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Turbo Size?

What turbo do you all suggest on a 12v with 100hp injectors, tq plate gone, bhaf, and the truck has 3.55's if that matters
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I would run the version of the SV300 I'm running, 64mm wheel with 12cm exhaust housing. It spools faster than a factory and is capable of 70psi of boost safely, and it also has a 1:1 drive ratio so it's not so hard on head gaskets and such.
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I liked my super B from BD pretty good,(it is a 56/14) It could boost to 45 psi easily, more if you messed with the w/g (factory set at 40 psi). It kept my egts controllable even with my full cut dv's. Although when you go from a stock charger to any aftermarket charger--be aware that it will not spool at low rpms like your stocker did, I was unhappy will all both my aftermarket turbos until I learned how to drive them. Just stating facts from my experiences.

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yeah i heard a larger turbo has a longer spool delay....how much are we talkin here?
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Hey man i like the truck. Are you gonna be doin alot of sled pullin or is it just a daily driver? And are you wantin a big single or twins?

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I would run the version of the SV300 I'm running, 64mm wheel with 12cm exhaust housing. It spools faster than a factory
I think the 64 will be too big. I think the 62/12 or 62/14 would be a better match.

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I run a PS 64 I know a low rpms it can be laggy but like mrector said once you know how to drive it you can drive around it. But I know a lot of people like the 62 for better driveability.
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yeah its just a daily driver...how much is the 62?
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For a daily driver with some mild to semi-agressive HP upgrades a 62/14 is a nice charger. Depending on what brand you go with plan on anywhere from $800 - $1200 for a good used one and $1400+ for a new one.
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I would run the version of the SV300 I'm running, 64mm wheel with 12cm exhaust housing. It spools faster than a factory and is capable of 70psi of boost safely, and it also has a 1:1 drive ratio so it's not so hard on head gaskets and such.

70 psi on a single and 1:1 drive ratio?? Have you tested this? I can't imagine that setup staying 1:1 much over 30 psi. :shrug:

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