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Old 08-20-2012, 07:32 AM   eBay Motors  #21 (permalink)
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everyone thinks they have to get either an s366 or an s475, remember that there are other sizes in-between those that might be better for some applications..I decided on a billet s472 because I will loose boost between shifting, but it's still more than enough for a stock engine as well..should be fun tho!
Correct. There is an s464 & s466 as well as different combos on the turbine side.
Lets see some videos of that thing!

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What rpms are guys with 472/475s pulling their shifts out to?
3800-4000 range. If you dont have upgraded valve springs & more fuel its kinda pointless to go over 3400 IMO.
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Another question is what kind of fueling are you guys using? Injectors and cp3?
I have a bone stock CP3 with 134,000 miles and 40% nozzles.
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Old 08-20-2012, 07:52 AM   eBay Motors  #22 (permalink)
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im hung up on the s472, im just wondering if i should stick with a smaller s366 or a larger than stock vgt turbo because of emissions.
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Old 08-20-2012, 07:55 AM   eBay Motors  #23 (permalink)
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, A 4094 is more than enough to blow a stock bottom end, let alone a billet 72 danville 4094.
Other than the cool factor, going bigger is pointless isn't it? Build the bottom end so you can use a huge charger..
So at what point is the decision made to build the bottom end other than by it blowing up, anything over stock? I understand it needs to be done.. but, there are some people running alot more charger than stock on stock internals, yes, it's way more risky but there has to be a more defining point to say this turbo will work and this turbo is pushing it and there is no way in hell with this turbo, etc... I just don't want to spend the money on a 4094 if it's not a good choice and I don't want to buy one that's gonna grenade my motor.. so what do y'all suggest?
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Old 08-20-2012, 07:59 AM   eBay Motors  #24 (permalink)
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DMAXchris where did you get yours from? I was looking at Danvilles website
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Old 08-20-2012, 08:05 AM   eBay Motors  #25 (permalink)
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DMAXchris where did you get yours from? I was looking at Danvilles website
Directly from Bullseye Power through my local diesel hotrod shop. Danville is a Bullseye dealer so they can take care of anything you want.
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Old 08-20-2012, 08:06 AM   eBay Motors  #26 (permalink)
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No video but heres a crappy pic of my current setup:



billet 366, currently running stock LBZ CP3 with 40% injectors. I just added profab manifolds and it really helped the turbo spool up. my cruising boost is down a few rpm over my batmo stocker. drive pressure is right at 1:1, egts at cruise are at 7-800, slightly lower than stock(that was before the manifolds).
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Old 08-20-2012, 08:09 AM   eBay Motors  #27 (permalink)
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So at what point is the decision made to build the bottom end other than by it blowing up, anything over stock? I understand it needs to be done.. but, there are some people running alot more charger than stock on stock internals, yes, it's way more risky but there has to be a more defining point to say this turbo will work and this turbo is pushing it and there is no way in hell with this turbo, etc... I just don't want to spend the money on a 4094 if it's not a good choice and I don't want to buy one that's gonna grenade my motor.. so what do y'all suggest?
I suggest getting the VVT off of the motor if you're after performance. The sooner you do that, the happier the truck will be. Take Ryan Funks' truck for example. He's almost in the 10s on a stock motor with big fuel and an s475. He's probably somewhere in the 750-800 rwhp range. I believe its due to fact he's been running a non vvt charger for a long time. The better the charger flows on the exhaust side, the less stress there is on the bottom end.
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Old 08-20-2012, 08:42 AM   eBay Motors  #28 (permalink)
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Lets see some videos of that thing!
Ohh and an s464 is enough to blow head gaskets, I know from experience lol..I don't have the truck back yet, should be done this week and going to get it this weekend hopefully!! I will have my wife take some videos or something.
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I suggest getting the VVT off of the motor if you're after performance. The sooner you do that, the happier the truck will be. Take Ryan Funks' truck for example. He's almost in the 10s on a stock motor with big fuel and an s475. He's probably somewhere in the 750-800 rwhp range. I believe its due to fact he's been running a non vvt charger for a long time. The better the charger flows on the exhaust side, the less stress there is on the bottom end.
So would you say I'd be good doing a s475 (or smaller?) on a stock cp3 with say like 40% overs with only head studs? Basically, I'm new to the specs on all these different chargers and not sure what is good for what and what exactly I need (exhaust flow,etc., etc.)

The set-up on your truck is pretty much my main goal... minus the expensive goodies inside.. for now
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Old 08-20-2012, 02:17 PM   eBay Motors  #30 (permalink)
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I'll start by posting up a video that I made while driving on the highway to show spool time while cruising. I will do another one with stop & go traffic with normal acceleration, and another while towing a light load. The turbo is a Bullseye s375(T4 s400) with a .90 A/R, 87mm turbine. Please excuse my dumbass commentary.
"all right, here we go, gettin' on the highway, going to roll into it like normal"
Just so I'm clear, 45lbs of boost and 80mph is "rolling into it like normal"?
hahaha, truck sounds good bro.
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