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Upgrading the airflow to your Cummins has never been easier! Its been proven time and again that the factory Holset HE351VE turbo does not deliver sufficient airflow for even a stock powered 6.7L Cummins. Now, you throw even a mild programmer at it and the issue only compounds. This complete turbo kit from ATS allows you to keep your factory exhaust brake, heck, even all of the factory emissions system for a true bolt-on compound turbo kit.
That's right, this complete kit maintains use of the factory VGT (Variable Geometry Turbo) which means you keep the great low end response this turbo is known for, coupled with the integrated exhaust brake, for the ultimate towing and daily driver compound turbo kit. The uniquely engineered Vortex manifold allows for sleek bends and smooth air transitions, while being compact and ensuring a simple installation.
- ManufacturerATS Diesel Performance
- Capable of Supporting 750+ Rear Wheel Horsepower (RWHP)
- Lower EGT (Exhaust Gas Temperature)
- Increase in Horsepower and Torque
- Retains Factory Exhaust Brake
- All Hardware Included
- Great for Towing, Racing, and Daily Driving
- Works with Emissions In Place
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Hi Team, I have a 2017 RAM 2500 with 6.7L Cummins totally stock, I'm ok with the DPF system, don't like the EGR system (looking for tuner to turn it off) but tow a large trailer and looking for a bit more power to help the engine. With this upgrade you indicate its for stock engine up to 750HP. No interest in racing. Do you need to add an upgraded fuel pump to get to 650HP?whats suggested? Do you need to do Head studs and valve springs? I want a reliable Truck which will stay on the road, so far its living up to my expectations. I live in Perth Western Australia and my truck is Professionally Right hand converted. Michael?
There is not a tuner that will just turn off the EGR system unfortunately. To get 650HP on those trucks you would need to add a high flow supply pump like a FASS Titanium and slightly larger injectors. Yes you would definately need to do head studs. Valve springs and pushrods would be recommended.
I have a stock 2016 6.7. What else would be needed after adding this turbo kit to my truck?
There are no other items required, however we would suggest proper tuning to go along with it. We would recommend our line of Calibrated power tuners.
Hey guys, Would like your recommendation if this is the right turbo for me or lead to the one more appropriate. I do use the truck as a daily driver just want more power. One thing i do not really want to do is bring attention to myself by rolling coal, which can be done very easily at any time with the setup I have now. This is what i have completed on the truck, to start with have done the deletes-ERG, DPF, and grid heater. I have added the following: RaceMe Ultra Tuner, BD Intake Horn, AirDog II 4G 165 with XDP Fuel tank sump kit BD Stage 2 R900 CP3 w/90HP Injectors DTech injector connector tubes ARP Head studs and removed the pressure relief from common rail. Oh, forgot also changed to 5" turbo back exhaust. The actual next item I am getting will be a "cold air intake", so any recommendation on that would be helpful also. The only thing done to the 68RFE is I installed the ATS Billet Channel Plate Kit. Any suggestions, comments, or changes I should make would greatly be appreciated. Thanks guys?
If you are running that on a stock turbo this compound kit is going to help a lot. With both power, lower EGT's and smoke control. I would recommend the ATS Copilot or transmission tuning as well. You will have to modify most Cold air intakes to work with this kit. -Sands