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Wondering if anyone has pushed this turbo into the single digits. Also wondering how spool up is with a .68 ar? Thinking of putting one on my 260 ci v6 engine. Currently has an s366 on it now.
 

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I'm pretty sure on3's 70's have been in the 9's on several different combos. I would think your S366 performs very close to a on3 70. Is a precision 67 a option for you?
 

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The 70mm was thrown in on a trade and couldn't pass it up. I've had the s366 up to 17psi and run 105 mph in the 8th.
 

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My stock shortblock 302 went numerous 9.90's with a 70mm. That was with mediocre sixty foot times (1.45 being the best).
 

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My stock shortblock 302 went numerous 9.90's with a 70mm. That was with mediocre sixty foot times (1.45 being the best).
Yeah, but that's with a REAL motor, not a 2 cylinder delete model. I'm not saying it's not possible, but probably outside the compressor range for a 70mm On3 turbo on a V6.
 

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Yeah, but that's with a REAL motor, not a 2 cylinder delete model. I'm not saying it's not possible, but probably outside the compressor range for a 70mm On3 turbo on a V6.
Real motor? You line your piece of #### up next to mine and I guarantee I'll drag the bumper off that bitch! And the turbo will be more efficient on a smaller motor dumbass.
 
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I'm glad you'll enjoyed it! I didn't start this thread for a debate on v6 vs v8 and I'll admit I was trolling a little bit lol.

On a serious note, where does this 68 ar housing run out of steam? A little about my motor is 260 ci and makes 280-300hp na. I had a .63 ar t3 on it running through a 62 cea turbine and the load would fall off a cliff above 5400rpm. Hoping the 68 ar will allow the motor to rev to at least 6000 rpm. Funny but there use to be a bunch of info on this unit on this site but cant seem to find it. Remember there was a max hp thread and fastest time thread as well.
 
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