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I thought about the VAT also. Historically managing them was out to the abilities of most. I do not know if that has changed. This is the only way to reach the goal of low rpm full boost and carrying 8k I suspect.

As to the hot side I was referring the the turbine, not the tube size. If it spools at low rpm it will make a lot of back pressure up top. With the cams you will need to carry 8k this should be an issue. Talk to your cam builder.

Trying to reach boost by 3k and pull to 8k is a sizable task.

Did SW know you are going w a turbo on you R case? We are talking a lot more heat and potently expansion. Having said that there has been one builder I read about the built a 2.7 twin turbo he used to drag race that made big HP w/o a problem. Road Racing might be different.

Best of luck and look forward to the project.
Pat Williams Racing - Porsche 2 1 litre twin turbo dyno run - DragTimes.com
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