We have performed extensive testing of BorgWarner's new SX-E line of turbochargers and they have proven to be a great match for the 5.9L/6.7L Cummins, 6.4L/6.7L Ford, and 6.6L Duramax engines.
All of our SX-E turbo options include the 73mm turbine wheel and .91 A/R divided (twin scroll) turbine housing. The 73mm turbine wheel is larger than we are used to using, but the twin scroll design helps to retain the response and driveability in the lower RPM range. The benefits of the 73mm turbine wheel include lower drive pressure, lower EGTs, and more power! During our testing, we experienced an average of a 200-degree drop in peak exhaust gas temperatures when compared to most factory turbocharger setups.
Forged Milled Wheels (FMW) is standard on all SX-E turbos and these compressors work in conjunction with the new enhanced covers that feature an integrated speed sensor port and pre-machined boost port. BorgWarner has also stepped up their game with a 6 pad or 360-degree severe duty thrust bearing that is featured in all SX-E turbochargers.
*** Since this includes a brand new BorgWarner unit, any turbocharger warranties will need to be done directly through BorgWarner. ***
Part Number: 565804
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Whats the difference with the drop in turbos n this one
This one is a T4 mount
does this require anything else for a 2004 lb7?
You will need a complete T4 S300 turbo pedestal and up pipes to make this turbo work
I have a 1999 Cummins 5.9 24v it’s got 150hp injectors and a fass 150gph stock vp44 what turbo size would you recommend I was thinking borg Warner 64mm I plan to tow around 8000 pounds mayby a little more looking for a single turbo setup
What is your HP goal? If you dont want/need more than 500HP the 62/68 from Smeding diesel is a great option, 12cm housing for towing is recommended, found here https://www.dirtydieselcustom.ca/products/1994-2002-cummins-62mm-replacement-turbo-sm-s362-68-14cm