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post #1 of 6 Old 08-29-2009, 06:32 PM Thread Starter
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percision t76GTS setup

Ok I have came buy a good deal on this turbo and want to have some opions on it. Im putin it on a stock 302 in a 95 gt. The motor has cometic head gaskets and arp head studs, its been balanced, has a main girdle. Stock fox internals, E7's, stock cam. I wont to just put it togather with a stock motor cause im building my own turbo kit and would like to work out all the kinks b4 I start throwing afr's and a dart block into the picture. My setup so far I will be useing a pony down hot side for a 94-95 gt and every thing else will be on me. Do you think this turbo is good? It says its rated for 1100 hp, a little above what im aiming for now but maybe not down the road. What intake manifold would yall recommend for this cause I have yet to get one.


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It's to big for a stock motor with stock head's. I had my 76mm on my stock motor
before I put the built motor in it and it wouldnt make boost till about 45-4800
set at 8lbs of boost. This was on my street car. Go with a 70mm at the biggest on
a stock motor. It'll spool better and probly be alot more fun on the street.


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thanks brian but It wont be stock for long lol Im going with that so that i will have room to grow. It will come togather soon. I can get a good deal on the turbo so thats why I asked. I know its good just wonted some first hand experiance. Im not to worried about the spool time now just geting it togather and working out the kinks. trying to add a few more turbo stangs to the sav area. Tired of all the Bull

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i will be installing a 76hpsh with a .82 housing tonight on my street car...right now it has a junk 67mm turbo on it and is a blast to drive!!!! but i have afr's 185 and holley intake and a 5 speed hopefully my spool range wont move a ton i am sure it will move up another 1000 rpms or so
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what exh housing? a .82 would work good. 76gts is a great, versatile turbo.

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78gts w/stock short block.............6.81 @ 104 here.
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