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Old 10-05-2012, 07:18 PM   #11
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Old 10-05-2012, 07:20 PM   #12
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^^^^ yeah I been looking on dsm tuners that It spool like 3500ish on the 2.0s mine is a 2.3 so it will spool faster and I look also that it flows 52lb/min so it dOes flows like a 50 trim or 20g
A 50 trim what? Trims are worthless with out other information about the turbo.

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well if it works for dsm guys (what is the compression on a stock 4g63 anyways?) it should work really well with my svtf's stock compression whic is in the 10's iirc
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well if it works for dsm guys (what is the compression on a stock 4g63 anyways?) it should work really well with my svtf's stock compression whic is in the 10's iirc
6 bolts are just a tad over 8:1 and 7 bolts are 8.7:1 i think. High compression is considered 9.5:1 which is stock compression with the non turbo 2.4.
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so i should have literally no trouble making it spool. this is looking more and more promising.
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so i should have literally no trouble making it spool. this is looking more and more promising.
Id think it would come up around 3-3.5k depending on the housing, manifold and tune.
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Old 10-05-2012, 08:55 PM   #17
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Well ok it does out flow a 20g so I'm gonna go with it I think I'm gonna be able to make good numbers with this turbo



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A 50 trim what? Trims are worthless with out other information about the turbo.

Mistu turbo flow rates:
14b = 30 lb/min
16g = 34lb/min
Big 16g = 36lb/min
18g = 40lb/min
EVO III Big 16g = 42lb/min
20g = 44lb/min
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you and me both. best part is you can find them with anti-surge inlets and v band flange hotside exits. basicly people go nuts over now. andthey were on diesel trucks in teh 90's .
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Yeah I found two here in ep one for 250 and the other one for 300 one it has the antisurge housing the other does not lol they came on the cummins rams :s lol





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you and me both. best part is you can find them with anti-surge inlets and v band flange hotside exits. basicly people go nuts over now. andthey were on diesel trucks in teh 90's .
Welcome to a stock Holset.

Tip, if youre going Holset vband, buy a new one for a Holset or, get one with the downpipe/vband clamp. It is not a standard Vband.
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