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6.0 Powerstroke Turbo Replacement

Here is a new 6.0 Powerstroke Turbo Replacement

Turbo – NEW Stock Replacement – 6.0L Powerstroke 2005.5-2007 – Garrett GT3782VA

 

  • Brand New 6.0 Powerstroke Turbo Replacement $700
  • Not Remanufacured
  • Fixes Burning Oil Problem (blue white smoke out the exhaust)
  • Fixes Turbo Spool Problem (VGT vanes and unison ring stick open and caused by rust in turbine housing) (VGT vanes stuck high rpm mode)
  • Fixes No High Engine RPM Power (Vanes Stuck in Closed Position)
  • Get It Quickly Down Time To Waste on Turbo Rebuild, Buy New!

Click Below to Buy 2003 6.0 Powerstroke Turbo Replacement:

 

Click Below to Buy 2004- 2005.5 Powerstroke 6.0 Turbo:


 

Click Below to Buy 2005.5  – 2007 Powerstroke 6.0 Turbo:

 

 

Click Below To Buy Powermax Turbo Upgrade:

 

Notes: Turbo Differences:

  • 2003 6.0 Powerstroke Specs: 59 X 82 Compressor 66.6 X 72.10 10 Blade Turbine (Has Taller turbine wheel tip height, makes machining required to install turbine in other model turbine housing, vanes are taller and not compatible with other year turbine housings) (2004.5+ has an additional mount on the turbine housing to mount to the pedestal, the 2003 Turbo Doesn’t have This Mount Cast Into The Turbine Housing)
  • 2004 – 2005.5 59×82 Compressor 66.6 X 72 Turbine 13 Blade
  • 2005.5 – 2007 56 x82 Compressor 64.5 X 72 Turbine 13 Blade
  • 2004.5-2007 Powermax Turbo Upgrade 63.5 X 88 GT4088 Compressor Wheel and 2003 66.6 X 72.10 10 Blade Turbine Wheel 175 hp gain without loss of spool.

6.0 Powerstoke Turbo Rebuild 2003 – 2007

If You would rather spend time rebuilding you turbo and less money you can watch my 6.0 Powerstroke turbo rebuild tutorial video and buy our rebuild kit.

We Also Sell Powerstroke Turbo Upgrade Parts that do Require Machining, We Do Upgrade Powerstroke Turbos But it is a Time Consuming Process Which I Dont Recommend Unless you can Afford 3-4 Weeks Down time.

 

How To Do a Boost Leak Test

Here I Teach How to Do a Boost Leak Test. This Is the Most Important Thing to Know How to Do If You Own a Turbo Car.

If Your Turbo Vehicle Has a Boost Leak It is Rob You of Your Horsepower, Fuel Economy, and Can Potentially Cause You to Blow Up Your Engine by Burning a Valve, Running too Rich and Washing the Cylinders, and Blowing Your Headgasket from Throwing off Your Tune.

Boost Leaks Will Cause a Rich Condition, The Car can Also Experience Stalling, Rough and High Idle, Loss of Power, Bad Fuel Mileage, and Loss of Turbo Spool up. This is the Single Most Important Thing that You can Learn About Turbochargers.

Here is an Easy to Read Itemized List of Symptoms of Boost Leaks:

  • Vehicle Lacks Power and is Slow
  • Turbo is Very Laggy, (Spool Up is Slow)
  • Bad Gas Mileage
  • Rough Idle
  • High Idle
  • Engine Stalling

Make Sure You Buy The Appropriate Boost Leak Tester For Your Application. (1″, 2″, 3″, 4″, 5″ etc)

Here are Some Boost Leak Testers Already Made that You can Purchase.

Common Leaks That You Cannot See Are Often Found In Conditions Like:

  • Corroded Intercooler Pipe
  • Corroded Intercooler (Common for DSM)
  • Not Properly Sealed Intercooler Core. ( I saw this on a New Jeep Liberty Turbo Diesel Once)
  • Leaking Blow Off Valve (Common with Greedy, Blitz, and Factory BOV)
  • Holes in Vacuum Lines
  • Broken Seal Intake Manifold Gaskets
  • Dry Rotted Fuel Injector Seals

Steps Too Boost Leak Testing Your Car:

  • Install Boost Leak Tester On TurboCharger Inlet
  • Fill Up Boost Leak Tester Tire Valve With Air Chuck Until You Reach Your Boost Level (25 psi+)
  • Spray Soapy Water All Over Charge Pipes, Vacuum Lines, and Where Every Boost May Go.
  • Search For Bubbles to find Leaks