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Old February 26th, 2015, 01:15 PM
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So my turbo is leaking and I think the bearings are going. A friend has a 88mm stage 2 that he is willing to sell to me. I have been doing some reading and most moderate upgrades are lower like in the 60's range. So is it too much for my truck and if I do put it on should I upgrade to bigger injectors and swap the exhaust so it can breath? I have seen a few articles about upgrading all three and then placing a couple different tunes in it for whatever I want to accomplish at the time.

Also anyone have good recommendations for fairly priced upgrade kits such as the head gaskets and all associated in the swap and head studs?

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What are you working on? 7.3 6.0 6.4 6.7?
Regardless 88mm is way too large to run as a primary. Maybe with a ~60m underneath, but even still. Most of my diesel friends that run anything aftermarket are either in the 66mm range on mild upgrades or a full build and somewhere around a 74mm and there is tons of lag, but when it's lit there's 1000+ pony powers on tap.


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Old February 28th, 2015, 12:48 PM
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I am working with a 2004 f350 6.0l. Looking to replace my turbo that's on there with the option to leave stock injectors for now until I have the money to do those. Or should I do it all at once and just save up?

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