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I was looking a lower turbo to build a twins set up. came across a unit with this info ST-5 Turbo Kit, Manufacturer Part Number:3032077-RX. Can anyone tell me what it is and would it be any good combined with a he351?Posted Image

http://rover.ebay.com/ar/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?mpt=1005480619&adtype=1&size=1x1&type=3&campid=5336116747&toolid=10001 http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...3D10%26ps%3D63

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I believe that is misspelled and is a ST50. Very big. Even with the smaller turbo driving it, you would still need some serious fueling to really get it going. I think they used those on the Big Cam Cummins 400.

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I think your right. Well since finding out this info and checking into it kind looks like I've got a turd coming! Oh well I'll have a nice $140. door stop. LOL. Think I'll still be looking for a reasonably priced HT3B for a lower twin set up.

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People don't like them because their map is based solely on the big cam 400 so it is hard to tune for other setups. Just make sure if you hook it up that you don't weld anything or mess anything up to the point that you have to buy new things to get it back to stock setup in case it turns out not spooling up at all.

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Ill give it a try. Hopefully it will light. I plan on running some 200hp sticks, and I do have the TST PM3 Stacked with the Smarty. However if someone has a great deal on a HT3B with 28cm housing I'm interisted!

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