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16 cm egts

How much will my egts drop when I do the 16 cm housing?

1997 Dodge 2500 4x4 auto, 4 inch exhaust, airaide intake, 0 plate, boost elbow, 4k gsk, trans, boost, and pyro gauges, built trans with billet converter, 16 cm exhaust housing.
1991 Dodge W250 4x4 manual, 3200 gsk, 4 inch straight piped, advanced timing 1/8", pump turned up all the way.
1997 F-250 Power Stroke-manual trans, 4" exhaust, TS 6 position chip with PHP Tunes, DIY intake, shimmend regulator.
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Probably about 300*-500*

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Probably about 300*-500*
I don't think theny would drop that much. Because all your'e really doing is allowing more exhaust to escape faster. Not really giving it muh more air.
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then what would be the purpose of it if it doesnt cool you down?:shrug:

1997 Dodge 2500 4x4 auto, 4 inch exhaust, airaide intake, 0 plate, boost elbow, 4k gsk, trans, boost, and pyro gauges, built trans with billet converter, 16 cm exhaust housing.
1991 Dodge W250 4x4 manual, 3200 gsk, 4 inch straight piped, advanced timing 1/8", pump turned up all the way.
1997 F-250 Power Stroke-manual trans, 4" exhaust, TS 6 position chip with PHP Tunes, DIY intake, shimmend regulator.
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alittle but it mostly eliminates exhaust restriction with the 12 CM housing. you might see like *100 drop, like willy91 said your not putting more in your just freeing up flow so it isn't restricted and building heat. IMA i would get a whole new turbo.
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PM SStockton he nows alot about turbos!
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I saw about a 100* reduction in cruise temps and a 20hp/65lbtq gain on the dyno when I went from a 12cm to a 16cm non-wastegated.
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Are all 16 cm turbo's non-wastegated? My wastegate on my '97 needs replaced, and I thought it might be the time to upgrade to the 16 cm.
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Are all 16 cm turbo's non-wastegated? My wastegate on my '97 needs replaced, and I thought it might be the time to upgrade to the 16 cm.
Yes, that i've seen. But the 12 and 14s are availible in wastegated or not.
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