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4.6 2v turbo size choice

So I pulled the plug bought on3 hotside piping tial bov and wastegate. I already have an intercooler on the car from my vortech v2 so will reuse that. I'm all forged internals -21cc pistons. Likely going with a stage 2 turbo can to replace my xe270ah if you guys recommend. I make 556whp and 505 tq with the v2 s trim 17psi maxed out. Ideally would like 650whp and I street drive this 15000 miles a year at least. I don't want crazy lag so to fit my requirements what would be a good size turbo to run?

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Single turbo or twin?

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Check out precision 7675 cea or Borg Warner S300 series for an off the shelf turbo

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Check out precision 7675 cea or Borg Warner S300 series for an off the shelf turbo
What kind of s300 series turbo in particular what ar etc
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66/73/.91 seems to be popular with the LS guys. Their engines flow a little better stock with better heads but with head work it's pretty close. That's what I'm leaning toward if I ever get my dreamed of build off the ground.

VS Racing has them for about $400

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