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Is there any difference replacing the H1C Turbo with an HX35W or HY35W Turbo?

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If you have a non I/C truck, then you have the "baby H1C" with the 50mm comp. wheel. An HX35 is an upgrade on those trucks, but if you have the later model H1C it isn't really an upgrade.
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So if its intercooled, then its not really an upgrade going to the HX35?

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If its IC'd its not much of an upgrade. The IC'd H1C's use a 54MM intake wheel. It has a map range of 25 PSI. The HX35 has a map range of 35 PSI.

If you plan on turning up a IC'd truck. Just step into a better turbo the first time. No sense in buying two or three turbo's to get where you want to be.

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What would be a better turbo? What about an HX35/HBT3 Setup?

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Unless you want to go all out in the fuel system. Twins are not a good idea for a DD.

What are your plans with the truck??? DD, play toy, towing

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Thats when a FASS 200 system would be installed I take it.

Play toy for now. Found an article in a Diesel World Magazine where a guy did a bunch of mods to his first gen. And the outcome and output put a giant grin on my face

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Yea he just used all the cheap tricks to get there and didn't give credit to anyone on a few websites he was pumping for info.

When it was time for big money in the fuel system he baled to a p-pump engine.

The Fass is one of the cheaper fuel system mods. Price having a 14MM head VE pump assy built. Price a set of EDM 1st gen injectors. You'll see what I am talking about.

Remember the VE is a low pressure injection system. To make HP costs more in one of these engines than it does with a p-pump engine.

You have a non IC'd truck. They came with a decent set of injectors, with a few pump mods you can pull 300 HP or so pretty easy.

Your limiting factor is no IC. It doesn't take much turning of screws to hit high EGT's.

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Don't care for cheap mods on this truck when I think about doing it.

Mines IC'd. Havent found anything to get pricing on a 14mm VE pump. But couldnt believe it when I saw the price of a single EDM injector. But I'd be willing to pay that price.

Any ideas for finding that 14mm VE pump if I cant find something in the mean time?

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The site I found was http://www.industrialinjection.com/index.html Noticed that they had some pumps also. But the pumps go back to 94, dont know if you could use that.

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