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Featuring an upgraded 64.5mm Ballistic Compressor Wheel and Low MOI (Moment of Inertia) 70mm Turbine Wheel, you'll see a huge gain in airflow which equates to more power, lower temperatures, and better fuel economy. Further, it features a brand new, factory Holset VGT actuator. Most other companies use either cheap, aftermarket actuators or reuse core (used) actuators, but unfortunately, all of these fail, and the only method to ensure reliability is starting with a brand new unit from the original manufacturer.
- 12 Months
- Drops in to the stock location
- Can support modifications up to 690HP with additional performance mods
- Utilizes a brand new Holset VGT actuator
- Ballistic 64.5mm Ballistic 7+7 blade compressor wheel
- Low MOI (Moment of Inertia) 70mm 12 blade Quick Spool Turbine wheel
- Each turbo actuator stroke is tested prior to shipping
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Is this all brand new turbocharger that is compatible with a 2013 RAM 2500 Laramie Longhorn 4x4 Cummins 6.7L? And if so, do I have to make any adjustments and/or calibration to it in order to be compatible with my truck??
It is a Reman modified turbo with a new actuator. Yes it is compatible with your application. We would definitely recommend different tuning to help spool that turbo in the bottom end. Because it is considerably larger then stock it can be slow to respond in the lower RPM's. DppSands
Do I need to have tuning updated??
You don't have to have it updated. Turbo functions just like a stock one. You might be able to get a little better drivability out of it if you were to get it retuned though. -Sands
After installing the turbo does the truck have to go to dealer to get programmed to the truck??
No, the actuator is pre-calibrated ready to go.
Does this product also work with the 2019?
Unfortunately that would not fit a 2019. They are using a different turbo then the previous generation. -Sands
Can you remove the silencer ring??
If you feel that you much remove the silencer ring, sure, go for it. However, the turbo would no longer be covered under warranty. -Ben