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[QUOTE=RarlyL8;5500065]Sounds like your car has crazy potential Kris. The world changes for these engines once you pass ~500WHP. Header design must follow the build parameters ...
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Absolutely- thats why I overbuilt the car is so that in the future I could crank the boost up on race gas- 1.5" and 1.625 are perfect for 350-450 horse but the thing was is I wanted to make much bigger numbers. If I could go back and do it all over- I likely would have toned it down a little and kept a t/3 flange setup and stayed with 1.625" primaries- just would have been easier to get the pump gas numbers I was looking for and forget the pie in the sky numbers.

jim2- my car has a 993TT crank and stock length Pauter rods with 98mm pistons- so it is a 3450~ish displacement, so almost a 3.5 liter- if you are looking for a big single for your 3.6- I recommend a 4094 with a billet wheel. If you want more, a 42R with a billet wheel can likely spool as fast as my 4094 with the normal wheel and flow over 1000 horse.
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