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These products are popular turbo options for your Dodge Ram Cummins. However, to see all of the available options, please select your vehicle application from the top menu and navigate to the appropr ... read more

BD Super B Single Turbo 94-02 5.9L Dodge Cummins 1045220 BD-1045220 45.00 BD Super B Single Turbo 94-02 5.9L Dodge Cummins 1045220 BD-Power 1045220 Diesel Power Products carries the BD Super B Single Turbo for 94-02 5.9L Dodge Cummins 1045220 BD 16CM Non-Wastegated Turbine Housing 88-93 5.9L Dodge Cummins 1045911 BD-1045911 12.00 BD 16CM Non-Wastegated Turbine Housing 88-93 5.9L Dodge Cummins 1045911 BD-Power 1045911 Diesel Power Products carries the BD 16CM Non-Wastegated Turbine Housing for 88-93 5.9L Dodge Cummins 1045910 Industrial Injection Thunder S330 Turbocharger 04.5-07 Dodge 5.9L Cummins II-13809880094 30.00 Industrial Injection Thunder S330 Turbocharger 04.5-07 Dodge 5.9L Cummins Industrial Injection 13809880094 The perfect drop in replacment for the factory turbo. It adds enough versatility to cover both towing and racing. Fleece Performance 63mm Cheetah Turbocharger 03-07 5.9L Dodge Cummins FPE-351-0304-Main 0.00 Fleece Performance 63mm Cheetah Turbocharger 03-07 5.9L Dodge Cummins Fleece Performance Engineering FPE-351-0304 We now offer the 63mm Cheetah turbo for the 3rd Gen Cummins for unsurpassed drivability. ATS 2029302272 Aurora 3000 Turbo System 03-07 5.9L Cummins ATS-2029302272 37.00 ATS 2029302272 Aurora 3000 Turbo System 03-07 5.9L Cummins ATS Diesel Performance 202-930-2272 Are you ready for a lightning quick spooling turbo for your 2003-2007 Cummins? Meet the ATS Aurora 3000! ATS 2029302218 Aurora 3000 Turbo System 98.5-02 5.9L Cummins ATS-2029302218 17.00 ATS 2029302218 Aurora 3000 Turbo System 98.5-02 5.9L Cummins ATS Diesel Performance 202-930-2218 Are you ready for a lightning quick spooling turbo for your 24 Valve Cummins? Meet the ATS Aurora 3000! Wicked Wheel2 | Turbo Compressor Wheel Upgrade 03-04 5.9L Cummins DS-WW35 2.00 Wicked Wheel2 | Turbo Compressor Wheel Upgrade 03-04 5.9L Cummins DieselSite WW35 Unleash the potential of your 2003-2004 Cummins' factory turbo with an upgraded BILLET Wicked Wheel2 Compressor Wheel upgrade! Wicked Wheel2 | Turbo Compressor Wheel 04.5-18 5.9L / 6.7L Cummins DS-WW3505 2.00 Wicked Wheel2 | Turbo Compressor Wheel 04.5-18 5.9L / 6.7L Cummins DieselSite WW3505 Unleash the potential of your factory Holset turbo with an upgraded BILLET Wicked Wheel2 Compressor Wheel upgrade! Wicked Wheel2 | Turbo Compressor Wheel Upgrade 98.5-02 5.9L Cummins DS-WW3598 2.00 Wicked Wheel2 | Turbo Compressor Wheel Upgrade 98.5-02 5.9L Cummins DieselSite WW3598 Unleash the potential of your 24 Valve Cummins' factory turbo with an upgraded BILLET Wicked Wheel2 Compressor Wheel upgrade! Fleece Performance Holset VGT Cheetah Turbocharger 07.5-12 6.7L Cummins FPE-351-0712 50.00 Fleece Performance Holset VGT Cheetah Turbocharger 07.5-12 6.7L Cummins Fleece Performance Engineering FPE-351-0712 Drop in turbo performance for your 6.7L Cummins, the Fleece Cheetah! Direct Replacement HE351VE VGT Turbo with Billet Compressor Wheel Upgrade 07.5-12 6.7L Cummins RCT-HE351VEBCW 40.00 Direct Replacement HE351VE VGT Turbo with Billet Compressor Wheel Upgrade 07.5-12 6.7L Cummins River City Turbo RCT-3770973BR Replace your worn VGT with an upgraded, direct replacement featuring a billet compressor wheel. BD-Power 1045770 Screamer HE351VE Performance Turbo 07.5-12 6.7L Dodge Ram Cummins BD-1045770 50.00 BD-Power 1045770 Screamer HE351VE Performance Turbo 07.5-12 6.7L Dodge Ram Cummins BD-Power 1045770 Upgrade your 6.7L Cummins Turbo with this complete drop-in performance turbo from BD.

