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- ManufacturerDipaco DTech Diesel Parts
- OEM: F4TZ6VK682CARM
- Cardone: 2N-208
- SMP: TBC566
- BWD: 287101
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Why on turbo's there is no CFM ( cubic feet per minute) rating. Example: if a say 94 mm large turbo is slow to spool but say pushes say 3000 CFM then would 2- say 60 mm small to mid size turbos spool much faster and still push 3000 CFM. I am thinking run in parallel ( one off of each exhaust manifold) but plumed into a single manifold that distributes the air to each bank of cylinders. I have a 1997 F-350 with a 7.3 diesel. The motor would also have appropriate up grades to handle the 2-turbos. Mark FitzPatrick?
Typically on stock turbos they do not show the compressor maps as per they are built for factory output. Most of the aftermarket performance turbos we can supply you with a compressor map so you can properly fit a turbo or turbos on the truck. Send us an email if you are interested in one and we can see if we can source you a compressor map.