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post #1 of 12 Old 02-14-2006, 06:07 AM Thread Starter
 
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What fits in place of a 76 GTS turbo

I might be buying a PTK kit that is setup to run with a 76 GTS turbo. I was wondering what else would fit in place of this setup. Something like 1 step milder. I hope thats a word but anyway. Get back to me!

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post #2 of 12 Old 02-14-2006, 08:32 AM
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pt-67,70,72,74. i would imagine a mp t-70 would fit also. those are just a few examples.


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Why do you want to go 1 step milder? 1 Step milder would be a PT76GTQ, unless you meant on the compressor side, which would be a PT74GTS.
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I just dont need that much power. But the kit was built to fit that, and I want like a 62-67mm turbo. That much better fits my application. What would you all suggest if I wanted a base of around 400 hp, and a peak of around 650. not that I would ever pump out 650.
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I'd go with a PT6776. It's good for around 780hp max.
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Like mentioned the PT67GTQ would be the best bet.
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thanks alot guys your helped alot.
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thats one of the stupidist things ive heard... why not just turn down the boost ? no one said u had to run 25psi. id keep the 76 so this way when you do decide to want more, you already have it.


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I cant see why you wanna go smaller...my car has pretty much instant boost with the GTS.

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Well I gues I didnt want to spend the extra money to buy a turbo that I know I will never get into....
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