Are you going to do a pull through or boost the carb?
You gotta pressurize the floats for the carb to if its not a pull through or it wont fuel up when you boost.
Really any turbocharged car you can grab the turbo off of. Mitsubishi Eclipse's and the Chrysler New Yorkers had turbo's. The Chrysler turbo's are very small, they will spool up very quickly, like say peak boost at 2000 rpm or less. Great for a daily driver, but not so much for absolute power. They will do 14 psi unregulated, but will have problems holding a steady ten, seven will be fine. The mitsu ones are probably going to be a great size. Spool up quick, with your peak being at about 3500. They will do seven all day long and love it.
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