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How Much Power

Is a MP70mm Turbo good for?
I am thinking about putting a turbo kit on the engine
in my sig. Want it to spool quick and make around 600whp.

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I personally would not run one on a 347 just because of the sizing. I am sure it will work and probably spool up rather quickly but kind of undersized for the cubes and flow of the motor regardless of the power goals.


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i run one.. it is a little small but makes over 6 no issue and full spool at 3700 .96 a/r and a 360 ci motor
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As mentioned above it maybe on the smaller size when looking for the optimal turbo. What a/r is it? It would be great for the street and have great power, practically off idle. If you already have it and are new to turbos keep it. If you are shopping for one then there maybe one that is better suited for your application. To answer your other question, several board members have gone mid to high 10s with that turbo and a lot less motor than yours.

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I do not think the power capabilities are an issue but the sizing of the turbo for the flow of the motor is off. You definitely would want the bigger housing as the other member mentioned they have, if you are have the turbo already and will be running it. Don't they make a 76 turbo, I'd go with that for that size motor.

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OK I will look at the 76mm.

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They don't make a 76mm. I would get the one with the larger housing.

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They don't make a 76mm. I would get the one with the larger housing.
Do a little more research, I'm pretty sure they've released the 76mm with a .96 ar!

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Do a little more research, I'm pretty sure they've released the 76mm with a .96 ar!
You are correct. They also will have a T88 available as well.

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You are correct. They also will have a T88 available as well.
Is it a t6 flange?


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I will look at thier sight again..

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They don't make a 76mm. I would get the one with the larger housing.
Who told you that? Google says otherwise with the simplest search

http://www.google.com/search?sourcei...%20T76%20turbo

Looks like it was released around September of last year no less.

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I have a MP76mm in my basement for my current build. They have them available in several housing AR's and wheel trims. PM me if you want some more details. What ever you do, don't run a 70mm if you are starting from scratch. Yes they work, but are not properly sized for your application. Enjoy!
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I have a bunch of logs of turbos from 70mm to 76GTS on engines from 302-347 and they all spool 10psi by 3800-4200. I would lean towards the 76mm as it's just a better match for your engine. If your willing to buy used I would keep an eye on supraforums.com I am sure some nice units will be going on the market as deeper pockets step into the billet line from Precision.

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Come to think of it... I have a Precision GT42 76mm I would like to sell. It's got a coated turbine housing and less than 2k miles on it. I had it on a car before we moved up to a 80mm. I will take $750 to your door for it.

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