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The custom 67.7mm Tcompressor is milled out of high strength 7075 Aluminum. It's TCT design is specifically designed to maximize peak power. To fit that wheel we developed a unique, OEM appearing, anti-surge ring thats sleeved into the factory IHI compressor cover. Redesigning the compressor to maximize power and driveability meant pouring over every detail of from MWE groove width and placement to diffuse clearance and shape.
The LB7 Stealth 67G2 center section is fitted with a 360 degree thrust bearing and features liquid cooling to increase reliability and minimize thrust wear during competition use.
The turbine side innovation rivals the compressor side. Our turbine dwarfs the factory turbine in every way. The turbine scrolls allows much higher flow, accomodating the monster turbine wheel. The LB7 Stealth 67G2 features the largest turbine available in an IHI (stock LB7 turbo) frame. Increasing turbine size dramatically reduces drive pressure under heavy load helping you achieve nearly a 1:1 drive to boost ratio under most operating conditions. Controlling drive pressure helps make more power and significantly lowers EGT's.
- 800 HP Peak Power potential
- Fits 2001-2004 Duramax LB7
- True IHI Castings mean 100% Stock Appearing
- Liquid Cooled center section w/360 Degree thrust bearing
- Exclusive High Flow Turbine assembly
- Engineered Anti-Surge Compressor Cover
- Dyno Proven Power
- Quick Spool-Up Useable Horsepower
- Wide Torque Curve
- Great for Towing and Fun to Drive
- No Core Required
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Will I be able to run this on a 2002 lb7 with all stock fuel components and a Fass 150 lift pump, will it run right, and will I absolutely have to have fueling mods before I install this turbo??
This would be a 67mm turbo and would be greatly oversized for the stock fuel system. Ideally this should be ran with a larger injector and heavy tuning to make it work well on the LB7 models. For more information I would suggest giving us a call to discuss the best setup for your goal. - AW