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Old 02-15-2012, 11:41 PM
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Ya i agree with that ...makes sense
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There is a ton to turbo's. Far over my head. I just call Jose at Forced induction to place the orders and he nails what I'm looking for everytime.

I just know what combo's to build the motor's to help the turbo's spool and get the most efficiency out of them.
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Old 02-16-2012, 11:02 PM
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That's who told me the s480 would be perfect for it. He wanted the s475 but then said might as well do it once and do it right so the s480 will be good ffor stock set up and even bbetter for a built motor.
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That's who told me the s480 would be perfect for it. He wanted the s475 but then said might as well do it once and do it right so the s480 will be good ffor stock set up and even bbetter for a built motor.
Oh it will be!

Its just not a 96mm

What the guy who sold it to you was trying to say , is equal to saying i have a 78mm throttle body with a 5 inch pipe and filter, so you could look at it as a 126 mm throttle body..........Fail.

Don knows his shit, i know because i work for him

If you Plan on eventually going auto then the divided 1.32 T/Housing will be fine, because once you spool it, then its stays spooled do to no loss of load from one gear to the next. But you'll see with a stick it will be no fun finally building boost in a gear only to have to shift to the next and having to start all over again building boost. Just to have to shift again , and again. lol
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Old 02-17-2012, 09:11 PM
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Oh it will be!

Its just not a 96mm

What the guy who sold it to you was trying to say , is equal to saying i have a 78mm throttle body with a 5 inch pipe and filter, so you could look at it as a 126 mm throttle body..........Fail.

Don knows his shit, i know because i work for him

If you Plan on eventually going auto then the divided 1.32 T/Housing will be fine, because once you spool it, then its stays spooled do to no loss of load from one gear to the next. But you'll see with a stick it will be no fun finally building boost in a gear only to have to shift to the next and having to start all over again building boost. Just to have to shift again , and again. lol

exactly thats why i was switching to an auto in the first place so i dont deal with that haha. or get no lift shift like my buddies 9 second talon its a blast to drive!!!!!!!!! just keep it to the floor from the launch on nothing like it
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yah doug!!!
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Yea doug I just added q Borg Warner S475

T-6* / 1.32 AR exhaust housing
96mm Turbine*Wheel
5" inlet compressor cover
5" outlet exhaust housing
75mm Cast Compressor Wheel
Ngk afx
60 # Morton's and a bigger 255 walbro
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you guys should look into the new billet compressor wheels that have been coming out
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you guys should look into the new billet compressor wheels that have been coming out
is the billet 6blade really better than a 7 blade cast and will it really flow 100cfm @ 7 lbs per minute more than the standard 7 bladed wheel ? also is it worth getting if mine is perfectly fine and not coming apart ever. i know its like 20-30 grams lighter for an extra 400$ i wasn't buyin it !!!
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i think billet wheels have alot of benefits.
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