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Safe Boost Level?


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Hey guy's, iv got a 92 R32 Gts-t and a few months ago my engine blew, so I got a reco RB20 with 103,000 on it, very clean and also changed from the stock turbo to a T3/T4 Highflow with r33 exhaust manifold, I'm gonna start doing some upgrades like, front mount, bigger fuel pump, wolf3D ecu, GTR injectors and I just wanna know what you guys think a safe boost level it would be to run on the rb20 because I really don't wanna blow this one aswell lol, but I also want some power maybe 190rwkw if lucky!

Would love some feedback on what to do! :)

Thanks.

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Get a nistune, a fuel pump and injectors before u start driving it.

What happened to the last engine exactly?

Depending how safe the tune is u could run 16 psi. Some people run more.

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Yeah. I'm gonna do all that asap!

the head-gasket went and there was 4ltrs of water in my engine block, so not really sure what the previous owner did with the car but it wasn't good!

the current engine i have in my car is very clean, had all the checks done, everything changed to new when i got it put in,

so should be able to run the power.. not sure how much the T3/T4 highflow can run though?

just don't wanna blow this engine with running to much power! haha

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