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Apr 7, 4:18pm - #437295 
Turbo psi

what is a good psi to run a gt celi as an everyday drive, would the internals need to be upgraded? Thanks ahead of time.

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Apr 7, 4:20pm - #437296 
on which turbo?


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Apr 7, 4:20pm - #437297 
for a daily driver 6-8psi is safe on stock internals. if you want to raise the boost higher to say 10-18psi then you would need stronger internals like pistons, rods, sleeves, cams, PFC would do wonders. hope this helps thumbsup


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Apr 7, 4:57pm - #437298 
Originally Posted by celimangts17
for a daily driver 6-8psi is safe on stock internals. if you want to raise the boost higher to say 10-18psi then you would need stronger internals like pistons, rods, sleeves, cams, PFC would do wonders. hope this helps thumbsup

So, are you saying that he can boost safely 6-8 psi on T88 turbo with stock internal?


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Apr 7, 5:37pm - #437299 
Originally Posted by GT4
Originally Posted by celimangts17
for a daily driver 6-8psi is safe on stock internals. if you want to raise the boost higher to say 10-18psi then you would need stronger internals like pistons, rods, sleeves, cams, PFC would do wonders. hope this helps thumbsup

So, are you saying that he can boost safely 6-8 psi on T88 turbo with stock internal?


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Apr 7, 5:42pm - #437300 
double edge sowrd t88 can flow like 95 lbs a minute but a wastegate and bov should take care of it but if your gonna drop that much on a t88 you would prolly know a lil about turbos then lol

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Apr 7, 5:55pm - #437301 
Originally Posted by GT4
Originally Posted by celimangts17
for a daily driver 6-8psi is safe on stock internals. if you want to raise the boost higher to say 10-18psi then you would need stronger internals like pistons, rods, sleeves, cams, PFC would do wonders. hope this helps thumbsup

So, are you saying that he can boost safely 6-8 psi on T88 turbo with stock internal?


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