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Old 08-24-2005, 11:52 AM   #1
twin turbo 383 mopar are t3's sufficient?  
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I am throwing around the idea of doing twin turbos on my 383 big block. will standard t3's be large enough? I plan on intercooling it also.
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Old 08-24-2005, 12:41 PM   #2
 
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Just depends on what kind of power output you want & at what range of RPM. Lots of people put the .60/.63 housing turbos on everything from 302s to 460s. Knew a guy who had 'em on a 460 Ford, made almost a thousand ft. lbs. of torque, but only around 350 hp & it ran out of breathe around 4500 rpm. Minimum I'd say is a pair off a Grand National or step up to a pair of HX 35 or HX 40 Holsets off of Cummins diesels which would be damn near ideal.

I've got a 64 Galaxie that'll eventually have twins on it, I plan on using the Holset pieces unless I can find a mate to this TE06H that I've got sitting here.

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I have an hy35w which is slightly smaller on the exhaust side than a HX35w. I think that is too big for a twin V8 setup, you'd probably spool both of them by like 4K RPM
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