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2.6 sledpuller turbo? Precision Turbo?

Precision PT67 What you think about this turbo? What exhaust A/R should I go with I won't be running a waist gate. I am going with 225CC injectors.
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Re: 2.6 sledpuller turbo? Precision Turbo?

elite uses garret turbo's, you might want to consult with them,

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elite uses garret turbo's, you might want to consult with them,
I can't find any on there web sight might need to give them a ring.

Wonder would a .96 A/R be to big?


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Re: 2.6 sledpuller turbo? Precision Turbo?

get a pedistal to mount a S400 and get a S465. If you want to be competitive run what the big boys are running
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Re: 2.6 sledpuller turbo? Precision Turbo?

unless you have a six speed or a high stall converter you wont be spooling a s400 with any ease at all.


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unless you have a six speed or a high stall converter you wont be spooling a s400 with any ease at all.

I am going with that Precision Turbo there I just want an idea of what exhaust a/r to go with I won't run a wastegate.


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unless you have a six speed or a high stall converter you wont be spooling a s400 with any ease at all.
But if you don't have a s400 your not touching the top 5. the 2.6 class is now in between 700-900hp here in ohio
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Re: 2.6 sledpuller turbo? Precision Turbo?

What are your class rules? If they allow stepped covers then you will not stand a chance with that turbo. Guys will have a Precision built 3.0 wheel cut and stuffed into a 2.6 cover and will move way more air. You will need a $4000 custom built turbo to compete. And the "big guys" are not running s465's they are running S480 with 2.6 covers. Like this.


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What are your class rules? If they allow stepped covers then you will not stand a chance with that turbo. Guys will have a Precision built 3.0 wheel cut and stuffed into a 2.6 cover and will move way more air. You will need a $4000 custom built turbo to compete. And the "big guys" are not running s465's they are running S480 with 2.6 covers. Like this.

How things change in only a year they were runnin s465's last year, is that s480 a bushed housing? if so it's no good in ohio. When i pulled 4 years ago in the 2.5 class i dominated the class with a 62mm s300. Then it went to 2.6 and the guys were winning with 66mm s300's now you don't stand a chance unless your running a s400. A street driven truck can no longer compete in the street class.
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How things change in only a year they were runnin s465's last year, is that s480 a bushed housing? if so it's no good in ohio. When i pulled 4 years ago in the 2.5 class i dominated the class with a 62mm s300. Then it went to 2.6 and the guys were winning with 66mm s300's now you don't stand a chance unless your running a s400. A street driven truck can no longer compete in the street class.
That is not a bushing. That is a 80mm wheel with the ends clipped and protrudes into a 2.6" cover. The wheel is 2.6" measured at the smallest diameter of the compressor wheel. But after the 1/8" as most rules state the wheel steps out to the 80 mm and the big part of the wheel grabs air through the 1/4" map width enhancement groove.

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