Q: I'm thinking of upgrading the stock turbos on my 2014 to these and was wondering with tuning why kind of power should I expect
A: With 93 octane and our tuning, you should see around 60-80HP increase to the wheels over what our tuning does alone (which is 100HP). These increases are to the wheels.
Q: If I purchased the stage 4 CR-Performance from MPT?
Do I get the 93 octane tune with it or will I need to purchase the 1 tune option at additional cost?
Also I see that they’re 2 different inducer wheels offered, how do they differ, what are the real pros and cons about the inducer sizes that I should be aware of before purchasing.
A: Tuning does not come with the turbo purchase. You would have to purchase tuning separately.
With the different stages, the higher the stage, the better the turbo will perform in all aspects. The bigger the inducer, the more air the turbo draws in.
Q: Hello, several years ago I bought an MPT tuner that I've enjoyed. One of my stock turbos is leaking inside the housing so I'm considering upgrading instead of replacing the stock turbos. Other than the tune, aftermarket but less than special exhaust, and a leveling kit with 20" wheels the truck is stock. Can I just replace the turbos or are there other mods I'd need as well? Not looking to go crazy, but if I have to swap the turbo I might as well upgrade both of them.
A: No special modifications should be required to use these turbos. We have had trucks that were considered stock besides the turbos come and get tuned by us without issue. Just get tuning for them to utilize their max potential. That's really all you need.