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Old 03-17-2009, 04:59 PM   #10
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Looking at the GT35's compressor map I think it'll flow at that rate while staying at 77 -75% efficiency. If Flow is what you're worried about at 400 crank HP the GT35r is just getting started.

I'd go with the GT35 over the 28. I read of some M20 guys making the switch and never looking back.

EDIT: and to add since your're gonna run a MLS and ARP studs you can push more than 9 - 10psi and still be very safe, that is if you have a very good tune and fuel/spark timing all nailed down.
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