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SUBSCRIBING for future carnage thread, also none of you other assholes brought up the built trans so i'll be watching for a smokn maroon turd with a flat bed around here that won't spool (5500+ft) or put the power to the ground :angel:
Read my second post (post 7). Says “let’s put aside a built motor ET ...” since the OP asked strictly a turbo related question.
 

rcr1978

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Brad it was supposed to be sarcastic :D The reality is the closet race track is in Boise= 4hrs other than maybe a airport drag that's not advertised so no one knows about them. We don't have shit here other than the truck pulls once a year. So that's going to make this a street truck we have a big hills to go up in/out of town so he's going to be going up it in 4th trying and keep the haze down. 5th it's going to be under the charger and will be a lagasaurus rex almost everywhere here there's lots of hills, heat, and high elevation just hate for the guy to be disappointed especially when the reality of everything sinks in for cost.
 

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Brad it was supposed to be sarcastic :D The reality is the closet race track is in Boise= 4hrs other than maybe a airport drag that's not advertised so no one knows about them. We don't have shit here other than the truck pulls once a year. So that's going to make this a street truck we have a big hills to go up in/out of town so he's going to be going up it in 4th trying and keep the haze down. 5th it's going to be under the charger and will be a lagasaurus rex almost everywhere here there's lots of hills, heat, and high elevation just hate for the guy to be disappointed especially when the reality of everything sinks in for cost.
My bad, it’s been a long day at work and my ability to pickup and realize sarcasm is pretty low at this point in the day. What’s the elevation there, 5000-6000ft? It’ll be laggy but I don’t think it’ll be unmanageable with good tuning. My 475/87/1.00 was amazing here in WI as a daily but we’re under 2000ft.
 

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Yeah that's what it is for elevation, once it's lit for sure it will be fun just the drive-ability is probably going to be shit below 2300-2500 at part throttle. Even my twin set's not starting to spool until over 2000-2200. Cruising down the highway it has no boost maybe like 1-2psi.
 

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Brad it was supposed to be sarcastic :D The reality is the closet race track is in Boise= 4hrs other than maybe a airport drag that's not advertised so no one knows about them. We don't have shit here other than the truck pulls once a year. So that's going to make this a street truck we have a big hills to go up in/out of town so he's going to be going up it in 4th trying and keep the haze down. 5th it's going to be under the charger and will be a lagasaurus rex almost everywhere here there's lots of hills, heat, and high elevation just hate for the guy to be disappointed especially when the reality of everything sinks in for cost.
I used to drive 6.5 hours to the track in Palmer Ak from Fairbanks... 4 is nothing:baby:

I do agree with everything thing you said though. 5k and some decent hills around would make me Leary of a big single but I am and will always be a compounds guy.
 

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Anytime you are running a big single, you have to match the converter and TCM tuning to the spooling characteristics of the turbo.
 

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