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Is there any sort of advantage to a t3 kit with a gtx3076 or 6262 turbo, if i want to stay under or around 500 awhp or is the easier path, upgrading to a red/black or ball bearing red/black a better $/performance choice?
 

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well i have a ets t3 twinscroll turbo kit
the twinscroll kit i have.. has the advantages to spool slightly quicker than a standared t3 setup..
i had the red and loved it. also got a black for sale =) lmk
 

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Advantage could be less heat and boost on a T3, but I think spool and ease of a stock frame wins for moderate power levels.
 

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Advantage could be less heat and boost on a T3, but I think spool and ease of a stock frame wins for moderate power levels.
:+1: For any street car that sees daily driving, a stock frame always wins. No T3 kit can make more torque in the 2k-4.5k range than a stock frame (lag you would feel on the street). And if you're staying below 500hp / stock block, the advantages of a T3 wouldn't really come into play.
 

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i always go back and forth on this on what would be better for me...the only thing i am afraid by going stock frame is wanting more and having to eventually move to a T3 set up anyway. I want to get the set right the first time...which is not that easy always
 

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Just make sure you know exactly what you want before you proceed with your quest for more power. I'm the type of person that always wants more power :)

I have seen quite a few posts from people wishing they would have just went T3 from the get go.

I don't recall ever seeing a post from someone wishing they went with a stock frame instead of a T3.

Just some food for thought. Good luck!
R~
 
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