Final answer to the hot under hood air intake on this setup:
I went back to the flat panel air filter assembly. I then cut the fender side of the air box at an angle by cutting off more at the rear. Tossed the plastic duct between the fender and air box. Doing this allowed me to wedge the air filter in place around the AC suction hose and fender with the air inlet open to the fender. Standard factory intake hose used.
I cut too much off the inlet. I had the part to epoxy back on - but misplaced it. Some AC window foam would seal it. Cutting another one more carefully after proof of concept would also work.Pics?
Well if I remember right Cummins is HQ'ed in China now and so is their Holset line too so we have to ask how much of a knock off is the cheap HX turbos really are? The HX CKO CARA's interchange w/Holset is it just in name only? Consider, the failure rates of the CKO's is very low too so any quick boost valve they release should be good to go and hold up well too.Yes exactly. I was looking at that one yesterday, see how small the can is?
Maybe I am being way cheap about this, but I can’t help but think one of the cko turbo companies would be selling these for 150ish. If they can sell a fakey hx turbo for that, how do they not sell these for the same price?
Yes, that is the most likely one I will use. I know being centermount I can spin a full 40 easier than a side mounted in the 6.5 so it would be in the running also but as a second choice to the 35/40. S300/S400 is another option, but more$ and not anymore chooch factor so it is farthest down the list.The HX 40 series that is comparable to the Mitsubishi CKO ATT will always boost sooner however there are more than a hand full of turbines used for the Mitsubishi and the ATT size seemed to be a mystery to the end user.
A HX35/40 hybrid w/14 cm2 maybe the one for your application.