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Old 10-04-2009, 10:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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6.5 turbo parts on a 6.2

heres a list of all the parts you need to do a 6.5 turbo swap onto a 6.2.

1)turbo
2)turbo manifold
3)crossover
4)downpipe
5)oil feed line
6)oil drain plate and drain tube(fab one for a mechanical lift pump or buy a electric lift pump and keep the 6.5 drain plate)
7)airfilter
8)CDR hookup
9)upper and lower 6.5 intake preferably "F" code(or fab up a presure chamber to fit on your existing 6.2 intake manifold)
7) pyrometer
8) boost gauge
9)waste gate actuator
10)1/4 turn ip screw
11)patience!
12)custom touch
13)exhaust system



Jodean recomends visiting these threads too: These are good threads to read before doing the turbo addition
[url]https://www.dieselplace.com/forum/showthread.php?t=300436&highlight=turbo+intake[url]

https://www.dieselplace.com/forum/sho...t=turbo+intake

and i guess the cdr swap is optional

https://www.dieselplace.com/forum/sho...t=turbo+intake (this one dont work yet)


this one aint a bad one to read either

https://www.dieselplace.com/forum/sho...ighlight=turbo

and i recomend limiting boost to around 8 or 9 psi max and absolute max EGT's are 1100*F.
ill ad to the list if people find something i missed

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1998 Dodge Ram 2500 Sport club cab short box 4WD 5 speed 12 Valve cummins. Brentbilt fuel plate. 300 horse motorhome injectors, boost elbow, timing bumped to 18* autometer boost and pyro, 500 horse valair clutch waiting to go in!
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your wrong brent, i'll think of a reason later

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brent can't do that, it would look factory, lol

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Old 10-20-2009, 08:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Heath boost master mechanical wastegate is a pricey but EXCELLENT wastegate to use.

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-gm 5 turbo
-Heath boost master
-custom intake
-5 inch dual aussie stacks
-turned up 4911 IP
-egt, boost, trans, oil pres. gauges
-4" Tuff Country lift
-silverado grille conversion
-03' chevy alumminum wheels
-285/75 BF goodrich a/t tires
-Bushwacker flares
-rebuilt TH400 trans
-smoked LED taillights, parking lights and cab lights
-99-03 chevy towing mirrors

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Old 10-20-2009, 09:01 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i figure its called a turbo master but either way its a great way to make these turbos make around 10 psi boost that a 6.2 can take.
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1998 Dodge Ram 2500 Sport club cab short box 4WD 5 speed 12 Valve cummins. Brentbilt fuel plate. 300 horse motorhome injectors, boost elbow, timing bumped to 18* autometer boost and pyro, 500 horse valair clutch waiting to go in!
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brent can't do that, it would look factory, lol

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Old 10-20-2009, 09:17 PM   #4 (permalink)
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deffinatly and with some 6.5 head gaskets you can push the j codes to almost 15lbs.
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1989 Chevy 2500HD rebuilt 93' 6.5L diesel RC/LB
-gm 5 turbo
-Heath boost master
-custom intake
-5 inch dual aussie stacks
-turned up 4911 IP
-egt, boost, trans, oil pres. gauges
-4" Tuff Country lift
-silverado grille conversion
-03' chevy alumminum wheels
-285/75 BF goodrich a/t tires
-Bushwacker flares
-rebuilt TH400 trans
-smoked LED taillights, parking lights and cab lights
-99-03 chevy towing mirrors
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Old 10-20-2009, 09:22 PM   #5 (permalink)
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actually its the coated pistons that a turbo 6.5 has that allows the high boost levels.
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1998 Dodge Ram 2500 Sport club cab short box 4WD 5 speed 12 Valve cummins. Brentbilt fuel plate. 300 horse motorhome injectors, boost elbow, timing bumped to 18* autometer boost and pyro, 500 horse valair clutch waiting to go in!
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your wrong brent, i'll think of a reason later

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brent can't do that, it would look factory, lol

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that is true, but the weak point on the turbo 6.2s is the head gaskets blowing after 10 psi and the 6.5 gaskets will hold way more than that. the j code heads are simialr to the 6.5s and the head gaskets are interchangable, so for a small price but large amount of man hours its a extra boost for the underpowered 6.2
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-gm 5 turbo
-Heath boost master
-custom intake
-5 inch dual aussie stacks
-turned up 4911 IP
-egt, boost, trans, oil pres. gauges
-4" Tuff Country lift
-silverado grille conversion
-03' chevy alumminum wheels
-285/75 BF goodrich a/t tires
-Bushwacker flares
-rebuilt TH400 trans
-smoked LED taillights, parking lights and cab lights
-99-03 chevy towing mirrors
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Old 10-20-2009, 09:33 PM   #7 (permalink)
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ahh ok
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1998 Dodge Ram 2500 Sport club cab short box 4WD 5 speed 12 Valve cummins. Brentbilt fuel plate. 300 horse motorhome injectors, boost elbow, timing bumped to 18* autometer boost and pyro, 500 horse valair clutch waiting to go in!
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brent can't do that, it would look factory, lol

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Old 01-23-2010, 06:48 PM   #8 (permalink)
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i also left out the link for turning up the ip power screw. heres the link to banks site that shows the detailed instructions on how its done properly: http://assets.bankspower.com/manuals/656/96291.pdf
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1998 Dodge Ram 2500 Sport club cab short box 4WD 5 speed 12 Valve cummins. Brentbilt fuel plate. 300 horse motorhome injectors, boost elbow, timing bumped to 18* autometer boost and pyro, 500 horse valair clutch waiting to go in!
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your wrong brent, i'll think of a reason later

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brent can't do that, it would look factory, lol

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Originally Posted by Trios View Post
Brent is right.
Was there any ever doubt?

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Old 02-18-2010, 06:43 PM   #9 (permalink)
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how many days off should a guy have to put a turbo on a 6.2 and what kind of power increase can a guy expect? I just put 44'' boggers on my '87 and there are too many miles between third and forth is this a solution or just a dream?
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it took me about 3 days to get the entire thing done. it seemed to help the giddyup and go quite a bit. didnt help much untill i got a pyro and boost gauge then really cranked up the fuel and boost.

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1998 Dodge Ram 2500 Sport club cab short box 4WD 5 speed 12 Valve cummins. Brentbilt fuel plate. 300 horse motorhome injectors, boost elbow, timing bumped to 18* autometer boost and pyro, 500 horse valair clutch waiting to go in!
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your wrong brent, i'll think of a reason later

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brent can't do that, it would look factory, lol

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