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What can I expect from a 62mm?

I'm looking at picking up a kit that comes with a Turbonetics 62mm. I want to make north of 500whp and hope that this turbo can support it. The motor is a H/C/I 302, but I may be upping it to a 331. Either way, its a street car and I've searched but found no real definate answer. Will it make the power without a ton of boost?

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well i have a garret pt 61 and running 15lbs of boost made 448 rwhp.
Thats on a lil v6 tho! I would say your goals are within reach


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I'm looking at picking up a kit that comes with a Turbonetics 62mm. I want to make north of 500whp and hope that this turbo can support it. The motor is a H/C/I 302, but I may be upping it to a 331. Either way, its a street car and I've searched but found no real definate answer. Will it make the power without a ton of boost?
Yes, it should only take 8-10lbs of boost on the 302 based combo to get ~ 500rwhp.

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I'm looking at picking up a kit that comes with a Turbonetics 62mm. I want to make north of 500whp
You want a 67-70mm.

62 is gonna run out of breath around 450-500

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I'm looking at picking up a kit that comes with a Turbonetics 62mm. I want to make north of 500whp and hope that this turbo can support it. The motor is a H/C/I 302, but I may be upping it to a 331. Either way, its a street car and I've searched but found no real definate answer. Will it make the power without a ton of boost?

We never pushed the stock 302 with ported e7's, but at 10 psi it was like 448whp and it went 6.78 @ 104 through a converter that was way too loose. I'd say it would do it, but you'd be better off with a 67 or one of precisions new 6262 or 6265's if you want to stay small.. those turbo's are badass and definately underrated. There are awd 4 cylinder cars with that turbo on boost alone making damn near 100hp more to the wheels then what its rated at for crank hp. Friend has 2 on his 408 and it's well over 1000bhp and not breaking a sweat.
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here is my car with 62 and a 347 watch the whole video
go to streetfire and type arturbo347
ARTURBO347-ON-THE-DYNO_107429.htm


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331 go with a 67mm
302 62mm

Stock block, GT40 heads, Explorer intake, 67mm, 10lbs, 431HP 497TQ on 110 octane. 12.01 @ 123
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331 go with a 67mm
302 62mm
Ditto, and to the original poster why might you go to a 331? Is it for a bigger power goal or some other reason? I personally think a T62-1 on a 302 is a great combination for a street car that sees some track time or no track time at all.

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when are you going to dyno your combo?

I hope to have mine back together this weekend . . . made 550rwtq and 462rwhp at 4,000 with a Holset H1E which is only slightly bigger than the 62-1 map
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the 62 is more than enough to kill a stock block.
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T62-1 on a 302 is a great combination for a street car that sees some track time or no track time at all.
Turbonetics makes a 62-1 with a .81 a/r that is perfect
for a 5.0L street set-up. That perfect a/r between .63 and .96 you
never can seem to find.

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I believe that is the exact tnetics I owned years ago.

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I'm trying to sell my 66 that came off a HP turbo kit since I upgraded.

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well i have a garret pt 61 and running 15lbs of boost made 448 rwhp.
Thats on a lil v6 tho! I would say your goals are within reach
657 TQ with a V6??? You must have a fully built motor.

Stock block, GT40 heads, Explorer intake, 67mm, 10lbs, 431HP 497TQ on 110 octane. 12.01 @ 123
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Turbonetics makes a 62-1 with a .81 a/r that is perfect
for a 5.0L street set-up. That perfect a/r between .63 and .96 you
never can seem to find.

Thats the exact turbo on my car now and I LOVE it!!! No dyno numbers tho

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