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your also going to need the manifold/dp size/compression/cam/IM/TB/full turbo specs, since that effects spool time.

but i'll entertain your fail thread: t3/t4e 57 trim, 18psi @ ~4000 rpm
 

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no this info will give you a rough guess on turbo spool:
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How to plot points on a compressor map:

Calculate airflow for the X axis: measured in lb/min, airflow = (HP target) x (air/fuel ratio) x (BSFC/60) where BSFC is lbs fuel / (hp x hr) If you don’t have access to BSFC data, you can plug in an estimated value between .50-.60.

Calculate volumetric efficiency = (actual CFM / theoretical CFM) x 100 where theoretical CFM = (RPM x CID) / 3456 and actual CFM = 90%, a good average number if you don’t have access to measuring this. Multiply by .0610237 to convert cubic centimeter displacement into cubic inches.

Calculate manifold absolute pressure: map = [(airflow) x (639.6) x (460 + intake temperature)] / (VE) x (RPM/2) x (CID) Upwards of 100 degrees F is a good estimate for intercooled intake temps if you don’t have access to measuring this. Plan on adding about 1psi to take into account pressure drops related to the intake and/or intercooler.

Calculate pressure ratio for the Y axis = (14.7 + map) / 14.7 If you’re at sea level, 14.7psi will work. As elevation varies, this figure will need to be adjusted.

Note: Don’t worry about the constants like 3456, 60 or 639.6, they’re simply there to tidy things up and convert units.

VE = volumetric efficiency
BSFC = brake specific fuel consumption
HP = projected flywheel horsepower
CFM = cubic feet per minute
CID = cubic inch displacement

Other useful calculations:

Trim = (minor/major)squared x 100

Trim describes the relationship the minor diameter and major diameter of a compressor or turbine wheel shares with each another. The inducer, or minor end when referring to compressor wheels, is where the air enters. Air exits through the exducer portion.
which is in the faq's. which will also lead you to a thread about this same thing.
 

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.42 .48 t3, log manifold, 3" turboback, 18psi by 3500. 7psi by 2800ish.
 
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