That's not really a big blower by what I see in the data I looked at. That blower is about 95 lbs/ min and only supports 2:1 pressure ratio. That would be less than 900-1000 HP at the crank. It can't make all that much boost so you would need an engine that flows good air, you would not be able to push a lot of air through a small flowing engine.
Any turbo flowing 95 lbs of air a minute would be in that power range and would work better on a lower airflow engine. That blower can only do a pressure ratio from inlet to outlet of 2:1. A turbo can easily do 3:1 or 4:1 pressure, so about twice the boost. This would let you make the same power with a lower base airflow engine.
A good 76mm would about equal that blower. A good 88 would make 50-60% more power and be able to do twice the boost or more. That means the base engine power (airflow) doesn't need to be all that high.
Of course there are junk turbos that do poorly for the compressor size, but anything good and over 76mm would beat it.
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89 LX. 363, single turbo, Super Vic EFI, TFS high port heads by TEA, solid roller, glide. Holley HP EFI. (exact combo varies)