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Turbo Problems...

Hello Ladies and Gentlemen,
I have been having thoughts and alot of problems concerning my swap and Turbo supplier. I have at least 3 turbo companies contacting me and each one telling me something different. Now I have to choose which one to buy. here's the plan. Take a 302 engine block and stroke it to 347 C.I.D and put it in my Ranger and twin turbo it. I'm leaning towards STS but using a different location due to turbo lag. Please help me. I also have some photos of my exhaust set up that I'm using as we speak. please email me for the photos or tell me how I can post them on here. These were taken yesterday. 13 photos of the outside and Inside of my truck. here's my email: [email protected] .
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