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Old September 1st, 2010, 01:19 PM   #81
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WOW Tacoma, that was a big explanation. thanks
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Old September 1st, 2010, 01:44 PM   #82
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I'm pretty happy with my low mileage 7.3L
Im pretty happy with my mid-mileage 7.3L.

Although I want a 6.7L
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Im pretty happy with my mid-mileage 7.3L.

Although I want a 6.7L
I'm very happy with my mid mileage 12v.

Although I NEED rust repair.
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Old September 11th, 2010, 12:46 PM   #84
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You know its and interesting set up exhaust running thru the valley to the turbine housing of the turbo.. but with how high egt's would be I don't see it being along last engine.. plus its still a V-8..kinda cool it's common rail.. but for the Diesl HP junkies.. Idon't think it will make big power or handle it without serious internal building like a duramax needs..
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You know its and interesting set up exhaust running thru the valley to the turbine housing of the turbo.. but with how high egt's would be I don't see it being along last engine.. plus its still a V-8..kinda cool it's common rail.. but for the Diesl HP junkies.. Idon't think it will make big power or handle it without serious internal building like a duramax needs..
EGTs will not be any different than having the exhaust routed out of the outside of the block. The big benefits are packaging and lower heat loss to the turbine - the name of the game to make most of what you have.
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