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Due to the high failure rates of the previous generation of turbos, Ford completely revamped the turbos for the 2017+ models to not only improve the reliability, but also the overall airflow, featuring a 61mm compressor wheel. But for those of us that demand better, we offer you this direct replacement turbo that will exactly drop into the stock location, but featuring a 66mm billet, extended tip compressor wheel for additional airflow, creating more power and lower EGT's (Exhaust Gas Temperatures). In order to ensure the utmost in reliability, before modification, this turbo starts life out as a genuine Ford Motor Company replacement turbo. While this turbo does not require any custom tuning due to it being a direct drop in that retains the stock variable geometry design, because of its larger displacement, we recommend having some type of performance tuning to gain the full advantage of the additional airflow.
- This product requires an upfront refundable core charge that will be refunded upon receipt and processing of your original core turbo. Cores with broken shafts or actuators will receive partial or no credit.
- ManufacturerFord Motor Company
- Direct replacement (no additional upgrades necessary)
- Machined compressor housing to allow for larger compressor wheel
- Includes 66mm billet, extended tip compressor wheel
- Before modification, is originally a genuine Ford Motor Company turbo, no cheap knockoffs!
- No custom ECM tuning required
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So I understand it's a direct drop in, but what other upgrades do I need to run this. And what power does it add?
The 66mm compressor wheel will support higher power levels and move much more air compared to the OEM sized charger. Supporting mods required would be quality tuning, and emissions removed.
What power does this add over a stock turbo? What else do I need to add?
This will greatly depend on the supporting mods installed with the turbo. It is capable of supporting around 100hp over stock.
Will this directly replace a 2013 f250 6.7 turbo??
This is not, this is a drop in for the 17-18 model trucks. - AW
Diesel Power, This appears to be an excellent product. I have an '18 F-350, and would like to get more power/torque to the wheels w/o deleting my truck. How much power can I expect with nothing more than an intake and DPF back exhaust upgrade? Can my stock truck reliably support this turbo, w/o a tuner? Will be used for long distance towing. Thanks in advance for insight offered! Sincerely, Ray?
Just doing an intake and exhaust is going to get you about 10 horsepower on that truck. On a stock truck without tuning I would recommend a 63mm size not the 66. The 66 is more suited for a guy that is doing more aggressive tuning. It might not perform as well as it could with stock tuning. DppSands
What improvements over the stock commercial set up will I see with this. Commercial motors IE 450 cab and chassis are reduced to 330 HP I believe.?
This turbo is not designed to be installed on commercial applications. This turbo is only to be used on the F250 and 350 consumer trucks. This will not work on Cab and Chassis applications.
Seems like if it is starting out as a stock turbo, the bearings/seals would be subject to even more premature damage/ failure by adding the bigger 66mm wheel. I already have a 2017 with failed seals and i am looking for longevity and better gains than stock without switching to a T4 setupðŸ’°ðŸ’°ðŸ’°ðŸ’°. 120k miles and failed stock?
They released this generation of turbo because of the previous design failure rates. Because of the overall changes to the turbo design they were able to up the size from 61mm to 66mm and still maintain the reliability they were looking for. It sounds like you had one of the previous design models. There are a lot of factors that cam come into play with turbo failures, the type of tuning mods or fueling mods can cause scenarios that would lead to premature failure. This is the upgrade for those failures. Hopefully this helps shed some light. Let us know if you have any other questions. Thank you. Cooper