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here my mod now

-dd bov
-bic dp with full 3 inch exhaust plus test pipe
-apex intake
-catch can
-turbo shimmed to 10 psi
-jbl ic pipes
-boost and egt gauge

im not good at calculation but thats about 250 hp(give or take right?)


what should i get next?

im thinking safc2 for tuning... would this be necesary? about how much hp increase?
 

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intercooler.
 

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just run 18psi and then when the turbo goes send it out for the 60-1 upgrade and youd better have lex afm and 550 too cause if your trying to get 350 outa stockers your gonna be needing more than a turbo more like a whole engine
 
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im thinking safc2 for tuning... would this be necesary? about how much hp increase?
i concur def will help you fine tune what you have now
 

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drjonez said:
350hp on the stock CT @ 12 psi? better add a 100 shot of n2o to the list....
:agreed:

I'm pretty sure the record on a stock CT still stands at 320rwhp. To achieve that you basically need an engine in near perfect tune. It's pretty easy to hit the 300rwhp mark with a stock CT and mostly stock parts. That's pretty much the limit though, and those that have gone over the 300rwhp mark are those that have pushed the envelope and know they are treading on potentially dangerous ground.

Add a 60-1 upgrade to that CT-26 though and you'll make 350rwhp pretty easy.

a few things you'll need are fuel pump and fuel delivery mods (required), intercooler (highly recommended) and a fuel computer (pretty much required). If everything else on your engine is in good shape, a 7M can make 350rwhp with what you've got plus what I've listed on a 60-1 upgraded CT-26 pretty damn easy. Your next limit is going to be getting over the 450rwhp mark, at that point you'll start needing a lot more parts.
 
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