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Old 01-23-2019, 07:41 PM   #1
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Turbo exhaust manifolds

Have been doing so research into putting twins in my truck. The procharger thing looks like it isn't going to happen because of price. So far it seems like everyone just rigs up some custom manifolds. I'm just wondering if there's another way. Like flipping stock manifold or maybe some brand makes manifold that can work on a 3rd gen hemi ram.

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Old 01-24-2019, 03:03 AM   #2
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Doing twin turbo's on a Hemi Ram is not easy all. A rear mount turbo/turbo's is as easy as it gets. Mid mount turbo's are possible.



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Tried to keep my turbo set up as simple as it could be. So much for that... It's a snow ball effect...

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Texas Speed had some turbo headers at PRI, I haven't seen them yet but I've been told they are well engineered most of what they are doing for the HEMI is 09+ catalog is still being updated , call em not sure if it'll help , Stu and Keith are the guys to listen to when it comes to 3rd Gen Turbo stuff.
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Have been doing so research into putting twins in my truck. The procharger thing looks like it isn't going to happen because of price. So far it seems like everyone just rigs up some custom manifolds. I'm just wondering if there's another way. Like flipping stock manifold or maybe some brand makes manifold that can work on a 3rd gen hemi ram.
I can tell you that you cannot flip exhaust manifolds on a Hemi, the bolt patterns will not match, which is bull crap designing in my opinion .
I think there was a discussion once on this site about flipping the heads themselves, driver side head on the passenger side and vice-versa, but I do not remember if it was mentioned if that would work or not
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It kinda seems like people use 6.1 headers or custom make their own. All I found was a custom header kit you need to Fab up yourself from racemufflers. Which may be my best option, thanks for the input guys it's much appreciated. I'm looking to keeps it at 8 psi for now until I can do something about the bottom end.
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This is about as turbo manifold as you can get lol. I added v bands to shorty headed on the power wagon turbo setup Iím building. Custom manifolds is your best bet or a log setup like stu has for a front mount. Rear mount is the easiest piping wise for sure but you have to deal with returning oil to the motor. I run longtubes into a y pipe back up to the front and itís working very very well.
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Charger and challenger shorty headers look to be very short but I don't know if they clear the ram steering. Edelbrock heads can be mounted on either side and have double exhaust bolt pattern.
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Doing twin turbo's on a Hemi Ram is not easy all. A rear mount turbo/turbo's is as easy as it gets. Mid mount turbo's are possible.



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