Te45a vs billet 6265

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Ok which ones gives more power spool up etc. With my combo should I go with the larger billet turbo. Also I have 3800 stall is this to much for the billet turbos? And what stall is recommended
 
Ok which ones gives more power spool up etc. With my combo should I go with the larger billet turbo. Also I have 3800 stall is this to much for the billet turbos? And what stall is recommended

From what I have read... the billet 62 probably can make more power than the 45A.... but a 3800 stall is too much.

What parts do you have now?

The 3800 stall is IMHO maybe a little loose even for the 45A.

IMHO.... a billet 62 is 9 sec capable... with around a 3000 stall +/- depending on housing configuration and if it is a BB or not....

IMHO the billet 62 is the bomb for a street car...it is all the turbo one will need to stretch most 109's to their physical and mechanical limits... yet only need a street friendly converter. They really have made a sweet turbo here...

HTH
 
I have a stage 1 274". How about the bb 6776? I basically drive it on the street. M&a alum heads.
 
I have a stage 1 274". How about the bb 6776? I basically drive it on the street. M&a alum heads.


Sweet.

With that many cubes....and a stage block.... good heads....go for it... the new billet 67 in a BB would be great...... probably only need a 3000 - 3200 stall.... IMHO....that would be one bad @ss street killing combo....
 
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