2014 RAM 3500 (Aisin) 3.73 4X4 Limited Crew Cab Long Bed DRW. Oil Bypass Filter, Fuel Filtration Kit and 50 Gallon Aux Fuel Tank.
Sounds a little better too.
Always have the option of replacing the actuator, the nozzles, and the unison ring.
It's not a horrible job.
I looked at the cheetah but opted for a 2nd Gen swap.
Power vs. cost type deal.
2007 6.7, s464 setup, stock fuel, deleted- The tow rig
2019 Indian Ftr1200 S - Exhaust and tuned- The toy
2021 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk - The winter beater
1998 5.9 24v stock 500,000 miles- The rust bucket
So I didn't do anything fancy, just went with the reman of the same turbo.
I ordered a new front wheel bearing and your joints.
I still need to pull the turbo off and do trans oil, oil, and fuel filter.
I did the same thing and didn't regret it.
Less complexity and the turbo should last a very long time if cared for properly.
EGT's dropped about 150 degrees too.
2008 Megacab 4x4 G56 Trans - All mods lost in boating accident - EFI Live by Muzzy, 2nd gen S467.7/83/1.0, Banks Monster Ram, 5" Exhaust, Grid Heater Delete, Rail Plug, BD Flowmax LP, SB Clutch, Fuel Sump -8AN line, Bilstein 5100s, Cali Track Bar, Dynatec B-joints, Level Springs, 1" Lift Shackles Rear, Royal Purple Lubricants...there is probably more that I forgot.
So, I got the turbo removed, which was a pain in the arse, waiting for the new one.
I installed the new u-joints on the front axles but have yet to install them.
I was going to wait till the shocks came in and install those first.
Did an oil change, transmission oil, filter change.
New crankcase filter.