yes this is truei though you could use pretty much any turbo its just the piping and boost levels that need to be considered
and yes this is truea turbo too small wont get you enough boost and a turbo too big will cause turbo lag but will bring higher boost if you can get it to spool.
So is that a yes or a maybe? just wondering seems like all you might need to change is the piping and other usuall stuff like the headers and down pipe but you could still use the same intercooler as well right?
actually I think there are 1 or 2 kits out there and the one kit they said they "may"produce just the turbo header manifold if you want to build your own setupJust to throw in my two cents. You could put in a supra turbo anything is possable with time and money . But you are going to have to change out your piping such as headers, down pipe, and intercooler like you were saying. One high expense item will be your headers due to the fact (as far as I know) that they don’t make turbo systems for our truck. I would suggest getting a double stack same side intercooler. The smart thing to do would be to keep it around 5-10 psi with a manual or electric boost control. Running between 5-10 psi you’re in a good range to run good boost with less lag. If you’re wanting to run at 10psi or higher you’re looking at needing to change out your studs and head gaskets or you will destroy your motor. Another idea is to look into a Pro-Charger which cuts out your lag time due to the fact that it’s a belt driven system. Hope that helped some.