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What is the best twin combination to run to reach 1000+ RWHP? I have a 331 that is built to take it. I have heard twin T3/t4 are good any more?

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what kind of block and internals do you have?

and for the turbos there are many many different combinations you could go with to reach those goals

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two 62-1's will work.
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I am not worry about the block and internals. I know they can take it. I was looking at Garrett T3/60-1 w/ .82 a/r. What ya think.
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i hope thats not a stock block
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I am not worry about the block and internals. I know they can take it. I was looking at Garrett T3/60-1 w/ .82 a/r. What ya think.
Depends on what you want to do with the car...street, track car. The T3 housings don't flow very well on high revving, big cammed, well flowing heads. I'd consider going with a T4 hot side with an A/R dependant on Expected rpms. I'm using TO4E 60 trims with .68 a/r T4 P trim housings on a 383W.
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Does Garrett make a t4/60-1 w/.82a/r? pintoman who makes you turbos. . also did you make the kit or buy one? Thanks for all the help
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in the old T series, the new GT series are a better turbo but pricey with ball bearing option. I'm using Masterpower turbos for my build. Seriously dude, consider T4 turbine side, if you have a built engine the T3 will be too restrictive. My build

https://www.corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=856984

here is a link to the MP turbos.

http://partsexpressonline.com/shop/i...a26a046d488981
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What block are you using with your 331 setup? And what pistons, crank and rods?

1,000hp is more than a forged 331. You really need the best of everything if you are honestly looking to build a reliable 1000HP engine.
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Dart block and billet crank, rods ect...

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i found a 62-1 / P Trim / T4 A/R.96. But do ya think a .96 A/r will be to big? I was thinking along the lines of a 81 A/R.
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what heads, what are you gonna be spinning this motor to (rpms)?
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I am running TF high ports. Looking to turn around 6500-7000 RPM's.
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check member name "wolverine" on turbomustangs.com.......
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ya he has a bad ass car. I want to know if a 96 a/r is to big. should I go with a 81 or something?
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if its a race motor i might go the .96 a/r but if its mainly for the street i'd go with the .81
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Two XTR T4E-70 - T04Z with .84 housings..

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85 Lb inj Custom cam ,P 2000 Haltech ecu...4x's 2 coil wasted spark ignition.Twin SC 61-2s with Dart block, 330/4340 Crank, Oliver rods,7.9/ comp c C.P pistons.. 482 rwkw/ 646 rwhp..A.P 4 pot brakes...TKO
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Thanks guy you have help me out big time now I just need to find out were I am going to buy them from. I think I am going to go with the T04Z's.
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