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Turbo size on stock block.

Want to know the difference I would experience using a t76gts over my mp t70? The mp I have has a .68 a/r on it

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Want to know the difference I would experience using a t76gts over my mp t70? The mp I have has a .68 a/r on it

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What is your combo?

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stock short block custom hci from ed curtis.
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um you'll prolly pick up anywhere from 25-75 depending on several different things, but i can tell you for sure you go digging for big #'s on the dyno or single digits at the strip and you can count on saying goodbye to that stock block and hello to a boss or a dart unit. be careful and have fun. but if it were me, i'd stay with the mp70 that's what i got and it's awesome your choice i just think a 76 is overkill for your combo - jimmy

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oh and what ar is the turbine side of that 76? and what trim? - jimmy

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Pretty sure its .96

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once it spools it should make some power but that's the thing, once it spools. awfully big for a stock cid 302. jmo though. - jimmy

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The 70 will make as much or more than stock block will hold and will spool quicker .

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Forget it bigger issue is what I am going to do trans wise. Either going auto or t56 for the double overdrive

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76 will easily break a stock 5.0 maybe wont even make it off the dyno


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i'm still running my stock t-5 with no issues at all just make sure you have good suspension and a reasonable clutch in there. no sintered iron, no pucks, just a plain old organic clutch with a good pressure plate and it'll live forever.

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i'm still running my stock t-5 with no issues at all just make sure you have good suspension and a reasonable clutch in there. no sintered iron, no pucks, just a plain old organic clutch with a good pressure plate and it'll live forever.
x2 !! my stock T-5 made it 3 years with the turbo and its still going strong but like said above..... I run a autozone stock replacement clutch... Im on my 3rd one lol but better then being on my 3rd T-5. clutch was free.. warranty for life lol

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eh i have a built tko600 just hate the trans. i may give it one more try.

i just received my turbo kit and it did not come with a tial 44 wg, came with a turbo concepts doesnt say what size.

Any of you guys use them will it be good for this set up or will i have boost creep?
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