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    Need advice for next step

    Hey guys, I'm about to deploy overseas for 6 months and make some good cash. I'm planning on spending approx. $4500-5500 when I get back. I am stuck between Turbo with STS or APS or maybe blower or of course N/A. I already have Forged 347 ci. LS1. Wiseco forged pistons, Ported and polished heads ( CFM @ 28"-intake-244.45, exhaust-190.21) Comp Cams 222/224-566/568 @ 112 lsa. Comp Cams magnum chromenoly pushrods, Comp Cams 918 beehive valve springs, Engine block hone of .005, forged Eagle 6.125 rods with ARP 2000 bolts, Clevite main and cam bearings, TSP ported LS6 oil pump, Hexagon timing set, Hooker longtube headers, custom 3'' y-pipe exaust, Fuddle 3400 lockup torque converter. Along with a completely built 4L60e tranny. WIth what I have already and my estimated spending limit, what do you guys think would be a better decision?

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    If your fuel system is up to it get a aps turbo system. I have heard many bad things about sts turbos.

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    Yeah, upgrade your fuel system and get a blower or the aps, don't bother with the sts.

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