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Old 07-31-2013, 11:07 AM   #1
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any one have this build or close??

just want to get an idea of what this build can handle?
-my block is stock.
-resurfaced crank with matched crank and rod bearings(what can stock bearings handle?)
-eagle h-beam rods
-JE 9:1 85mm forged pistons.
-.051mm head gasket(finished compression of 8.8 :1)
-ARP main studs and head studs.
-ported and polished head.
-Crower stage 2 forced induction cams with springs and retainers.
-71# injectors with return fuel system.
-Cummings hy-35 turbo min waste gate at 10psi.(whats a good max 20psi?)
-3" full exhaust.
-3" intercooler piping with 3"maf and mafia.
cluch masters stage 4 6puck sprung with alum. flywheel.
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Old 07-31-2013, 11:09 AM   #2
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and toms tune
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Old 07-31-2013, 07:02 PM   #3
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Moved to General Forced Induction

I think you'll find more help in here.
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Use a regular head gasket, don't need to lower the compression more than already is, you'll get better power with an aftermarket intake manifold than all the work to the head and cams, should be around 380-425whp (depending on exhaust preferably 3")
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Agreed.. oem gasket for the head and get like an 00 intake manifold
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like others have said you wanna use a stock HG and get the compression up as much as possible to 9:1
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this is going to be my daily summer driver too what is a safe amount of boost for cursing and what is a good peek but still safe?

and I plan to use a duel stage boost controller to eliminate some of the wheel spin in first and second.
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that engine will handle any thing that turbo will make. what is safe on a DD will just depend on how good your 93 oct tune is. you can run 30psi DD if you have a good tune. and what the others said about HG

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