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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-04-2007, 12:28 AM Thread Starter
 
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Pulling Turbo

I need help selecting a turbo for my pulling truck. It is a '91 P-Pumped, 330 injectors, oversize fuel lines, laser cut dv's, 4k springs, auto tranny, etc. I have a brand new ht3b sitting in my shop right now. i am pretty sure it is a triple entry. Does any know if i would be able to spool that big turbo or i am i just pissing in the wind?
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It would take a ton of fuel to spool it, but it is possible. Whats the inducer and exducer size of your HT3B? I know a few guys running a GT42 as a single, and it doesn't lite until 2100RPM w/ a ton of fuel (upwards of 650cc's)

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I am really not sure of the inducer size. I have plenty of fuel going to it. the guy that built the pump says its around 800 but it has not been on a flow bench.
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Well if that is true it should spool it relativity quickly. Depending on exact size of turbo.

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You should be able to spool it without much issue. If I remember right, the HT3B is on the small side for a big pulling turbo anyway. It makes a nice one for a set of street twins though.

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You will never spool an ht3b I know a guy that tried it on a 97 with some serious fuel and didnt come close to spooling it.
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just run a smaller one in front of it then you wont have to guess about spooling that big turbo.

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Depends on what exhaust sizing you have on the H3TB. I think you can get a 19 housing for it. That would sure help.

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I know a guy who had a 1000hp plus 12v cummins with a S300 off of a John Deere tractor on it and it spooled fine but it usually lit around 2800. This truck had one turbo and water/meth injection to cool the charge air. And this puller was a 2wd. The only time he got beat was when the truck broke, as far as I can remember.

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Thanks for the input. i know it is a big turbo and i would have to make quite a few modifications to it to make it fit. i guess i should just go with the sled puller 66
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