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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-26-2007, 09:16 PM Thread Starter
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Hx 40 questions

can i put a hx 40 turbo on my 05 will it help out with the performance of my truck:shrug: :shrug: :shrug:
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I think your money would be better spent on a bigger charger. phat shaft 62 or something like that. I know the 40's are prone to catastrophic failure when they are pushed hard also.

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Had a PDR 40, and it was a great turbo, but, the technology has come a long ways since that was designed. MUCH better choices now. My suggestion would be something from HTT or I.I.

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I agree with the others.. The 40 isn't a great choice as a single that's going to be pushed hard.. It seems it's most commonly now used as a good matchup with an HT3B in a twins setup.

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HX40's aren't worth buying, IMO - unless it's for a low boost application.

As posted above, better technology available today - and pushing the '40's compressor map will snap the shaft in short order!

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