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Turbo thoughts?

I'm finally saved up to get rid of the stocker and throw some more air at the 175\30's. I have a leaky up pipe so I will need to change that as well. I had been thinking of going with MTW's hybrid for awhile but lately have been leaning towards a non vgt setup.
Ford 6.0L S300 Turbocharger Kit

How do you think this kit would spool in a s362\68\.91? My concern is the looser .91 housing with the 175 and 30% nozzles. maybe the .88 or the .83? I tow occasionaly but mostly its just my DD for work on the street and I want something that will spool quickly. Thanks

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I would suggest looking into the non-VGT turbos also. I've been checking into it myself.

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I just bought a Hybrid myself, haven't had the time to get it installed yet though. I can't wait to put it on.

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