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Old 12-20-2009, 10:38 PM
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Default turbos for 2.6 street legal diesel class

Im trying to find the best set-up for my truck for pulling season this year.... any opinion and options will be thankful...

dieseljunky's Sig:96 dodge cummins 2.6 puller in the making.... lots of headaches haha

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Old 12-21-2009, 11:42 PM
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S365, S465, S480 with a custom cover to meet 2.6 tech. There are tons of options. More for 5.9's than mine. I'm gonna have something like an S480 built with a 2.6 cover (not plug) for my PSD this year.

Your best bet is to probably give somebody like engineered diesel, or a turbo building sponsor on here, a call. And tell 'em what fuel you're plannin on pushing through it, the RPM's range you'll be in, and they'll know absolutely which turbo would best fit your application.

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yea alright well thanks for the advise.. anything is helpful
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Sorry I can't give better any better info. 7.3 turbo's don't translate to 5.9 very well. It's mostly a matter of choosin the injector that will provide the power you're after, and matching the air to it. Engineered shoud be able to provide the perfect set up for you. It's one of the things they're good at.
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I think i would call elite diesel or swamps diesel, they both deal mainly with the powerstroke, they could probsbly send you in the right derection.
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He's the 5.9 guy, that's why I recommended Engineered Diesel.
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He's the 5.9 guy, that's why I recommended Engineered Diesel.
well i kinda screwed that up, helps to read i guess. ED makes a very good turbo, highly recomend giving them a chance.
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Originally Posted by R&RDiesel View Post
well i kinda screwed that up, helps to read i guess. ED makes a very good turbo, highly recomend giving them a chance.
Lol, yes they do. For that matter, I might have 'em put mine together.
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If its just for sled pulling i would go with a s400. I still need to street my truck and pull a trailer and another truck to pulls so i stayed with a s366/73/.91 from engineered diesel. If i didnt pull a trailer i would have went with a s465.
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Originally Posted by kjpcummins View Post
If its just for sled pulling i would go with a s400. I still need to street my truck and pull a trailer and another truck to pulls so i stayed with a s366/73/.91 from engineered diesel. If i didnt pull a trailer i would have went with a s465.
Also a very good turb, even in stock for, but ED can do their little tricks and it would be even better!!
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