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    Consistency of a turbo bracket car?

    I'm going to be building a bracket s10 for super pro and quick rod...I'm considering a turbo v6 To try something new but not sure how consistent it will be...any advice?

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    IMO nope not for brackets,especially late in the evening and dont have squat time for cool down.

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    thanks

    thanks man, thats kinda what i figured...probably just stick to a good ol' stroker...just seems like a turbo would be all over the place on the e.t. plus im sure itd be hard to set my delaybox to leave at the right rpm having to wait on that thing to spool up...

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    pro chargers arent to bad, Dan Davies owner of Diamond Race Car went to a pro charger this year, he runnered up or won in Atco 20's a month or so ago. Seems to be pretty consistent, like anything fuel, converter are a major factor.

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    never seen a consistent turbo car, fast yes, consistent, no.

    agree your best bet is a stroker 8)

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    Spool time staging would be the biggest issue I think to consistency. I don't think you would ever be at the same boost twice in a row. JMO

    Curtis


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