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post #1 of 8 Old 06-11-2007, 12:43 AM Thread Starter
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0.96 A/R HP Performance turbine housing

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HP screwed up when they were sending me the parts for my stage II kit, first they shorted me my turbine housing, then I got 2 of them. Didn't want to make a formal post for sale cuz I don't have a picture uploaded on this computer, but if you have a big cube motor (i.e. 347 or 351) and you have or are getting an HP Performance turbo kit, PM me and I can sell you this better flowing 0.96 A/R turbing housing thats a decent upgrade from the 0.68 A/R that comes with the kit. It is still brand new in the Jet-Hot box.


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Your Stage II is has a .96 A/R?
So is the .68 what comes with the Stage I? Because I have the stage one kit will that is what I bought and I have a .96a/r on my turbing housing. Just wondering if they sent me the wrong one.


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i have a stage one turbo and it has the .96

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you can order the housing size you want w/ either kit i believe

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It depends on your motor size. A 302-306 combo typically gets a 0.68 housing. When you are doing a stroker motor, they set you up with a 0.96 housing.

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My stage one came with a .81 A/R exhaust.

What turbo does this housing fit? I was wondering if maybe HP used different brand turbos as often as different sized exhaust housings. Mine is a 60mm Holset.

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My stage one came with a .81 A/R exhaust.

What turbo does this housing fit? I was wondering if maybe HP used different brand turbos as often as different sized exhaust housings. Mine is a 60mm Holset.
HP uses Holset turbos. They use the compressor assembly from holset and add a garret "P" trim wheel and machine a garret turbine housing to fit it.
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Interesting.

If I had not already bought a Precision 76gts for my 351 swap I might have tried putting on this larger .96 housing on my current turbo to get me buy for a while.

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