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6.2L & 6.5L Performance Discussion of Chevy and GMC Trucks with 6.2L and 6.5L Diesel Engines Related to Performance and Longevity

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Old 08-11-2010, 02:31 PM
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You guys and your ATT! all of you keep talkin hella **** about everything els and claming that the ATT was made by GOD!!!

well lets see some dino numbers and or some flow charts on the ATT!!!

lets see some reall numbers!!!!!! not just hearsay and snake oil!!

bring it on!!

i mean i ran a hx 35 on my 2.2l honda! and in theary it should flow better than the gm-x

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and when i say ATT i am talkin a bout the A TEAM TURBO

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what is this ATT you talk about
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A TEAM TURBO! thats what im talkin about!
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Old 08-11-2010, 03:36 PM
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oh, i've never heard of it, oh well
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its a GM 6.5l td thing! its marketed an a upgrade for the GM-x turbo but no one can provide and documented dyno on it or any thing for that matter as far as i can tell!

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Good luck finding any dyno results on anything for a 6.5.
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vary true! but if some one wanted to market a product thay should have something to back it up! not just hearsay and thery!!

i have also posted this at the truck stop and have hade som interesting replys there! so i have decided to do an apples to apples test! just picked up a 95 6.5 burb and have inlisted one of ower office girls to do the bulk of the work! told her i would give her a $1/hr bump in pay if she did it without bitching or quiting! LOL!!

we are putting in a junk yard long block seeing as the burb has a blown motor! gett it running and then she will take over!

with minnamal help from me or any of the guys in the shop she will install a hx35, ATA intercooler and whatever els might be needed to keep it reliable!!

keep in mind she is 5'0" and about 100lbs! and vary girly! gets her nails done every week and wears heals to work every day!

we went to sears today and picked her up a little tool box and a basic seat of tools (the box is pink! LOL! she picked it out!)along with some work boots and clothes!

we will keep close track of dollers spent, houers, and then dino it along with plenty of pics! and in the end it will be her company car!

hows that for a joe every guy/girl test???

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Yea you would think that some one selling a product would especially one as expensive as that that they would show some sort of prof. I am curious to see how the hx-35 will work on the 6.5 because they are a lot cheaper to come buy than the att and I would like to up grade the turbo on my truck. keep us posted on the results.
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I have heard that the exh. side of the HX is still a little small for the 6.5, but it is a lot less restrictive than a GMX. The HE351VE is a good turbo, but you need to figure out how to make the wastegate function correctly. There is one on youtube on a burb. The flanges arent exactly the same. I was going to go that way but its too much work, and i got a sick deal on the WH1C....
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we will keep close track of dollers spent, houers, and then dino it along with plenty of pics! and in the end it will be her company car!



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Ok, either your 12, or never passed English class!!!!!!!!!!!!
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