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jshmohr

35/40 hybrid

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Hey guys I think I am ready for a turbo upgrade but don't want to get crazy. Thinking of having my turbo made into a 35/40 hybrid. Any pros, cons advice would be great thanks:thumb1:

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a 35/40 would work for you. A super B would be a better match.You may also consider a super B turbo as you can get one for $1200 or so + sell your stock turbo for about $300 = about $900 for upgrade cost.With the 35/40 you still only wastegate out of 3 cylinders, will not flow as much air and it is still choked by the 3" exhaust outlet with a poor wastegate design. Pacbrake sells a better elbow (powerflow or something like that for about $200) that allows the wastegated air to flow better, Banks sells the same type of item for more of course.Take the $900 and subtract the cost of upgrading to the 35/40 to determine if the super B is a better option for you.

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Other options Hx40 He351cwVarious 62mm comp builds I'd go with a 62 but I hear the super b is meant to upgradeable Jacob can sort u out if after new - recommend - and he has he351 kits

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