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yeah would be more concerned after you get it on about the amount of boost you push ill be the first one to tell you if you get near that 45-50 psi range you will be taking the head off of it. especially if its cool out when you are running the hell out of it. mine came apart at 47 psi at 38 degrees outside. cold air is hard to compress lol. but as far as the turbo goes there are guys around me that run those and they are a little slow getting spooled up but do work well with the right amount of fuel. before you bolt that thing on with 100+hp injectors realize that you are crossing a line and once you get on that side of the line there are many dominos ahead.
2000 Dodge ext cab, long bed 2500.
afe stage 1, aftermarket turbo, cfm+ intake manifold, firerings, 12mm studs, ats 3 piece manifold, edge juice w/attitude, south bend 2 disc 3850. upgraded hydralics. 150 horse injectors, 5 inch exhaust, hot rod injection pump (scheid), drilled feeder tubes, and additional clamps on every boot lol.:dodge