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post #1 of 8 Old 10-01-2011, 10:38 PM Thread Starter
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need some guestimate help

Im building a 306 twin turbo setup, looking for some guesses on what I might see as far as numbers

ross pistons -6 cc .030 over
trickflow twisted wedge heads (not exactly sure on the cc of heads)
ARP studs on heads and crank
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Ford sportsman block
.041 compressed cometic mls gaskets
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CSR waterpump
Victor style intake with sheetmetal elbow and 75mm TB
60# injectors
A1000 fuel pump
western motorsports standalone computer
2 Garrett GT35R turbos

Not using mass air, as the standalone uses a map sensor

this is my first Turbo car, ive been reading alot on here and yellowbullet so I dont ask too many dumb questions while im building it. Im going to get it dyno tuned and will be running unleaded race fuel.

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The injectors will be the limiting factor.

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Yea I belive twin gt35r's are over kill and no way that fuel pump or injectors will keep up. What kind of Ford sportsman block?

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Yea I belive twin gt35r's are over kill and no way that fuel pump or injectors will keep up. What kind of Ford sportsman block?
I agree, I'm running a pair of 61.5mm gt35's on my 363, and i plan on gettin real close to 1000rwhp.
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I know the turbos are more than ill need with this setup,and I know the injectors could be bigger. And lastly the Sportsman block, while better than a stocker, still isnt the best out there.

My question was, what kind of numbers will this combo produce.

I bought the turbos so that when I have a good block I wont be looking for turbos again. My thinking was I could use them at lower boost so as not to stress the engine to the point of breaking

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Not sure about the crank, but the injectors will limit you to around 700.
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i'm gonna guess 600rwhp should be pretty easy.
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Yea I'd say 500-600 I don't like stock crank makeing big power

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