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vgt-ss & hybrid

whats the diff between elites vgt-ss and innovatives hybrid vgt for the 6.0???????

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look to be the same except for price.

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huh basically the same turbo and one of them costs about a grand less!

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huh basically the same turbo and one of them costs about a grand less!
How would you know that??

I know exactly what the VGT-SS has in it and know nothing of the other except from the description. Eric is selling Industrial Injection turbos so I would say it is there hybrid. The funny thing is LIPD said there turbo was exactly the same, but from what we have heard on this forum, that isn't the case.

I do have a dealer who has installed our VGT-SS and the Industrial turbo and he said they looked nothing the same.

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Elites site says that they are rated for 20hp more power?

hey Tadd, can you explain the process of the VGT-SS mod as well as explain the price...is it $2300 or $3000 cause it says something about a $700 core charge....?
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well i just got back from a 6 hr roadtrip and my reman turbo has been surging like crazy, 2-4 psi surges and its gettin really annoying, im guna sh*t can this thing get the vgt-ss and some 190cc's that should fix my probs eh.....

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for elites, do you send them your turbo and they mod it? and if you dont send them yours its an additional $700?

or after they send you yours you send them your stock one back?
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Core Charges Generally Work as Follows:

(1) Pay New for Turbo + Pay Core Charge = Recieve New Turbo, Install New Turbo + Send Back your stock turbo = core charge refund.

(2) Send Back Stock Turbo + Pay for New Turbo = NO core charge

(3) Same as number 1, except don't send back old turbo = NO core charge refund.


Each company can very ...
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thanks! figured it was something like that.
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anyone have either of these turbos and how do you like them, how are they for towin?

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