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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-26-2007, 02:27 AM Thread Starter
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What it takes to make a 35/40 hybrid

I have a good hx35 and found a couple hx40's with some good parts and some bad. What do I need from each turbo to make a good hybrid?

One of the hx40's comp wheel is bad (see pic) could I just bolt this 40 on and have no worries?
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You need the comp side of the 40. Also some machining mods are required to get it work with your ex. housing. I don't remember what specifically has to be done, but if you call htt they can help you out.

You could just bolt a 40 up, but with the amount of fuel you have, it will be a ***** to spool up. My friend has a similar set up as you do, but with stage 3 nozzles and that thing is a pig around town with the pdr hotrod 40 on there.
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