That's music to my ears. Seriously. I love the confirmation from the guys on here that better understand the lbs/min and the timing/octane parameters and such.600whp would be a very reasonable goal with g series turbos.
If you aren't planning on you should be looking into using the oem electric gates with those turbos.
Going to mechanical mean shutting off most of what makes the EcoBoost strategy. It can be done, we did it on the raptor but I don't recommend it.
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I don't think you were around when my build started, but I spared no expense on the individual components chosen for the longblock. Or let's just say as long as the component choices lent itself to longer-life and smoooooother power production, I never said no to Ryan. And although he never thought that I would wait this long, I'm certain he would agree that the G-series delay has benefitted the build substantially.
So, if you are right and 600 RWHP is possible on pump gas, then I am more and more convinced that the ORIGINAL plan/strategy is still obtainable. An unstressed, smoooooth refined 500-550 RWHP on a block/heads/valvetrain that works together like a timepiece.
Or as I originally described, a BMW X5M in pickup truck format. But unlike the X5M, hooked up to an RV and heading to the best sunsets.
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