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Old 08-04-2010, 05:50 PM
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High HP Turbos, H2E S400?

Just doing some research on my 500HP Build, Came across a 71mm B&W S400 Turbo, is this a bolt up turbo with comparable power to the H2E? Any other options, I'm not thrilled about the $2400 price tag on the H2E even though it may be worth it. Thanks, Pete
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The S400 is not a drop in turbo, it will require the same mount kit as the H2E, which is where most of the expense of the H2E comes in. If you are diligent on Ebay and Craigslist I have found a couple H2E's for under $200.
The cheapest mount kits I have seen are here.

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Whats a better turbo?
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check the specs on both, i.e cfm compresser wheel size turbine size and what not...
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Whats a better turbo?
That all depends on your injector size... If you plan on running one with a T4 flange, check out murffracing.com. He makes some darn good uppies and mount kits.
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Better turbo....Modded H2e. We have them, can also mod yours..

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