lb springs Ati Balancer ats arc flow Arps 21 degrees Kdp killed Isspro gauges built tranny 5 inch tb to a single 6 inc tip and a 125hp shot

They go wooooooossssssssshhhhhh the the truck goes VROOOOOOOOOMMMMM then the trans goes f* this
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Old 12-17-2010, 04:59 PM
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for twins what are your goals towing or jsut big numbers?

for towing I say a 62/68-71/14 would be a good single to grow into and to make a really hard spooling set of twins if paired with say an s475-480. shoud make good streetability because you wont have the lag of a bigger turbo down low like a 64/71/14 if towing or pulling.

now for an all out big numbers TOY BD-special over s480 and hold on when IT all lights

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Old 12-17-2010, 05:32 PM
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64/71/14?? Is that 64mm intake side 71mm exphast side and 12cm?

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Man its a ton1 dually. I dont tow anything with. For time to time i might put 10,000lbs behind for a short distance. I wont 700rwhp. For as little as i did to it a freak of nature cause i can roll some coals and i burned up a stage two clutch. I have alittle money to spend. I just dont want to get something and be pissed off when i get on in. Over....

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Yeah see i glad you said BD special cause i been looking around and i keep leaning towards it

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Old 12-17-2010, 07:41 PM
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the BD special was one I really wanted for my modded 12v but I got the deal i wanted on my 64/71/14 by HTT so I took that instead. The special is said to be the best single for a modded 12v thats a power toy
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i just got a silver bullet 66 and i love it ! great all around turbo! to me but everyone likes there own things idk how it well it would be with a compound set up up but as a single its sweet
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Old 12-22-2010, 04:00 AM
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i did the same thing u did with my stock turbo and i wanted a good turbo that i could make to twins in the future and i put a ats aurora 3000 on my truck witch has been a good turbo and is easy to throw a 5000 behind it now it dose cost about 3000 dollars for a hole kit but has a great warranty and also if u get this turbo u may want to buy injectors to spull faster

c12vpwr's Sig:96 12v nv4500 southbend dual disk ats 3000 and 5000 twin turbo pump tuned and modded #0 plate 4kgsk 5x.14 or 140hp injectors cold air intake gauges fuel psi, boost. and pyro studded with 30 thousands of an inch off the head on 17 degrees of timing 4inch ext turbo back

and the daily drive a 94 ranger 5 speed chiped SLOW and NOT THAT GREAT !!!!!!!
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