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post #1 of 8 Old 11-08-2005, 10:30 AM Thread Starter
 
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351w stroker + turbo questions

the setup im building is as follows:
351 4bolt main dart block
either AFR-225 or edelbrock performers with $$ port job
custom grind cam motion cam - something like 254 intake, 246 exhaust, .6xx lift, 115 LS
EFI with custom Megasquirt
160# injectors
super victor intake manifold

turbonetics 101mm race T-4 or twin t-76's

my question is, i have looked around, and can not find a kit made to fit the 225 heads. i have called cartech, they dont have headers that bolt up, and PTS has a DAMN good kit for the single 101mm, but they havent replied if it will fit my setup. anyone have any ideas or know of anyother turbo kits out there that will work for what im doing?

lookin to run mid 8's.


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post #2 of 8 Old 11-08-2005, 12:25 PM
 
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shoot these guys a pm or give em a call and tell them what you are wanting to do...

http://bgturbokits.com/product_info....products_id=52



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thanks man
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A couple things....... First off you DO NOT need a 101 mm on a stroked 351 to run mid 8's. A large frame 88-91 mm will be more than enough to support up to 1500hp which should take you much further than low 8's. A 101mm is enough turbo for the mid 7 sec zone and the twin 76's will go even further. Secondly a 101mm has a T6 flange turbine housing not a T4. Third PTS will put any flange you want on the headers to make them fit your heads. Hope this helps

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NIL8GM302, great info man..........
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A couple things....... First off you DO NOT need a 101 mm on a stroked 351 to run mid 8's. A large frame 88-91 mm will be more than enough to support up to 1500hp which should take you much further than low 8's. A 101mm is enough turbo for the mid 7 sec zone and the twin 76's will go even further. Secondly a 101mm has a T6 flange turbine housing not a T4. Third PTS will put any flange you want on the headers to make them fit your heads. Hope this helps

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that was the info i was lookin for rick. thank you.
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Better just call Brian of B&G, he doesnt answer pms or emails, I couldnt reach him on the phone either so I gave up on his headers. He does make some of the best stuff Ive seen though. I think hes gonna say your looking in the 1500hp range with the 225 combo, hope you got good parts
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ive got the motor to do it.
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