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Old 11-06-2004, 09:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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turbo upgrades 485hp Dodge

add upto 180hp and 600 ft/lbs to you CR Dodges. 9 hp settings 2000+rpm
9 settings for torque 1200-1800 rpm. Digital gauge shows boost, temp,and hp setting. change on the fly. Can set temp to back off hp when you hit 1350. RAVEN RACING
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Old 11-11-2004, 01:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What is involved with this kit and who makes it? Will it fi the new 2004.5 600 Cummins?
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Old 11-14-2004, 08:42 PM   #3 (permalink)
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It will work on the 600. It's a new module that hooks up to the harness. You don't splice anything. You do have to install a pyro that comes with the module. TST A retired Cummings engineer. Thanks
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Old 11-16-2004, 02:05 PM   #4 (permalink)
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anyone who is going to drop over $100 on a box for their truck already knows what a TST is and how "cool" it is... how bout telling us how much you want for one?
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anyone who is going to drop over $100 on a box for their truck already knows what a TST is and how "cool" it is... how bout telling us how much you want for one?

??????? A TST? TST is the company.
And that would be "how cool they are."
Anyway For the common rail engines they are $825 with the remote and digital gauges. Yes it's expensive. But it adds 180 hp. It's still not $2200 like Banks. To get the full 485Hp you do need to add a pusher pump near the tank and enlarge the opening at the filter but you don't need to do anything to the exhaust or injectors.

The module for the Duramax is the same. increases the power from 250 to 400 at the wheel.
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TST A retired Cummings engineer. Thanks
But...has he ever worked on a CUMMINS engine??
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But...has he ever worked on a CUMMINS engine??
As long as my 04 with that little box in it will pull my enclosed trailer (about 9000 lbs) up Wolf Creek pass in Colorado at 85 mph, I don't care if his dog makes them.
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