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Old 07-30-2013, 06:57 PM
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Just got the new compressor wheels in for the Madmax turbo. The turbo will be based off the powermax, will be a completely new turbo no core needed. The compressor wheel measures 66mm/88ish with extended tips. There is more to the wheel then what it apprears, but not saying what, fact is not even saying the exducer size as of now. It is a flowing monster and hoping that the 10blade powermax turbine will be enough to spin the compressor effectively. I will be doing other things to the turbo to make it special. The wheels were custom made for me and I have exclusive contract with the supplier. No one has ever made this wheel in the size that I have VGT or Non VGT. I will be putting up 190cc injectors for development, when I can get those injectors to work then 175 will not be a problem. The main thing is a fast spooling turbo.

I don't have a problem sharing facts on turbines, yes Garrett won't sell their VGT wheels separately. I however have other plans going on that of course I will be the only one to access the options. Now that I have had shops trying to get into what I do, I will have to keep a lot of the things I have coming under wraps. I not have been hanging out not doing anything about it, I will be hard at it to make the better turbos that I have already built. Only difference is I won't be sharing the measurement of the parts I will be using. Thanks and I will keep everyone updated on the progress.
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YEAH!

Can't wait to blow the doors off my Buddies and their Goats

Keep it up and keep 'em guessing.


MaDmAx for the Win.


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YEAH!

Can't wait to blow the doors off my Buddies and their Goats

Keep it up and keep 'em guessing.


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Yours will be coming to you soon for testing Denny, thanks for standing by me, and have a lot more things coming to you.
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Agreed... can't wait to see what comes of this. As I want someone to rework my Pmax.
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News Alert.............. Tire Mfg's Support MTW!!!!


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Just got the new compressor wheels in for the Madmax turbo. The turbo will be based off the powermax, will be a completely new turbo no core needed. The compressor wheel measures 66mm/88ish with extended tips. There is more to the wheel then what it apprears, but not saying what, fact is not even saying the exducer size as of now. It is a flowing monster and hoping that the 10blade powermax turbine will be enough to spin the compressor effectively. I will be doing other things to the turbo to make it special. The wheels were custom made for me and I have exclusive contract with the supplier. No one has ever made this wheel in the size that I have VGT or Non VGT. I will be putting up 190cc injectors for development, when I can get those injectors to work then 175 will not be a problem. The main thing is a fast spooling turbo.

I don't have a problem sharing facts on turbines, yes Garrett won't sell their VGT wheels separately. I however have other plans going on that of course I will be the only one to access the options. Now that I have had shops trying to get into what I do, I will have to keep a lot of the things I have coming under wraps. I not have been hanging out not doing anything about it, I will be hard at it to make the better turbos that I have already built. Only difference is I won't be sharing the measurement of the parts I will be using. Thanks and I will keep everyone updated on the progress.
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Old 07-31-2013, 06:36 AM
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I'm quite curious about these. I have 175/30's, I'd definitely be willing to be a guinea pig. I'll call you shortly to talk more about details.

Also, what are you doing for tuning one of these? Did I understand that you already have one of these on a truck with 190's? I'd be very curious about spool up time and egt's and all...like everyone else on here, lol. Anyway, good luck Adrian. Glad to see continued innovation, hope it works out.
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how much will these flow? anywhere close to a billet 66/73/.83 or billet 66/73/.91?
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The question is going to be what turbine wheel to match up with this billet wheel. This should have no problem outflowing the 366 (depending on the turbine wheel used of course). However, between the options mentioned, I would say it should be around the 66/73/.83 one.
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Shoot I want to be a Guinea pig on this. My powermax is brand new, only been on a month! Just got a billet wheel last weekend. I'll let you cut on it!
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