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    Single Billet Turbo Setup.

    I am making another move to have a more streetable turbo setup on the VR4. I am selling the twin 5557's and going with a single billet wheel turbo with the SP spool valve. Just wondering if anyone is running a simlar setup and if so, has it been dynoed?
    Prob a 6765 or the 72mm billet from precison

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    I don't know of anyone running anything like that right off. You have a stroker or is this a 3.0? Either way, I like the plan A LOT.

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    billet WITH the spool valve?


    at first i was like "he's changing his setup AGAIN?!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrod View Post
    I am making another move to have a more streetable turbo setup on the VR4. I am selling the twin 5557's and going with a single billet wheel turbo with the SP spool valve. Just wondering if anyone is running a simlar setup and if so, has it been dynoed?
    Prob a 6765 or the 72mm billet from precison

    seems like more re-inventing the wheel, why not just go with a proven twin set-up?

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    i got a single setup
    comp turbo T76 triple ball bearing (oil-less)

    ill have dyno and specs in the next few weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnakeSkinner View Post
    seems like more re-inventing the wheel, why not just go with a proven twin set-up?
    Matt, I wish I had a dollar for everytime you have asked me that over the years. Lol. I like trying new things.

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    Haha he does ask it quite a bit. Curse the stubbornness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrod View Post
    I am making another move to have a more streetable turbo setup on the VR4. I am selling the twin 5557's and going with a single billet wheel turbo with the SP spool valve. Just wondering if anyone is running a simlar setup and if so, has it been dynoed?
    Prob a 6765 or the 72mm billet from precison
    Didn't Gene build a setup with a single 6765? I was thinking it was a low tune and somewhere in the mid-high 400's?

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    it made 490awhp@15psi conservative tune.
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