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    Question about fftec single turbo...

    soon ill order the kit, but i don't want the 6466 turbo, can i fit the 6766 turbo with the manifold and the downpipe comes with the kit? or can i fit any turbo from my choice? is it possible

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    Probably best to speak with FFtec about packaging constraints, they will be the SME about their own hardware.
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    Ya you need to ask them but let us know what they say about turbo options.

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    just out of curiosity why would u want to go 6766 over 6466? I don't see us 6466 guys seeing the potential of even this turbo any time soon..
    but hey more power to you! do it! I don't kno if u recall but a lil less than a year ago I chose the 6466 and it sounded crazy to some and look at us now. it's working great
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    Yes. 6262, 6266, 6466, and 6766 are all the same on the outside.

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    yep you would have to talk to FFTEC for turbo choice you cant just stick a turbo on there i think they weld a custom viand flange for the waste gate. thats not on a normal turbo. i THINK.
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    turbo definitely gets modified.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Ak335i Click here to enlarge
    just out of curiosity why would u want to go 6766 over 6466? I don't see us 6466 guys seeing the potential of even this turbo any time soon..
    but hey more power to you! do it! I don't kno if u recall but a lil less than a year ago I chose the 6466 and it sounded crazy to some and look at us now. it's working great
    i want the 6766 bcuz it can make more hp on pump gas only than the 6466, ill run it on pump gas only and i think the 6766 is the best for high hp on pump gas,

    the max boost for 6466 on pump is 18-19 psi

    i think 6766 able to run 650rwhp on pump gas

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 135idct Click here to enlarge
    i want the 6766 bcuz it can make more hp on pump gas only than the 6466, ill run it on pump gas only and i think the 6766 is the best for high hp on pump gas,

    the max boost for 6466 on pump is 18-19 psi

    i think 6766 able to run 650rwhp on pump gas
    that is false. I believe shiv posted a graph and log of a 6466 running 91 octane at 21 psi making either 600whp or just north of it.

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    I'm concerned here, you want that much power out of a 3 liter and your concern is pump gas only? I think at those power levels it would make more sense to run Meth some E85 at those power levels to keep things safe.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by brusk Click here to enlarge
    I'm concerned here, you want that much power out of a 3 liter and your concern is pump gas only? I think at those power levels it would make more sense to run Meth some E85 at those power levels to keep things safe.
    other platforms do it just fine. Of course, they just install bigger pumps and injectors. Maybe the OP is unfamiliar with all the fueling upgrade issues?

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    I just gotta say on my car i dropped down to E20 with 21PSI and while its ok, i dont like it nor would i run like that for more than a few pulls... I only did it due to the fueling limits. I have Meth on order now so. I wouldnt recommend running more than around 18psi on a big single pump only. Once again this is just from personal experience. Mine is very similar to the FFtec 6466 kit in ways but also different so while 21psi on mine and the FFTEC may be a little different, they are probably similar in power and nature.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by mycoupe Click here to enlarge
    other platforms do it just fine. Of course, they just install bigger pumps and injectors. Maybe the OP is unfamiliar with all the fueling upgrade issues?
    What other platforms? Far as I know 220WHP per Liter is still pushing it pretty good for pump gas. I wasn't too concerned with our specific fueling issues more the fact that is pushing pump fuel that far with no safety net. Even if E85 isn't available a little Meth for safety would be ideal.
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    would like to know if it's possible to rise the boost to 24 or 26 psi on pump gas with the 6466, but with lower CR pistons like 9.0 for safety, some evo's running near to 30 psi on pump gas but the CR is very low.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 135idct Click here to enlarge
    would like to know if it's possible to rise the boost to 24 or 26 psi on pump gas with the 6466, but with lower CR pistons like 9.0 for safety, some evo's running near to 30 psi on pump gas but the CR is very low.

    All of this single turbo tuning is still in its very early stages. I would contact Shiv since AFAIK he has the most experience in tuning these kits. This is really uncharted territory for alot of us.
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