These products are popular turbo options for your Dodge Ram Cummins. However, to see all of the available options, please select your vehicle application from the top menu and navigate to the appropriate category.

One thing is for certain, the Cummins power plant is one of the most popularly upgraded light duty diesels of all time. Maybe it started with the simplicity to add extra power to a P-Pump 12 valve by merely adjusting the AFC Spring and sliding (or removing) the fuel plate. Or maybe its the innate ability for these engines to reliably handle the additional power without faulting (to a certain degree). Whatever the reasoning, the fact that you can very simply add 60+ horsepower to a Cummins in a matter of minutes no matter the model year is pretty astounding.

That being said, what these "simple" modifications don't take into account typically is airflow, only fueling and sometimes timing. Sure, the new cold air intake you bolted on helps get more cool, dense air to the turbo, but what about after that? In all reality, when you add fueling, in order to keep EGT's (Exhaust Gas Temperatures) down and reliability at its peak, you need to balance that with extra airflow, and merely upgrading the cold air intake is simply not enough once you've increased by an average of 60 horsepower. The fix? Upgrade your turbo. And on a Cummins especially, it may be a heck of a lot simpler than you think!

Due in large part to the inline design of a Cummins engine, you have a pretty basic setup of turbo design and a relatively "universal" style of exhaust manifold. Other applications require two manifolds, up pipes, a pedestal, etc. With a Cummins, you've got an exhaust manifold with a turbo hanging off of it....pretty straightforward really. And what this means is that many turbo upgrades merely bolt in place of the stock turbo, where other applications necessitate new uppipes, downpipe, cold air intake, and the list goes on. Furthermore, it means there is an absolute plethora of options out there to perfectly suit your exact horsepower level, driving habits, and numerous other factors which we'll discuss soon enough.

Okay, so now that we've convinced you that you need a new turbo, why do you need a new turbo? Beyond the fact that your original turbo may be showing its age, if you've added power through larger injectors, chip or programmer, or any other fueling enhancements, basically your air-fuel ratio is "off" from what Cummins originally intended. By going to a larger turbo, you'll regain that balanced AF ratio to keep exhaust gas temperatures at bay, MPG's up, and get yourself an entirely new, broader powerband for climbing those big grades or edging out that Camaro at the stoplight.

By far the most important thing to do when selecting your turbo upgrade is to make sure its appropriately sized for your particular truck. If you go too big, it will be laggy and drivability will suffer. But if you go too small, you'll get excessive smoke and EGT's. Really, the art of sizing a turbo involves your engine displacement, fueling upgrades, engine internal upgrades (such as aftermarket camshaft), even gear ratio, tire size, and transmission type. What many fail to think about is that a manual transmission, or at least a six speed auto, can run a larger turbo than their four speed automatic counterparts because there is less RPM drop off between gears. Further, for those running oversized tires with tall gears, guess what, your RPM is already relatively low, meaning airflow is down which can't speed the turbo. If you run too big of a turbo, it simply won't light. Its amazing what dropping in a set of 4.10 gears (or lower depending on tire size) can do to deliver turbo speed. These factors coupled with the obvious fact of what you realistically use your truck for can really aid in selecting the right charger, or chargers, for your Cummins. If you need assistance in selecting the right one, don't hesitate to give us a call or shoot an e-mail and we can discuss what's right for you.

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