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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-05-2008, 07:47 PM Thread Starter
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what is the cheapest set of twins you can get, running 200hp sticks, mybe useing my stock turbo if i can find a kit and another turbos anyone have any ideas

97 f 250 xlt 4 inch lift, 36/15.50 tires, hypermax kit with sledghammer turbo, swamps 355mm injectors, compitition fuel system,bdp stealth pumps oil system, head studs, custom 4 inch exhaust, edge evo and ez stack
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source automotive has one that uses the stock turbo.
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How much fab can you do yourself? building twins isn't too hard. I'd say put your stocker over an s400 or ht3b with a 38mm external gate on there and you should be good. If you upgrade your stock charger to a 60mm comp wheel that would be better too. If you want to buy a kit, look at source automotive, Relentless diesel, or Kendrick diesel. That should run you about 2800-3500 you could build them for about 1500-2000.
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i agree with sstockton i would do the fab work myself and get a s4 works really good with the stock turbo
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Sorry, but to me it kinda looks like this guy has a 7.3 and just posted in the wrong place? 355cc's is the equivalent of a 200hp injector in the HEUI world.....:
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Sorry, but to me it kinda looks like this guy has a 7.3 and just posted in the wrong place? 355cc's is the equivalent of a 200hp injector in the HEUI world.....:
Pretty sure, he sold that 7.3L and has an 01 dodge now, and just never edited the signature.

On a side note, 355cc injectors are worth 200hp? Thats good to know. I know almost nothing about fords, but may be helping my brother build his if he decides to hot rod it, and it is good to have comparison point.
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