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Master Power 66mm

Is anyone running one on a 24 valve truck? What supporting mods do you have? What modifications did you have to do for the install? I am thinking of switching from the HX 35 to a 66mm. Thoughts? Suggestions?

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Is anyone running one on a 24 valve truck? What supporting mods do you have? What modifications did you have to do for the install? I am thinking of switching from the HX 35 to a 66mm. Thoughts? Suggestions?

http://www.pdrdiesel.com/products/Ma...ns-952-26.html

I dunno, I do know that turbonetics has a really nice stage 2 setup. 66mm compressor wheel. there is a street kit, and a truck pull kit. I am gonna get the street kit eventually. The downpipe is included with the turbonetics kit and comes with all the hardware. IMO i would just like to buy something and have it include everything for one price instead of having to buy this part here, then buy this part at another place.
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I dunno, I do know that turbonetics has a really nice stage 2 setup. 66mm compressor wheel. there is a street kit, and a truck pull kit. I am gonna get the street kit eventually. The downpipe is included with the turbonetics kit and comes with all the hardware. IMO i would just like to buy something and have it include everything for one price instead of having to buy this part here, then buy this part at another place.
I agree, but I would also not want to pay for something if I already had it (ie. upgrading from and aftermarket turbo) and would rather order two kits if it saves me a thousand dollars Also some kits do come with everything, it all depends on who you buy them from, and I'm sure a turbo dealer would be more than happy to find any odds and ends for one lump sum.
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I agree, but I would also not want to pay for something if I already had it (ie. upgrading from and aftermarket turbo) and would rather order two kits if it saves me a thousand dollars Also some kits do come with everything, it all depends on who you buy them from, and I'm sure a turbo dealer would be more than happy to find any odds and ends for one lump sum.


True true!!!!! I agree as well, its like they say there is an advantage and a ddrawback to everything
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