First Parallel Turbo 7.3 Power Stroke in Truck

Actually this is the second Parallel turbo 7.3 Power Stroke. I done this 3 years ago in a 95 truck but money was limited so it was a cheap budget build with 2 stock GT38 turbos. This new project is number two and is once again the ONE and ONLY of its kind and what little testing we have done has shown some very good results. We are hoping to have some numbers in the next week or two once we get all the little bugs worked out. We will have more info posted on our website in the near future at www.dpppower.com

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Triple Turbo 7.3 First Start
First startup after building the triple set and swaping injectors, have an Exhaust leak on the drivers side up pipe.





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Parallel Turbo 7.3L Sled Pulling
Seligman Missouri - I was out numbered by Dodges at this pull. This was a 8500lb class and I did not have my weight bar yet so I weighed in at around 6400lbs. I pulled a 283ft exhibition pull and first place in the class pulled around 10ft further than I did and that was done by a sweet crew cab Cummins with weights piled on the front that was hauled in on a trailer and weighed the 8500. To check out the hitches we use watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=delnCufxpcM




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