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On3 88mm too much for built 2v?

Looking at getting a turbo kit, is this too much for a weekender? Looking for 600 reliable rear wheel power? Just your everyday built 2v..

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Also, What psi to get that number?


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That's going to be a laggy sum bitch....you don't need an 88mm to make 600, you can make over 1000 with a 76...myself personally with that little baby 4.6, I would run a ball bearing 70mm


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I'm around 1000 with a 7675cea on a 363. I'm upgrading now to a S480 race that is an 8280 with billet wheel. I expect to have way more lag with a little more power.

An 88 has to be a horrible mismatch for 600 HP. It will be a real slug.
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I concur. An 88 would be way too big if only 600 is your goal. You could make that with a 67-76 BB unit depending on future plans for the car.

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