The 1.32/96 worked flawlessly on my 383sbc . But its just a AFR195 headed sbc .96mm/1.58 combo on my 414sbc works flawlessly. The 96/1.58 flows alot more than people think. A BW engineer sent me the data to prove it to me. I don't see a need to go to a bigger turbine wheel, maybe just the 1.58
Do you have to run a dump Valve with the 91?The 1.32/96 worked flawlessly on my 383sbc . But its just a AFR195 headed sbc .
I mean I think its pretty impressive for that 84 to push 4600lbs to 156mph in the 1/4 . And its the old BW cover .
It just seemed to be a perfect match for my street strip combo .
But like always , we are never satisfied with it . Always want that next 2 or 3 tenths .
I just want a nice round number , 8.50 @ 160 . lol
I know the new turbo is capable of more power , but I just wonder how much with my current combo .
Calculators say I need 150 more hp
Ive tried it with up to 60psi .I assume you are using a Co2 boost control correct? How much co2 is on the gate during spool ? I make an advanced table that adds 80psi co2 to the dome below my launch boost target and once it achieves that it comes back down to regular launch co2... the other thing would be doing the timing dump and adding extra fuel on the brake. The larger turbo may require a more agressive boost co2 vs time to allow it to catch up to what you actually want? Hopefully you can get out and test it soon to see what she does. Personally I don’t think the turbo is too large at all. The exhaust side should only help the situation.
Thanks man , I'll get back to you soon.Send me a log of it getting on the chip and the turbo and send me your tune and I will set you up an advanced table
I'll make a bet and I can make you the same boost at the previous launch RPM that you used before
The onboard Holley boost builder is a joke
Are you allowed to share the data? Any comparison to the 1.32?96mm/1.58 combo on my 414sbc works flawlessly. The 96/1.58 flows alot more than people think. A BW engineer sent me the data to prove it to me. I don't see a need to go to a bigger turbine wheel, maybe just the 1.58