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Bean's Dominator 66 turbo?

Hey guys, I'm thinking about stg2 singles this spring and was thinking i should upgrade the turbo as well.....

the stg2's would be too much for the stock turbo with a 1.0 housing right?

i was looking at Bean's BDP Dominator 66 turbo...i like the price and its supposed to flow more than the H2

anyone have any opinions or experiences?

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I take it you want all out HP... If that is the case, I hear that the H2E is better suited to that. The D66 has its limits in that it has the same thrust bearing as the stocker. I have read it will live with well tuned 2's, but it is not as stable at those high HP levels as the H2E. The price sure is nice, though.
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what are some of the website for these turbos
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Hey guys, I'm thinking about stg2 singles this spring and was thinking i should upgrade the turbo as well.....

the stg2's would be too much for the stock turbo with a 1.0 housing right?

i was looking at Bean's BDP Dominator 66 turbo...i like the price and its supposed to flow more than the H2

anyone have any opinions or experiences?

thanks
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Stage 2's and a 1.0 housing would be a really bad thing for higher hp programs.

My truck with stage 1's and the stock 1.15 housing will burry my 35 psi boost gauge in Extreme. I don't have an Intercooler though.

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I take it you want all out HP... If that is the case, I hear that the H2E is better suited to that. The D66 has its limits in that it has the same thrust bearing as the stocker. I have read it will live with well tuned 2's, but it is not as stable at those high HP levels as the H2E. The price sure is nice, though.
how much of a difference in power are we talking?

do you think it would be enough to justify the extra $$$$

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I have that exact combo and love it. I can hit 30lbs with stock programming. I will know more after putting it on the dyno in April....:

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I think Luke is saying the H2E will support more power, not make more per se.
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what are some of the website for these turbos
www.hhturbo.com they are out of utah

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I think you mean www.htturbo.com
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