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Old 03-10-2011, 12:03 AM
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Default HX52 over HX35 :) 750hp doable ? streetable ?

Ok, so now i've got the HX52 in house...

i will be running it over the HX35 stocker...


i've got a few questions...

this is my "idea" of this setup...

SDX 5x12 injectors

191 DVs ?

4k GSK

60lbs Valvesprings

keeo my custom #0 plate and tweak the AFC better...

where should this get me hp wise ?? will i have to have that pump benched to get over 600hp ??

bear in mind my pump is a 230...

I'm hoping for 700-750ish hp, but anything over 500 will make me very happy

maybe trade these 5x12 for 5x14 ?

5x12 more streetable...? and recommendations on the DVs please :P
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5x12's are no more streetable than a good set of 5x14's, and I can't remember the numbers on a hx52, but I'm pretty sure you are going to want a lot more fuel to help spool it. I'd go with 5x.016's at the least, throw away that fuel play, rack plug, and do all the AFC mods. For DV's, stock will be fine for 600 hp, but if you really want the little extra, I'd throw a set of 022 or 024 in.

If anything is holding you back, it will be the hx35. I think that little guy is capable of maybe 650 on a well tuned set of twins.
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What size of wheels are in the HX52? If it is similar to my S400, it is very, VERY streetable. I'm running a S400/HX35, and have ZERO complaints about it so far.
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I think a 52 is 75 or 77mm?
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Thats what my S400 has in it for wheels. Exh housing is a 1.32 or 1.34 A/R.
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67/71-16 T4
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Old 03-10-2011, 11:17 AM
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the inducer is 74mm on the HX52... wich one should i wastegate ??? HX35 or HX52 ?
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So where would one find all the pieces for said kit your are building, the hx50 over an hx35 or a s400
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If the inducer is 74mm you are either measuring it wrong, or you do not have an HX52. There is such a thing as a Pro 52, but it has a 71mm inducer.
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Old 03-10-2011, 09:16 PM
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i must be measuring it wrong but you will be able to find a HX52 in a 10 or 12 liter VOLVO applications !
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