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Old 09-29-2009, 02:03 PM
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Default Turbo needed..

well i took off the S88 1.32ex turbo and threw on a GT42 74mm 1.15ex and what a diff drives way better and does not surge but i lost alot of power..
I am looking at getting a new turbo here are my picks
Gt42R 80mm
Y2k 80mm
ST80 t6
SX80 T6

I love the way the smaller turbo drives i can foot brake 3-5psi
I will set a goal of 850rwhp max but will prob run around 700rwhp seeing my car got weighed in @2691 w/ my fat *** in it lol.. i would say a full race weight will be 2750lbs and i have a goal of 9.50's
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car is setup with 5" dp and 60mm wastgate
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im going for the 42r .. you will benefit from the BB setup on a car so light not making as much load, and I don't see a need for a t6 on a 80mm 348, seems like it would hurt your spool time to much.
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The car is set up right now with a 1.15 T6 housing. Non bb gt42 74/76mm not sure lol make instant boost i would not be surprised to make 15+psi on the 2 step/ trans brake.
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Originally Posted by BoostnTBSS View Post
The car is set up right now with a 1.15 T6 housing. Non bb gt42 74/76mm not sure lol make instant boost i would not be surprised to make 15+psi on the 2 step/ trans brake.
Ohh, dont get me wrong never said it wouldn't work, just think it could work better. There are lots of ppl on here that know more than me, but for what you said power wise your goal was, I think it could be done with a smaller turbo, save some money and maybe even get there a little faster.
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any idea why you were surging?
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At that weight you could use a p trim 76 and still run 9.50's....

An sx80......itll go 8.50's....
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ST80 with a T6 1.10A/R would be more then enough.
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Go away asshat. Maziro1184


The ST80 would do the job like Dr. Turbo said. That guy knows his stuff.
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i vote YSK because they are badass
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Originally Posted by MelScrilla View Post
i vote YSK because they are badass

I have a spare Y2k 82mm with .96 ex coming off our Gn it just dosent spool like we thought.. the St 80mm looks like it wins and also my DP will not have to be changed
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