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The efficiency of a GT35R would be greater at 1.0bar than that of a GT30R. If you are aiming for over 450+HP (at the wheels) later on, the GT35R will support that and be efficient at those levels, providing you have the fuel delivery and better intercooling to match those power levels. That's where EFI will shine. With EFI and your heads match ported to a Carerra EFI manifold, you can extract some serious HP. Juan's blown 3.2 Carrera made over 600+ HP at the wheels with a seriously big turbo, GT2-EVO CAMs, 930 P&C's etc etc...

I know you want 375HP now, but trust me, HP is very addictive and you will want more and more
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