This turbo is NOT vehicle specific! Thus, you will have to make provisions for installing it into your particular application. If you have any questions regarding what would be involved, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Diesel and EFR Turbos
The EFR turbo is a very versatile turbo as you might have got by reading so far. This is why we chose to use it on our race truck for the Baja 1000. These turbos are completely different than the normal single or twin setups found on modern diesel trucks. The EFR is much more raw and mean. What we mean by this is that 20 lbs of boost on a triple EFR setup feels more aggressive in our Ram 3500 than our previous 909 horsepower twin setup that was running 70-100lbs of boost. How is this possible, you may ask? Well, it is rather simple, the EFR turbos are much more modern as you saw in the Why EFR tab, the EFR spools up to 2x faster and simply gives you much more power all the time. Instead of spooling a huge turbo in a big twin system, all that energy/power is instantly going to your wheels. So with the EFR, you have 4 decisions to make: Single, parallel twins, parallel triple turbos, or mixed/other. For the majority of our customers we would probably recommend a Parallel twin setup for the best benefits with a lower cost of build than a triple setup.
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