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Old 11-13-2012, 07:31 AM
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Looking to get some stage2 casserly's with a 38r and regulated return. Just wondering if i will need to upgrade my HPOP as well or if the stocker will keep up.Thanks.
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You need a HPOP..plus IMO a better turbo.
Plan on studs and VS's.
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You need a HPOP..plus IMO a better turbo.
Plan on studs and VS's.
Which turbo(s) do you recommend over the GTP38R?

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Modded H2e...

A 38r was designed as a replacement for stock split shots, it works great with stage 1's...after that get a better turbo.
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Modded H2e...

A 38r was designed as a replacement for stock split shots, it works great with stage 1's...after that get a better turbo.
When you say modded H2e does modded mean it can utilize the stock or bellowed up pipes and work with the stock turbo mount?

I always understood one nice thing about the 38R is it's ability to drop into the stock location. What all has to be changed when installing an H2e?

Thank you for the information.
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Old 11-13-2012, 10:59 AM
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38r is a direct replacement a H2e is not ..we have a complete kit available.

Wht stage 2's? you really need want 450HP...can't use it towing....but its fun.
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i would go either adrenaline, t500. or srp1.1 for the hpop.
well the 38r is 1300 and the h2e kit is like 2,600?
if you want stage two's you can get the 1.15 exhaust housing and it should be sufficient.
your gonna need a regulated return too. i dont remember if you wrote that or not lol
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A 38r is a throw-a-way turbo..H2e is bullet proof yes more $ but it will last, kit comes with bellowed uppipes etc..
Modded H2e has more air flow, opperates in its Map, QUITE and much less back pressure.
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i dont know if its throw away?
the stock turbos are less durable than a 38r and they last a long time?
the h2e would be more efficient.

edit: i realized later you meant throw away because its not as rebuildable. duh lol

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Cary nailed this one.
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