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Old 10-20-2019, 04:44 PM   #892
2slofouru
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Originally Posted by vicious_fishes View Post
most of that kind of stuff is either cam profiles or a small restriction somewhere e.g a catted exhaust.

a 3576 has more than enough airflow to keep up.
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Agreed
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Originally Posted by vicious_fishes View Post
Yeah, I still remember the dyno plots from when dom & micah did the original destroker 2.35 holding full power (zero dropoff) to 9,000rpm with a gen 1 gtx3582 that iirc was a 0.82 hotside.

they also had 282 degree cams in it.


high rpm airflow is not the issue with a turbo this size, cam profile is. if you want high rpm power, you need some lumpy cams. s1's are the most "streetable" cam GSC make: https://www.power-division.com/subar...ake-camshafts/


throw some cranky cams in it and this thing would scream out to 8,000.

great info to know exactly what's possible RE: spool & peak power with a gen 2 3576 on an EJ though.
This is what I'm shooting for. I have the S2 cams and will have more than enough fuel. Although the exhaust will be 3" there won't be any restrictions sans resonator and large muffler. Can't do the trendy hood or side exit thing for my street car.
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