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post #1 of 11 Old 09-16-2009, 06:23 PM Thread Starter
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opinion on turbos please.

mods are in sig, my 38r with 1.00 housing is to small cause i cant clear all the smoke and these sticks are just to big for it anways. i dont think a 1.15 housing will do the good im looking for either unless someone has some imput on that. i know there is k31? modded h2e seems to be everyones choice i guess. just some imput or something. got the money to spend on something good but dont wanna do it twice.

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80mm lol lag on that would be terrible. Just put another turbo on.

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anyone else? and where did u get 80mm turbo from?

2000 PSD CC 4x4 Long bed
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250cc hybrid single shots
fuel system with no bowl and RR
h11 studs, rods, and 910 valve springs
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Phantom II gauges: EGT, Boost, Fuel, and Trans
BTS tranny and a 38r that cant keep up
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80mm lol lag on that would be terrible. Just put another turbo on.
i think your confused lol

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i second the modded h2e, its a great turbo.

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I have the same injectors that you have..

I went with a Garrett GT4294 turbo. I absolutely love it.. Spools very close to my 38R on the bottom end, but way more up top!

I have hit 55 psi so far, but haven't had it in my hottest tune. I also recently dyno'ed 561 HP..

The GT4294 is a 70.3 mm on the intake side and 94mm on the exhaust side just FYI. I know of about 5 others who also run this turbo and love it as well.


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are u running the 1.15 housing on it?

2000 PSD CC 4x4 Long bed
12 inches of lift with 40's on 20's.
250cc hybrid single shots
fuel system with no bowl and RR
h11 studs, rods, and 910 valve springs
4:56 gears front and rear
Phantom II gauges: EGT, Boost, Fuel, and Trans
BTS tranny and a 38r that cant keep up
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are u running the 1.15 housing on it?
No.. my GT4294 has a 1.01 housing on it.

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u run water or nos with it? my 38r cant put enough air to keep it cool and just wonderin if this turbo with that housing keeps ur egt's tolerable. i can peg 1600 before 55-60.

2000 PSD CC 4x4 Long bed
12 inches of lift with 40's on 20's.
250cc hybrid single shots
fuel system with no bowl and RR
h11 studs, rods, and 910 valve springs
4:56 gears front and rear
Phantom II gauges: EGT, Boost, Fuel, and Trans
BTS tranny and a 38r that cant keep up
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