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I recently put 100 horse scheid lightning injectors in my truck with plans on upgrading the turbo sometime. I've narrowed it down to a couple and i'm looking for some advice on what you think from y'all. I do daily drive this truck along with the county fair sled pull and some trips down the drag strip. First one i'm looking at is http://fleeceperformance.com/turbochargers/cheetah-turbos/holset-cheetah-turbocharger.html i'm just afraid that its not gonna be enough flow on the exhaust side. The last one i'm looking at is built by a very reputable diesel shop in Indiana, the guy owns three 2nd gens, when I talked to him he recommended a 64/71/14 which is based off the s300 they build them in house. Both turbos are within 50 bucks, any help would be appreciated.

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I would stay away from a 64 mm, stick with a 62mm71/14 if possible it will give you a good all around for your needs and still be a good daily driver., you would not be happy with a 64 if you daily drive it. Scheid under rates their injectors too, what they sell as a 100 hp is closer to 125+.I have never seen the first one you listed th cheetah can't give any feed back on it, stick with an s300 base turbo. I have heard a lot of bad about the s330 frames.If you do any drags you had better have at minimum a billet output shaft in your tranny. You will be fine sled pulling but drags are hard on shafts./ you will be in the 500 hp range.

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A 63/68/12 would give better spool and low/mid flow than a 71 turbine with a 14 housing, so a much better daily driven turbo and better top end compressor air. If you go bigger than 62/65/12 I would put manifold/turbine blankets on for DD use. The cheetah is a 3rd gen turbo.

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Thanks for your input before I thrash on it this summer, I am pulling the tranny back out for billet input, intermediate and output. You are right about scheid injectors they are under rated for sure.

I would stay away from a 64 mm, stick with a 62mm71/14 if possible it will give you a good all around for your needs and still be a good daily driver., you would not be happy with a 64 if you daily drive it. Scheid under rates their injectors too, what they sell as a 100 hp is closer to 125+.

I have never seen the first one you listed th cheetah can't give any feed back on it, stick with an s300 base turbo. I have heard a lot of bad about the s330 frames.

If you do any drags you had better have at minimum a billet output shaft in your tranny. You will be fine sled pulling but drags are hard on shafts./ you will be in the 500 hp range.

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That is my fault, they just you that as a representative picture. To the right of there you can select 2nd gen or 3rd gen

A 63/68/12 would give better spool and low/mid flow than a 71 turbine with a 14 housing, so a much better daily driven turbo and better top end compressor air.

If you go bigger than 62/65/12 I would put manifold/turbine blankets on for DD use.

The cheetah is a 3rd gen turbo.

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