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    Comparison Pics

    Just a few random pics I took at the shop yesterday.







    Thats the GT47 with a stock SRT4 turbo sitting in the inlet.
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    9.57@140.57 1.48 60' on 15psi with GT47-88
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    1.37 60' on M/T Drag Radials 6.01@116

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    Frank, those are some awesome pics. I guess that means that my turbo made it out without problems. As pumped as I am for my truck, I am equally about yours. AR is going to take over

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    Now those are some beautiful pics. Now if I could only get the grears in my head to stop turning, becuase my wallet said so.

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    HOLY SNAP! That's one big turbo. I can't wait to see that one go on....

    I'm also ready to get one on my truck.

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    AR is soon gonna be the NWO in the Lightning world!

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    Cool pics.

    I cant wait to get started on the Gen 2 turbo project.

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    Originally posted by KB ZILLA
    Cool pics.

    I cant wait to get started on the Gen 2 turbo project.
    Have you decided what turbo you are going to run for your project?

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    Originally posted by Frank5L
    AR is soon gonna be the NWO in the Lightning world!

    Isn't that the truth. It seems like all of the turbo L come from polks shop.

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    Originally posted by mhays26
    Have you decided what turbo you are going to run for your project?
    Either the 42 like yours or the 76 like Frank was using.

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    Check out the pics man, I think you know which one you want

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    Looks like the HUGE turbo is eating that SRT turbo.
    Turbo charged 4.2l V6 F150
    12.55 @ 111MPH with 14psi boost

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    Sooooo; what's going to be in the Polk Turbo kit

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    Originally posted by Casey02L
    Sooooo; what's going to be in the Polk Turbo kit
    For people with an aftermarket converter, the turbo like mind GT42-76, for people without the converter, Im not sure. But I believe its going to be a slightly smaller turbo

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    I think the GT42-76 will easily be capable of making 850-900RWHP on our trucks with built motor and all the stuff necessary to go with it.

    For people without a converter, GET ONE, and put the GT42-76 on it. Easy enough.

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    Why are you using the GT42 with the T4 flange instead of the one with a t6 flange and larger backhousing?

    from the research i've done it seems the gt42 can get alot of backpressure buildup in v8's more than 300 or so cubes, and using a larger backhousing helps ease that problem.

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