I am buying a Htt ProStreet 66/71/16SS stainless turbo and am wondering if the 16 cm2 housing is appropriate or should I use a 14 cm2 housing....
I like what Desert has to say... :thumbsupDon't buy the II 65 3rd gen story
I have had 4 different turbos on my truck & for a single turbo application if you need more power then a 64 compressor can provide and quicker spool then a 65 wheel then you need twins speaking from first hand experience and $$ spent
BTW his mods will be plenty to push a single 66/71/16cm the TNT-r or 4.2 4.3 4.4 beta is plenty of programming ! the 66/71/16cm is just going to be doggy setup unless you like to boost launch at 15-20lbs minimum from a stop the 66/71/13 ss would be better but IMO still too big for a single on the street
the 64/65/13ss will give you about the best of all worlds in a single turbo on the street
with the 64/65/13ss if drive-pressure - spooling egts- or power is an issue YOU NEED TWINS
I don't like a hot egt , doggy - low end , slow spooling , big turbo on the street ( really not fun to drive at all ) now a big single on a drag truck or a dyno queen truck that is a very different story !