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post #1 of 9 Old 05-19-2005, 04:13 PM Thread Starter
 
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ysi trimvs 60mm turbo

wich one of these bad boys will post up some good numbers at 25 psi on either a 377 or a 4.6 dohc im in the middle of thinking of wich motor i wan to build but i know i want the ysi supercharger inles i can get more out of a small turbo or at least a singal turbo. im thinking of 780to1000 rwhp and thats just what i intend to do so will the 60 be enuf for that im going to intercool and methonal inject the turbo but the ysi ill just meth it. so what do u guys think about that. just let me have some opions i might go to a on step bigger turbo if someon will suggest one thanks

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post #2 of 9 Old 05-19-2005, 08:04 PM
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Why don't you compare two power adders in the same range there champ? YSi is almost the size of two 60mm turbos.

I think you just need to do a lot mor ereading before you jump in and buy anything.

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I agree w/ HS pnenom. You aren't comparing two equal power adders. If you really want to make that kind of power than you might start looking into a 76GTS or something bigger.
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okay im not a turbo guy i havent ever looked really thats y im asking totally new to this turbo stuff so what is compatibale with the t trim would that be a good comparison to the 60mm what do u think im looking around could someone just give me some specs on turbos please
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T-trim is like PT67 comparable. YSi-trim is like GT42-76. 60mm turbo is like an S-trim.

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T-trim is like PT67 comparable. YSi-trim is like GT42-76. 60mm turbo is like an S-trim.
Yeap, so just get a pair of S-trims and call it a day

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well if i could i would run dual superchargers but ive never heard of or seen it done so i might half to get me a 90mm turbo so i dont half to worrie no more

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I can tell you this,my car last year:ysi 24lbs=895rwhp
nothing in the motor changed except for a smaller cam and twin 61mm innovative turbos=1020rwhp @20lbs of boost thats 4 lbs less boost for more power,I would definitly suggest going turbos if its in the budget

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Might be in the budget.

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