Which turbo and trim do you use?




IG.

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Hello there 2002. I am double-oh-seven. LOL Not sure what do you mean by "trim". I've got Hahn Stage 1 kit, a complete sleeper - all hidden inside.
 
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Hello there 2002. I am double-oh-seven. LOL Not sure what do you mean by "trim". I've got Hahn Stage 1 kit, a complete sleeper - all hidden inside.
Nice to meet you agent. Lol. I was referring to compressor wheel and the exhaust a/r trims .48 .63 .86 etc. I have a ITS turbo kit(out of business) with most of of the parts hidden and a muffler. I need another turbo and am considering a garret dual bb turbo, so i could use some help with the trim.
 

Moparict

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I'm running a TO4E 50 Trim Stage II with a .48 exhaust housing. Spools up very fast and makes good power. I'm set up around 325hp at 16psi. It's been a good street strip turbo. I have no turbo lag.
 
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I'm running a TO4E 50 Trim Stage II with a .48 exhaust housing. Spools up very fast and makes good power. I'm set up around 325hp at 16psi. It's been a good street strip turbo. I have no turbo lag.
I was in between thr .48 or .63. Im leaning more towards the .48 now.
Is your turbo journal or bb? Thanks for the info!
 

Moparict

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It's a journal bearing turbo. With the modern technology, you won't find too much difference in spool rate between journal and bb. My turbo goes positive at 4K RPM's.
 
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Moparict is right. Im going for street/strip. Mostly a street turbo and the strip everynow and then. I talked to my tuner and he said he coul get a duall bb turbonetics that would start spool at 3600rpm and be in the mid to upper hp range for 1600 installed and tuned. I think thats an awsome deal.
 

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