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Old 01-13-2020, 10:59 AM
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I guess I'm leaning towards ordering a 364.5 unless someone comes in with new info. Would love to see a dyno comparison between the 2.
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I guess I'm leaning towards ordering a 364.5 unless someone comes in with new info. Would love to see a dyno comparison between the 2.
I’d call the guys at KC turbos they should have comparative data I’m thinking. Thought there was a post on here about both turbos on same truck for dyno data and real world towing anecdotal info. Will be interested in what you experience Freddie, keep us posted. For now I’ve just rebuilt my stoker with KC internals (their exhaust wheel, shaft 360 bearing kit and 1.0 A/R) and think it was a billet 6x6 intake wheel from Clay at RiffRaff. With newly installed FFD205/30s and Jelibuilt files spools up quick, will be interesting to see how long it can take it. I’m guessing I’ll be chewing on similar issue so will be good to know how you make out.
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Thank you for the input. I called and talked it over with Irate also, and they too suggested the 364.5 so I ordered one.
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Thank you for the input. I called and talked it over with Irate also, and they too suggested the 364.5 so I ordered one.


Did you get the big one or little one?
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Old 01-15-2020, 12:54 PM
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I got the 364.5/74/.91
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The 364.5 is a great turbo for most normal uses. FWIW, the little one is more responsive and drives great with small injectors.
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