If you’re looking to up the power of your Duramax, and want to do it with a midsize framed turbo upgrade, look no further than the PPE GT42R Series Turbo Installation Kit. This kit comes with those pieces that you will need to install a 42-series turbo (with exception of turbocharger and turbo inlet ducting) onto a 2001-2007 Duramax LB7, LLY and LBZ truck. This high quality kit features a design that supports the weight of the turbocharger with a metal framework, not with just the intake tubes. That pedestal features a 1/2-inch thick T4 Steel Flange and heavy-wall 304 Stainless Steel tubing. Also included is a 304 Stainless Steel mandrel-bent 3-inch diameter down pipe as well as all mounting hardware, gaskets and hoses needed to complete the job.
– Turbo Pedestal for use with aftermarket 40 series turbos
– Turbo weight supported by pedestal framework, not by tubing
– High velocity tubular design
– Low heat loss 304 stainless construction
– V Band Clamps Included
2001-2007 Duramax LB7, LLY and LBZ
Note: Legal in California only for racing vehicles which may never be used on the highway
This notice pertains to engine and vehicles which are off the public highways except where specifically noted otherwise. Federal law restricts the removal of any part of a federally required emission control system on motor vehicles. Further, many states have enacted laws which prohibit tampering with or modifying any required emission or noise control system. Vehicles which are not operated on public highways are generally exempt from most regulations, as are some special interest and pre-emission vehicles. The reader is strongly urged to check all applicable local and state laws.
Many of the parts described or listed on this website are merchandise for off-highway application only, and are tagged with the “Special Parts Notice” reproduced here:
SPECIAL PARTS NOTICE:
This part has been specifically designed for Off-Highway application only. Since the installation of this part may either impair your vehicle’s emission control performance or be uncertified under current Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, it should not be installed in a vehicle used on any street or highway. Additionally, any such application could adversely affect the warranty coverage of such an on-street or highway vehicle.