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Old 11-27-17, 02:49 PM
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and for the 13009097049 with 66.11mm comp inducer, it seem to have similar efficiency for a 23psi and big street port 13b motor compare to 7008 and 7055.
with the ideal comp wheel trim that you mentioned, and a good wheel ratio too.
with the exception of comp/turbine avg area (how important is this relationship?)
i wonder if this is an even better turbo for this application?

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wheel ratio: 1.10
comp avg area / turbine avg area: 0.92
comp wheel trim: 52.27
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Bump. Any updates to report on?
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Bump. Any updates to report on?
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We should have some results in the next 2-3 weeks...
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So what everyone’s thoughts on my setup? 13b full Bridgeport I’m using an Borg Warner S369 SXE I’m planning on upping it up to 20psi. I believe it should do well.
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So what everyoneís thoughts on my setup? 13b full Bridgeport Iím using an Borg Warner S369 SXE Iím planning on upping it up to 20psi. I believe it should do well.
For a bridgeport, you want EMAP to be significantly lower than MAP to deal with the overlap, so your S369SX-E is essentially a slightly upsized EFR9180 w/ 69mm inducer and a very nice surge line. Should be great, especially if you plan on running EWG right off the turbine housing.
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Has anyone every tried fitting Howard's manifold on a RHD car ?
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Has anyone every tried fitting Howard's manifold on a RHD car ?
All the turblown stuff fits both.
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I know that, but I am genuiinly intrigued by Howard's manifold simplicity and straight runners.
Can anyone confirm please?

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All the turblown stuff fits both.
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