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i currently bought a new motor for my sn 95. so i want to run a master power T76, where can i get one , and is it worth the upgrade?? its going on a 331dart block, strocked to a 427ci, fully build motor.

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i currently bought a new motor for my sn 95. so i want to run a master power T76, where can i get one , and is it worth the upgrade?? its going on a 331dart block, strocked to a 427ci, fully build motor.

I am also looking at doing this upgrade and Im not sure what you mean stroking a 331 8.2 decked block to a 427. You need different blocks for that and your turbo kit will require modification to work on the tall decked black.


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I am also looking at doing this upgrade and Im not sure what you mean stroking a 331 8.2 decked block to a 427. You need different blocks for that and your turbo kit will require modification to work on the tall decked black.
yeah we need some custom tube bending for the kit to fit. but i mean how much is a t76? and where can i get one from?
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You're going to be seriously choking that motor with a t76 on it, esp if it's a p-trim wheel. I'm running the big bore dart, 4.125, stroked to 363 with a pt88. IMO you should go with a larger t4 based turbo with that motor... Any particular reason you want to go with the t76?
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def. a T4 based turbo

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You're going to be seriously choking that motor with a t76 on it, esp if it's a p-trim wheel. I'm running the big bore dart, 4.125, stroked to 363 with a pt88. IMO you should go with a larger t4 based turbo with that motor... Any particular reason you want to go with the t76?
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i do not know if you are confused with a 331 or 427 or whatever, and people here sometimes talk in circles, but if you have a big budget for that kind of motor, follow through with the turbo... i wouldnt look anything smaller then an 88mm. what is the rest of the combination ?

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Maybe he meant 351W Dart block stroked to 427ci.

In that case I would go with twin 60-1 or 62-1's
Twin Turbonetic 62-1's with .81 a/r would scream and come on line nicely.

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i currently bought a new motor for my sn 95. so i want to run a master power T76, where can i get one , and is it worth the upgrade?? its going on a 331dart block, strocked to a 427ci, fully build motor.
Good luck on the SN95, not too many of us out there. I too am a little confused though. Are you going to punch a 8.2 block out to 427ci? I had Brian at AD Performance build me a Big Bore Dart 347ci for my project. BG is supplying the kit and T76. So if you end up with a BG kit just have Brain upgrade to the bigger turbo.

What are going to use the car for primarily, street car or track car?
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