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Choosing the right size turbo for stock block VQ35DE

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Hey guys I have been looking at single turbo kits for the 350,
I have read they are good up to 400hp / 300rwkw but honestly I would be happy with 250rwk just to be safe !
I am more after response linear power then all top end.

So my question is what turbo should I run ?
I was looking at the gt3576 from the FG XR6 as there easy to get and are internaly gated to make the install less complicated with external gates and associated piping ect
people are getting good numbers from the BA XR6 turbo which is gt3582 which seems to make that bit more power but im guessing costs a little response.
what about a gt3540 ?

Also can you run any boost on a stock fuel rail and injectors with just a pump upgrade ?

Any help would be appreciated


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To give some insight into the ford turbo’s, the ba/bfs still are boosting at 2000rpm. (Mine was 12psi and on full boost before 3k).

the fg’s are more responsive, but also make less power (400hp compared to approx 600hp for the ba/bf/fpv turbo).


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