Since SEMA 2014, we have all fallen in love with Borg Warner's factory-built SXE Billet (FMW) Wheel and 360 degree thrust bearing kits. Here at AGP, we've decided to offer up some great divided turbine housings specific to the 5.9 Cummins 24V (2nd Gen). If you feel the need to have a wastegated turbo, we offer both a 12cm (.70 A/R) and a 14cm (.80 A/R) conjoined with all the different compressor and turbine configurations. We weld a 2.75" elbow to the outlet of the compressor cover to mate up to your factory boots, and the turbine outlet flange allows you to bolt your stock exhaust elbow to the housing.
Here's the long list of all the available configurations, however the most popular ones are going to be the 62-68-12, 63-68-12, and 63-68-14. But, some of you will run a ton of fuel and be able to light one of the larger 66-73 turbos, so go right ahead and slap that charger on.
We have decided to include a turbo just smaller than the 62-68 for those guys needing every little bit of spoolup and low RPM cleanup as possible. For high elevation and / or manual transmissions, this 61-65 fills that void between the S300G and the 62-68. We have dubbed the 61-65 as the newest smallest turbo in the SXE lineup. This slightly smaller turbine wheel will aid spoolup by 100-150 RPM and only slightly restrict airflow above 3000rpm. This 61-65 incorporates the Billet (FMW) wheel and the 360 degree thrust bearing. Unfortunately the cost and labor involved with this combination equals a slightly higher price tag, but for those who really need it, it's now available.
Turbo will come complete with 3/8" Flat Face oil feed fitting, divided turbine inlet gasket, and oil drain gasket.
NOTE: For vehicles with PAC Brake and Factory Cummins exhaust brake, fitment is tight and you may need to cut or grind some components to make fit. Although these turbos are bolt on fitment, their physical size is larger, thus needing some extra work to fit the exhaust brake actuators and solenoids.
NOTE: For 2004.5 - 2007 customers replacing their HE351 turbo, you will need to reuse your factory boost solenoid that is threaded into the stock turbo. Please unscrew that solenoid, plug it back into the truck's wiring harness and zip tie it to the firewall or shock tower. Even though this will not be a used function anymore, the factory PCM needs to see the signal. Other companies can sell you a dummy plug for $50, or you can use our suggestion and buy more parts from us.
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Installation was a breeze. Huge difference - instantly registered in the seat of the pants dyno. I was expecting an extremely laggy setup, especially with a 5.9 cummins 6 speed. Not the case at all - lights up at approx same rpm under load but doesnt run out of air up top. Whistles like a Pratt-Whitney PW800 thru the intake and especially the 5" straight pipe! Extremely happy with the product and especially the customer service. Also - they give you a smell good air freshener to cover up your dogs pungent aroma and a sticker for your beer fridge - A+++ 10/10 would buy again!
Great product, installed it, had to adjust compressor clocking slightly and maximize length (clamp adjustment) of charge pipe going to intercooler. Second time I've dealt with AGP.... again producing professional products. Thanks guys!
I bought this 69mm unit after hitting high EGTs with my 100hp injectors and 62mm turbo. I chose the weld on 90degree elbow option. The elbow is short. But stock tubes did barely reach with enough coverage to provide an effective clamp. But the elbow should be longer towards the front. Results - top end EGTs dropped nearly 300 degrees. Turbo pushes A LOT of air. Spools well with decent tuning. Sounds like a jet plane at idle. Overall, very pleased. Just wish the elbow was longer.