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GT42 . Living...and death?

I can bust 60 psi with the current setup I have. This is with 300cc hybrids and 200 % nozzles.

So what is the death rate at that level? I understand compressor map and all of that..just looking for feedback from you guys.





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Re: GT42 . Living...and death?

not long to live thats for sure!

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Re: GT42 . Living...and death?

Willing to gamble at the price of a brand new Garrett center section....dont want to if I dont have to.





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Re: GT42 . Living...and death?

Seems like the 42 should live a long happy life in your truck..

I don't have the fuel you do, but mine is happy at 55 psi. I still haven't done a WOT run in a hot tune though, there should be more there.

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Re: GT42 . Living...and death?

are we talking how long your block will last or how long your turbo will last?

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are we talking how long your block will last or how long your turbo will last?
I read it as turbo..
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Re: GT42 . Living...and death?

Turbo. Feeling pretty good about the motor at this point.

To clarify...4202 with 1.15 hsg. (Havent ruled out 1.0 yet)





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Re: GT42 . Living...and death?

Ok, your turbo will probably last longer than your block with 300's what do you have for oil?

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Ok, your turbo will probably last longer than your block with 300's what do you have for oil?
I don't know what the heck you're talking about, he should be more than fine with his power setup and engine life. Maybe you haven't been following his engine/truck build like the rest of us have...

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Ok, your turbo will probably last longer than your block with 300's what do you have for oil?
Swamps Gen 3. Filled block, balanced crank, gridled w/ main studs, ATI, Crowers, etc.





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