Turbos for sale TE, TA, MFS Stock to 900hp

trishieldterra

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What do you have in mind for a
ported iron,
204/214,3400non lock up,front mount,alky setup? Primarily looking optimum street performance mid to hi 10sec capable
 

bison

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The 60-1 with a p trim, MFS 5962, MFS 5965, MFS6262, or MFS 6265. The converter coupling will be the limitation. You need 5400-5500rpm and less than 8% slip at the trap to run solid 10's. 5600 for mid 10's. Flash stall around 4600-4700 would be good. Any of those turbos will do it with room to spare. Garrett .63 ex housing will spoil faster and not be a problem on a high-mid 10 application.


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trishieldterra

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The 60-1 with a p trim, MFS 5962, MFS 5965, MFS6262, or MFS 6265. The converter coupling will be the limitation. You need 5400-5500rpm and less than 8% slip at the trap to run solid 10's. 5600 for mid 10's. Flash stall around 4600-4700 would be good. Any of those turbos will do it with room to spare. Garrett .63 ex housing will spoil faster and not be a problem on a high-mid 10 application.


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Whats a fella looking at $ wise for the 62/65
 

Brandon#

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What would you recommend for a stock long block, on alky, with a matching lock-up torque converter?

Its almost Tax refund Turbo Time for me.
 

bison

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What would you recommend for a stock long block, on alky, with a matching lock-up torque converter?

Its almost Tax refund Turbo Time for me.
Stock longblock with boost under 25psi most of the time Id use a te44 or te60. (Or billet equivalents). If i was looking to run a number Id get a 6262 and be sure the converter was spot on. It's about 600-700rpm more to spool a 6262 like a 44 or 60 but at the same time there's little to any gain below 25psi and need a quality converter to work at full hit on a 6262 with a stock head and cam. Once rpm starts getting over 4800 it's getting choke flowed pretty bad by the intercooler and heads. It's pretty much all turbo from there. Have to overcome the inlet restriction of the intercooler and poor head flow. It takes a lot of pressure to do this. I would expect outlet pressure up near 40psi to be all in on a 6262 but might only see 31-32psi at the manifold. So hot air and it isn't moving into the cylinders very well.


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bison

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id say 6768 dbb on tsm!!! high boo0st it will ring
I wouldn't. The 6766 is better for TSM imo. It will 330' better and tsm is limited to a 3 bolt ex housing and the 68 turbine is choke flowed in a 3 bolt. A good wastegate strategy is required for either to get the most out of the compressor. TSM is .01% of turbo regals


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Brandon#

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So between a 6262 and a 6776 what would you recommend for a street car that goes to the track a few times a year?

Bonus points goes to the one that sounds more like a jet engine when spooling up
 
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