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So I've been testing Lucille out and seeing what's what, and I noticed according to qz my boost maxes out at 22psi. This is with stock sized injectors. I know the turbo is probably too big for my engine, but I was curious what rpm a proper turbo should start spooling on a 24v? Mine starts to come on at about 2200rpm,and I reach fuel cut off before it spools more. Aside from replacing the turbo completely, is there a way around this at all? I do plan on reinstalling my 150hp injectors, and I want about 700hp in the end. If I can get away with keeping my current turbo that would be cheaper. But I'm open to suggestions. Kinda want to stay single turbo for ease of cost. 

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Hy35 1500 maybe 1300 depending on how I'm coming into the throttle making 30psi by 1800.

I'd assume your defueiling since your max boost is at 22

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28 minutes ago, AH64ID said:

Do you have a boost fooler installed too?

 

What turbo?

I don't think I have a boost fooler in, unless it came with the Quadzilla. I have a turbonetics 63/65 with a 1.85 ex housing if I remember right. It's too big I think. 

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A 1.85 housing is HUGE! Are you sure that’s the housing you have? 

 

Does the turbo have a wastegate?

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14 hours ago, AH64ID said:

A 1.85 housing is HUGE! Are you sure that’s the housing you have? 

 

Does the turbo have a wastegate?

I'll get the numbers off the turbo again and rerun them, but I know it's kinda big. It doesn't have a wastegate either. 

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7 hours ago, Ravewolf said:

I'll get the numbers off the turbo again and rerun them, but I know it's kinda big. It doesn't have a wastegate either. 

 

You might be better off researching a different exhaust housing. A .63 gated housing would spool much better. 

 

Big non-gated housings are for high rpm and/or primary turbos in twins. 

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