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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-01-2012, 07:03 PM Thread Starter
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Turbo help!!!!

I have been doing a lot of reading about the Daniville turbos as well as the Cheetahs I want something that has awesome sound to it as well more power and lower the Egts. I will be putting the turbo on my Tow truck while I am doing the turbo I will be doing the tow flows And egr delete as well. I am hoping to have this with out getting any Turbo lag.. just don't know what route to go with the turbos I would love twins but I am scared to pop the motor!

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Twins won't automatically pop your motor. They can be ran just as safe as any other aftermarket turbo. If you tow frequently and have the money, go with twins.

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Twins won't automatically pop your motor. They can be ran just as safe as any other aftermarket turbo. If you tow frequently and have the money, go with twins.
X2^^^^^^^^^

Twins are the ultimate towing setup for any pickup.


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--CC, SB 4X4 Duramax Diesel/ 6 spd Allison Auto (PTO high idle mod)
--EFILive by KB3MMX Tuning W/ SDP Towing Twins (Billet S475 over Stock)
--SILVERLINE 4" Stainless Exhaust
--AMSOIL Synthetics and filtration bumper to bumper, including Bypass
--DDM tuning HID's in Low and High Beams, 6000K Lows/4250K Highs
--PPE rear Diff cover, PPE Deep Trans Pan, PPE High Flow Manifolds and Up Pipes
--Danville 3" Y Bridge and big air intake kit / EGR delete
--Airdog II DF200 w/ CAT UHE filter upgrade...etc,etc...
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x2 on twins, will yield the best spool time and low egts, but if you want to go single, you cant go wrong with the danville 2.5 or the 4094 garret

for even lower egts make sure to change ur drivers side exhaust manifold, BD has one and i belive an lml will bolt up but dont quote me on that, also do a hot side CAC tube as well for lowerd egts, downpipe also come to mind

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Performance: LBZ Mac performance intake, LBZ mouthpiece, MBRP duals, shim kit, ported fuel rail fittings, headstuds, FASS150, FASS fuel filter delete bowl, LBZ FPR, EFI live by Idaho Rob
Air Flow:finger vanes, ported turbine housing, BatMoWheel, losend unison ring, ported exhaust manifolds, gasket matched up-pipes
Exterior: Rear Reunel bumper, leveled tow mirrors, HIDs (all on mod), ADP tie-rod sleeves, green tinted headlamp housings
Interior: 2 12" memphis car audio subs, custom sealed box and 2000 watt memphis amp, LED interior, dash and door lights-green, cobalt autometer pyro and boost piller gauges
Best Time: 13.92 @ 95 mph 1.96 60 foot
Work In Progress: 1969 Chevy Nova, built turbo 350, 283ci small block est. 550hp with 7500 rpm redline, caltracs, 4.11 ford 9" rear end, dual 3"exhaust

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Twins won't automatically pop your motor. They can be ran just as safe as any other aftermarket turbo. If you tow frequently and have the money, go with twins.
X2^^^^^^^^^

Twins are the ultimate towing setup for any pickup.

A 4094 or billet 4094 is very hard to beat for the money though!

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--CC, SB 4X4 Duramax Diesel/ 6 spd Allison Auto (PTO high idle mod)
--EFILive by KB3MMX Tuning W/ SDP Towing Twins (Billet S475 over Stock)
--SILVERLINE 4" Stainless Exhaust
--AMSOIL Synthetics and filtration bumper to bumper, including Bypass
--DDM tuning HID's in Low and High Beams, 6000K Lows/4250K Highs
--PPE rear Diff cover, PPE Deep Trans Pan, PPE High Flow Manifolds and Up Pipes
--Danville 3" Y Bridge and big air intake kit / EGR delete
--Airdog II DF200 w/ CAT UHE filter upgrade...etc,etc...
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Its a tough choice a to which ones I wanna do I would love twins I really do! I am just spooked that I will pop my motor type thing Same with a single. I guess the questin is if I can run twins beat on the daily and still be safe type thing ya know. I don't really care for crazy power something Smooth an nice qick spool and lower Egts ya know. Would be badd ass Twin turbo tow truck!

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And really I should do the manifold on the lmm? I have done the down pipe as well as the Pvc Reroute And this week I am doing inline lift pump the holly black, I am doing the tranny I the new year I guess I sould do the twins and do the tow flows.

2009 Lmm Silverado CCLB 4x4 Sport-comp II gauges Fuel/pyro/Boost/Insight CTS SDP Twin S480Batmowheel compounded kit over, Danville Stage2R68mm,PPE Duel Fuelers 45 Over injectors,16-1 .20 over Mahel Cast pistons,Carrillo Rods, SocalDamper, Arp hardware keyed Crank and Cam Balanced Crank and rods. Merchant motor and transfer case mounts,PCV Reroute, Custom Rear air bags, fully built transmission, 3 inch body lift on 33 Toyos.
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And really I should do the manifold on the lmm? I have done the down pipe as well as the Pvc Reroute And this week I am doing inline lift pump the holly black, I am doing the tranny I the new year I guess I sould do the twins and do the tow flows.
if the lmm has the "dented" drivers side manifold then by all means yes, i cant recall if the lmm has it tho, id have to see one

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Performance: LBZ Mac performance intake, LBZ mouthpiece, MBRP duals, shim kit, ported fuel rail fittings, headstuds, FASS150, FASS fuel filter delete bowl, LBZ FPR, EFI live by Idaho Rob
Air Flow:finger vanes, ported turbine housing, BatMoWheel, losend unison ring, ported exhaust manifolds, gasket matched up-pipes
Exterior: Rear Reunel bumper, leveled tow mirrors, HIDs (all on mod), ADP tie-rod sleeves, green tinted headlamp housings
Interior: 2 12" memphis car audio subs, custom sealed box and 2000 watt memphis amp, LED interior, dash and door lights-green, cobalt autometer pyro and boost piller gauges
Best Time: 13.92 @ 95 mph 1.96 60 foot
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Hmmm I can't find anything on the forums to show if it is or no and the inter web well that's not working to well.

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im sure one of the vendors willknow, i just havent seen, well payed enough attention on an lmm to know lol

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Performance: LBZ Mac performance intake, LBZ mouthpiece, MBRP duals, shim kit, ported fuel rail fittings, headstuds, FASS150, FASS fuel filter delete bowl, LBZ FPR, EFI live by Idaho Rob
Air Flow:finger vanes, ported turbine housing, BatMoWheel, losend unison ring, ported exhaust manifolds, gasket matched up-pipes
Exterior: Rear Reunel bumper, leveled tow mirrors, HIDs (all on mod), ADP tie-rod sleeves, green tinted headlamp housings
Interior: 2 12" memphis car audio subs, custom sealed box and 2000 watt memphis amp, LED interior, dash and door lights-green, cobalt autometer pyro and boost piller gauges
Best Time: 13.92 @ 95 mph 1.96 60 foot
Work In Progress: 1969 Chevy Nova, built turbo 350, 283ci small block est. 550hp with 7500 rpm redline, caltracs, 4.11 ford 9" rear end, dual 3"exhaust
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