You love the durability, availability, and affordability of the Borg Warner S300sx series of turbos, however those factory John Deere housings make them a little bit more difficult to install and get to spool up. AGP Turbo has the answer by casting a correct .80 A/R, or 14cm2 and a .70 A/R, or 12cm for you Cummins guys, to fit these S300sx turbos with a divided T3 inlet and the 4" HX40 style outlet. Just bolt on to your 2nd Gen style manifold with an HX40 downpipe, and you win. Well, technically we win too.
Which Turbine Wheel Option do I choose? Using the information below on Borg Warner S300 part numbers, select your corresponding turbine wheel.
B365 - 174430 57/65, 13749880014 57/65 FMW
B68 - 177272 60/68, 177280 60/68, 177283 63/68, 13009097056 62/68, 13009097006 63/68, 13009097008 64.5/68
B73 - 177275 66/73, 177281 66/73, 177284 66/73, 13009097047 63/73, 13009097055 64.5/73, 13009097049 66/73, 13009097051 69/73, 13009095091 72/73
We offer standard S300 clamp plates and bolts to mount your supercore to the turbine housing. (Note: Our housings use the standard S300 bolt pattern, so if you already have clamp plates and bolts, you do not need to purchase another set.)
We offer a Billet Stainless V Band Outlet Kit to weld to your 3.5" or 4" Downpipe. Select that kit in the options above, or buy them separately here.
We offer this housing without an actuator for those wanting to run spring style actuators, and we offer with both long and short length 30psi actuators. The long actuator is generally used with a 2nd Gen factory location manifold, and the short actuator is generally used for a 3rd gen factory location manifold.
Ceramic coating is available. While the ceramic coating is definitely not needed, it does help reduce underhood temperatures. Please note that ceramic coating is done after the order is placed, so please allow extra time to get the part(s) coated.
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Very nice piece. Quality finish and a decent price.
The turbine housing works well and was well packaged. I’m running it on a Dt 360, starts to spool around 14-1500 rpm.
Excellent ability to light at reasonable RPM. Minimum back pressure at 3,000 RPM