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300 efi turbo header

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300 efi turbo header

Post #1 by Twinturbor » Thu Jun 06, 2019 11:26 pm

I'm considering tooling up to make up pipes for the efi 300's out there. I plan on making them for a t4 flange with external wastegate. If your interested. Let me know and if you want something different let me know so I can figure out what the demand is and see if its worth while making the fixtures. I have attached some pics of my setup so you have an idea of what I would be building
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Re: 300 efi turbo header

Post #2 by Mdixon300f100 » Fri Jun 07, 2019 6:49 am

I was looking into a similar setup, divided pipes into the flange and twin external wastegates. I’m using a tp38 from a first gen Powerstroke. It’s a counter rotation turbo I don’t know if that placement would work though.

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Re: 300 efi turbo header

Post #3 by Twinturbor » Sat Jun 08, 2019 12:32 am

I know its inconvenient but if you want to send your turbo and wastegate to me I would be willing to build the setup for you on my motor and ship it back to you. I just want to see more turbo 300's on the road.

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Re: 300 efi turbo header

Post #4 by Mdixon300f100 » Sat Jun 08, 2019 8:00 am

Twinturbor wrote:I know its inconvenient but if you want to send your turbo and wastegate to me I would be willing to build the setup for you on my motor and ship it back to you. I just want to see more turbo 300's on the road.


Would you be able to work from a picture? I could send a pic of the turbine housing so you can check orientation and beyond that it should be pretty straightforward. I’m still in the design/plan/parts gathering stage right now.

Where are you located? I’d rather not spend hundreds of dollars shipping heavy stuff around the country unnecessarily.

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Re: 300 efi turbo header

Post #5 by Twinturbor » Sun Jun 09, 2019 12:52 am

Send some pics of the turbo and let me know what the diameter of the compressor housing and I will see what I come up with. Also I will see if I can locate a flange for it as well

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Re: 300 efi turbo header

Post #6 by Mdixon300f100 » Mon Jun 10, 2019 9:12 am

Twinturbor wrote:Send some pics of the turbo and let me know what the diameter of the compressor housing and I will see what I come up with. Also I will see if I can locate a flange for it as well


I believe it’s a 60mm inducer and 88mm exducer, but i don’t know the housing dimensions. Unfortunately being a factory turbo I can only clock it with the bolt pattern, so it’s kinda limiting with orientation. I’ll try and get some pics later, it’s here at work with me so maybe during lunch. Even if you could provide a flange with the correct split inlet tubes I could probably fab the rest in the engine bay.

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Re: 300 efi turbo header

Post #7 by TheGreen49 » Wed Jul 31, 2019 6:43 pm

Looking good man! I’m curious as to your build specs. If you have them in another forum could you post the link? I have a 96 and am really considering a turbo setup as I do a lot of towing, more than a half ton should lol.

Loads never exceed 6500lbs but would love to haul it easier and quicker. I’m not sure how familiar you are with BC but the Zopkios (coquihalla pass) on highway 5 is a hill I frequent when going camping and fishing. I am usually hauling about 3500lbs and can’t run up any faster than about 70kmh. The hill is 18km long at an 8% grade.

That is an awesome set up by the way, looks terrific and I’m sure works awesome. If I turbo I would be doing something very similar as trying to fit a y-pipe in before the turbo is tough. Do you think a setup similar to yours would work in a 4x4?

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