On3 Turbo Build Help

Discussion in '1994 - 1995 Specific Tech' started by lolls1, Jul 12, 2014.


  1. lolls1

    lolls1 New Member

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    No they do not. But I don't think there would be much difference other than it being taller. So maybe just add on another peace of plumbing to reach the top hat?
     
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    revhead347 I have face herpes.

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    I wouldn't jump to any purchases. I honestly don't think you'll make any signifigant more power with the 351 over the 302. Iron heads are too restrictive. You will spend a good deal of money on 351 swap parts, and then have to expend a great number of swear words making a 302 kit fit on a 351. My friend had a 302 ProTurbo kit replummed for a 351. It was a huge amount of work, and it looked all hacked up when it was done. He ended up spending a huge amount of time cleaning up all the welds, and then another $600 having it all recoated again aftewards. If you want a 351 with a turbo, but a kit for a 351.

    Kurt
     
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    Good point
     
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