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Old 12-06-2017, 03:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Humboldtgrin View Post
Didn't the 7 87/88 951 GTR's make 650 RWHP? Might want to ask Porsche what they did 30 years ago.
I'd say 650bhp maybe.
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So it was the second engine that cracked? weren't you using the billet block?
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Resurrecting this old thread.

I tried to get a turbo through Speed Force Racing, since I had successfully dealt with him before, since October. Finally gave up on Jan 8th. Purchased new turbo through https://turbokits.com/ . They have been a pleasure to deal with. They deal with all the major turbo manufacturers and they have a number of turbine hot side types, ie k24/26, T3, T4, v-band, etc.
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