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Old 04-27-2011, 05:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Its been a while since I've been on here I've built a few nitrous cars but this is my first turbo setup.. I've got a 00ex with a y8 and I'm getting close to finishing my kit but I'm trying to decide which turbo to use. I have a ebay 50 trim on the cold side, and a .63 hot side housing with a .57 wheel, I also have a air research svo or turbo coupe turbo that has a .48 cold side and also a .63 hot housing but with a .50 wheel.. I'm just putting the kit on to work all the bugs out and get evrything sweet before I do a vitara build and shoot for some power.. I only plan on running 6psi, I just don't want a turbo that will spool easy drivin 80 on the highway but I also don want one that will spoll 15000 before redline
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