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12-28-2014 06:09 PM
DSL_PWR
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Originally Posted by FishOnOne View Post
This is news to me...What's different about the '14 ceramic bearings.

I know the '15 turbo's ditched the ceramic bearings for a good reason.
I know the '11's and '12's had issues the '13's seemed to hold better and the '14 and now '15 seem to have better bearings, lubrication, and seem to be holding higher boost pressures. Just have been reading the Ford forums and the '14's gave reported a lot less issues with tuning and turbo issues due to increased boost pressures.
12-28-2014 04:37 PM
FishOnOne
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Originally Posted by DSL_PWR View Post
The turbos on the '14 and up are fine.
This is news to me...What's different about the '14 ceramic bearings.

I know the '15 turbo's ditched the ceramic bearings for a good reason.
12-28-2014 02:00 PM
DSL_PWR The turbos on the '14 and up are fine.
12-28-2014 11:24 AM
yakPIRATE
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Originally Posted by FishOnOne View Post
What I meant to say the turbo's on the '11-'14 are not reliable with a tuner.

Here's video of a typical bearing failure when the boost pressure's are increased from a tuner.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qqs3nhoFrk
Gotcha .. I don't let mine boost above mid 20's. Just have to have a turbo fund just incase.
12-27-2014 10:30 PM
fuzzie Did it on my 6.7 around 1,000 mile mark. Saw about 3-4 mpg gain. The performance and sound is worth it IMO. I run the mini max with a CAI and dpf delete pipe.
12-27-2014 10:21 PM
FishOnOne
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Originally Posted by yakPIRATE View Post
Not true. The tuners are just hard to find.
I have a tuner on my 11 with dpf delete. My buddy has same on his 13
What I meant to say the turbo's on the '11-'14 are not reliable with a tuner.

Here's video of a typical bearing failure when the boost pressure's are increased from a tuner.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qqs3nhoFrk
12-26-2014 08:08 PM
yakPIRATE
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Originally Posted by FishOnOne View Post
The '11-'14 6.7 Power Stroke turbo are not tuner friendly
Not true. The tuners are just hard to find.
I have a tuner on my 11 with dpf delete. My buddy has same on his 13
12-26-2014 05:22 PM
FishOnOne The '11-'14 6.7 Power Stroke turbo are not tuner friendly
12-24-2014 09:15 PM
yakPIRATE Gained a few mpg's. Can get around 400 miles on a full tank. 2011 xrt pro with afe CAI. 35's with level kit
12-24-2014 09:11 PM
Empty Pockets CC Did it on mine. Saw an average of 2 mpg increase. I do have a lot of added weight hanging off the truck though.
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