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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-18-2007, 07:43 PM Thread Starter
 
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does anyone know anything about the BD super B turbos? i was thinking about getting the super B single, then later upgrading to the twin setup.. anyone had experience with them? thanks.
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I run one on mine like it very much. Gives a little more kick in the pants. A lot less hesitation than stock, I have the same idea to go to twins latter
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A super B is a bone stock S300G with a $300 markup for the BD name.
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so who sells the s300g? and bone stock?? which brand and size would u recommend mkoth?
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I have had really good luck with High Tech Turbo. A 62mm wheel with your choice of the exhaust housings and such. It makes an good top turbo on a set of twins later on down the road. Then you have lots of choices on whos twins you want to run.

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Borg Warner part number.

Go to any turbo and/or pump shop and ask for that part number turbo.

The only other thing you will need is an hx40 downpipe and an adjustable boost elbow.

Last I heard Turbo Supply in Joplin Missouri gets around $800 bucks for one, brand new.

I see you are from Iowa, if you ever get to the correct side of the state, we can make your truck run decent.
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ha.. correct side of the state huh? where's that? how can u make it run "decent"?
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ha.. correct side of the state huh? where's that? how can u make it run "decent"?
West is best. :Thumbup:

Get rid of the Banks stuff and get a good turbo on it and it will run decent.

You already have a good trans.
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Isn't the BD twins kit just 2 s300 variants. A bone stock one top "super B" like Mkoth said, and a modified S300 on the bottom? That just doesn't seem like it would push enough air to support a good amount of fuel. I would think an S300/S400 combo would be much better and not sacrifice that much drivability.

thats just my thoughts on it though.
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k so i was looking at HT turbos and there are so many choices! I read about the turbo matchings, and i was kinda leanin towards a 64/14 or 64/12... any suggestions? any experience with the different size housings and wheels? thanks
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