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Old 12-08-2018, 07:37 AM   #1
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60mm S300ís

How come no one uses the 60mm inducer S300ís? Like the 177272 or 177280 with a .7 or .8 housing swap, I would think they would make a good single turbo even for towing or a good top turbo in a smaller set of twins?
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Old 12-08-2018, 09:25 AM   #2
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I had one on a 12v with a lower stall, it was hard to run the truck down the interstate without running lots of boost and sucking fuel. They spool fast and run out of steam quick.. you can definitely tow with it though.
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I've got a pair of them, two different turbine housings though, so I haven't tried anything except putting one in a compound setup. I have two gates on the manifold to try to help it live.
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How do they compare to the HE351CW? What's the standard cost of them?

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Old 12-09-2018, 12:54 PM   #5
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They seem to run about 550-750 depending on where you get one and come with T4 turbine housings, so if you want to go to a wastegate T3 housing you’ll have to add on another 450-550 depending on where you buy it.

95cummins what exhaust housing did you run on yours?
I’m just torn on whether to try one of these 360’s with either a .7 or .8 housing on my farm truck or make a new set of twins like the BD set for my 400-450 horse
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Mine has a Garrett .63 if I remember correctly.
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Old 12-09-2018, 08:58 PM   #7
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How much does the 60mm wheel flow compared to the 57sxe?
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I believe the 360 is 65lbmin and the newer s357 is 67
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I believe the 360 is 65lbmin and the newer s357 is 67
Pressure ratio capability is often more important, especially in a compression ignition engine. There is also a non wastegated T3 AGP housing for the 68/76mm turbine that is reasonably priced.
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Pressure ratio capability is often more important, especially in a compression ignition engine. There is also a non wastegated T3 AGP housing for the 68/76mm turbine that is reasonably priced.
How do their pressure ratio capabilities compare? Would the 65 turbine be a better match than the 68?
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I run one on (S360ET/65/.8 W/G) on a VP 24V. Edge EZ, 155hp injectors in a Freightliner FL80. Runs really well, spools nice, tows great. We gross around 60K lbs with it, no problems at all.

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I run one on (S360ET/65/.8 W/G) on a VP 24V. Edge EZ, 155hp injectors in a Freightliner FL80. Runs really well, spools nice, tows great. We gross around 60K lbs with it, no problems at all.

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Really that sounds pretty promising, how does the gearing compare in that rig to a truck? That seems like it would be a 350-400rwhp combo in a pickup if I had to guess, what do you think?
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Same combo in a 02 24V gave me 430 at the wheels, so I figured around 400 or so. She runs 2000RPM at 60MPH, about like 4.10's in a pickup.

It's a really nice setup, will barely touch 1250*
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