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I have a 2012 cummins I deleted everything put a h&s tuner on it and I now got 125 hp injectors on it with a fass fuel system and 85% over pump valve springs and head studs. When I got that done the turbo blew ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 12-07-2012, 11:51 AM
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I have a 2012 cummins I deleted everything put a h&s tuner on it and I now got 125 hp injectors on it with a fass fuel system and 85% over pump valve springs and head studs. When I got that done the turbo blew on me I was wondering what's a good turbo to get for that combination of stuff on it I plan on getting a 5.9 manifold. I would like a turbo that can spool up good on the street and be used for 2.6 class pulling. Any suggestions
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IIS Silver 66 is a great turbo on the the 6.7L with that setup. I have done numerous 6.7 with this very same setup.

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Thanks! Do you think it could spool up a 72 mm without a lot of lag
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Do you ever plan on towing with the truck at all? If you do then id stay silver 66 or go S467 with a billet wheel maybe.
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the s467 will be a nice turbo and is less expensive. Will you be towing?
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I will be maybe towing in the future but not now I want a fun street truck that I can use at truck pulls for fun. When I go to tow ill go to twin turbos
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Scott would the silver 66 keep my egts low even with a programmer on it
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Old 12-10-2012, 10:45 AM
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Yes it will and it will run alot cooler even with injectors. Anytime you can remove the crappy restrictive vgt turbo you will see a decrease in egts
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