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My 2v on3 turbo, T70 (original kit) is spooling slow.

ABout 3500 for full boost, I don't know how much of this to blame my blower cams for. I am going back to stock cams, but I assume my v bands are leaking too. I have rps clamps comming and gaskets too.

I'd just like to see where other guys are spoolin at ?

2V, ported heads, stock intake, 9.6-9.8ish comp, on3 T70, 3650 5 speed, and 3.73 gears. For now, I still have my HP 292's. Going back to stock shortly.
 

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My 2v on3 turbo, T70 (original kit) is spooling slow.

ABout 3500 for full boost, I don't know how much of this to blame my blower cams for. I am going back to stock cams, but I assume my v bands are leaking too. I have rps clamps comming and gaskets too.

I'd just like to see where other guys are spoolin at ?

2V, ported heads, stock intake, 9.6-9.8ish comp, on3 T70, 3650 5 speed, and 3.73 gears. For now, I still have my HP 292's. Going back to stock shortly.

What PSI is full boost for you?

Looking at my graphs with my on3 kit I made 5 psi around 2800-2900 rpms.

10 psi came at about 3300-3400 rpms so if you are running 8-10 psi I can see 3500~ being about a full spool time, especially if you arent running an electronic boost controller.

Also, I removed my hp292s and but in stock PI cams and picked up roughly 100 tq and 80 rwhp at 4k rpms and also picked up 300~ rpms quicker spool

The hp292 cams dont make any mid range power so it could give you the illusion of it not spooling up fast. If you put the stockers back in it will spool better/ quicker and make way more mid range power.
 
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