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so i have been looking into gettin a ht3b for a twin with my hx35. does anyone know were i could get a kit.. or the ht3b atleast? any thing would be great thanks... links and pricese would help thanks in advanced!
 

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Rip at sourceautomotive.biz has a 2/3's kit with everything needed, including the bottom turbo, to put a twins setup on using your stocker. Price is good too.

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can you send me a direct link... i cant find it on there site?.
 

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ok i found the set up but it says it uses the modifyd schwitzer 400 with it or known as b2? not ht3b?
 

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there is 6 ht3bs in the classifieds section now
 

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I think you'd be better off going with an S400 variant over an HT3B. Just personal opinion.
 

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I believe the S400's are known to have a slightly better spool and also push a little more air than the HT3B. I'm just basing my opinion off of the many posts that I've read on this same topic, but no personal experience. The HT3B's are cheap though.
 

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I've ran them both and really don't see any difference. The setup I'm running now spools great. Maybe in a max horsepower race the 400 would win out but a 35 over either one ain't a max horsepower setup.
 

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If you run this setup, say a hx35 over a th3b or s400 based turbo, can you grow in the future without redoing all your piping? For example, if you were to go to a 62/71 later on? Sorry if this is a rookie question, but I'm still ridin my stock turbo, don't know a whole lot about the aftermarket ones.
 

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If you run this setup, say a hx35 over a th3b or s400 based turbo, can you grow in the future without redoing all your piping? For example, if you were to go to a 62/71 later on? Sorry if this is a rookie question, but I'm still ridin my stock turbo, don't know a whole lot about the aftermarket ones.
Part of it you could keep, but you'd need a new hot pipe. The part that connets the 2 exhaust housings. You could Hybrid your HX.
 

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yea i was jw if instead of ordering everything i need, piece by piece, if they cud get a list, or get it all together for me?
 

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If you run this setup, say a hx35 over a th3b or s400 based turbo, can you grow in the future without redoing all your piping? For example, if you were to go to a 62/71 later on? Sorry if this is a rookie question, but I'm still ridin my stock turbo, don't know a whole lot about the aftermarket ones.
If you have an s400 primary you can.
I have a friend who had the hx35/s400 kit, swapped to an s300 secondary with just a hotpipe change, then later went to an s480 primary all with the same Source piping. The s400 is nice because there are lots of options in that frame size. You're kind of limited with the ht3b.
 
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