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JFairman JFairman is offline
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Yeah you probably would like the 7006 out on Texas country roads and highways. The HFS is a good all around turbo for street use that bolts on with few modifications and it has much more top end power than a standard K27 7200 because it has the bigger cold side Holset compressor wheel and bigger housing to fit over it.

The K27 7006 has more midrange turbo lag than the 7200 or HFS and comes on boost around 300 - 400 rpm higher than the HFS but it makes more top end horsepower than the HFS because of the bigger hot side housing and exhaust turbine wheel that reduces exhaust backpressure in the headers before the turbo letting the engine breathe or pump out exhaust gasses easier and better.

Some people would like the 7200 more for all around street use and others might like the 7006 more for highway, open country roads, or track use.
I'd like to try a Garrett GT35R and see how I like it.
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