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limits of the pro charger?

I found a Garrett pro charger p1sc and I was wondering what the limits if it are it's used I'm going to check it out before I but it anything I should look for? It's only the sc what else would I need besides a tune and injectors? I want to keep it tuned pretty low until I build a motor for it.

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I'm not positive on the particulars, but a P1 should be able to make at least 500rw with the right pulley and everything else (heat exchanger, fuel mods etc).



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