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    Any forum vendors sell T4 exhaust housings in .68, or .82 for a gt35r?

    Just wondering since it seems like I will be swapping out my spa t3, and going with a boost logic manifold. Click here to enlarge
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    I can get you one. PM me

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    Just another one I thought I would mention but don't know if they do, Precision Sport.

    As you can tell, we are thin on E36 vendors.
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    I'm now debating if I should go with a t4. Here is a dyno sheet of a t3 hta3586 turbo mounted on a Trm kit which uses the spa t3 manifold.[IMG]file:///C:/Users/HPUSER%7E1/AppData/Local/Temp/moz-screenshot-4.png[/IMG]

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    You want a bad ass turbo. Go with Garrett's GTX line. I'll post more info up soon.

    Not to knock on anyone elses opinion. But if I were anyone looking for a turbo I would stay away from precision. I used to be a Garrett direct distributor. So Garrett turbos I know pretty well. And I have seen precision one blow and twist their center shaft. They do not use Garrett parts anymore despite popular belief.



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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Steve@SSP Click here to enlarge
    You want a bad ass turbo. Go with Garrett's GTX line. I'll post more info up soon.

    Not to knock on anyone elses opinion. But if I were anyone looking for a turbo I would stay away from precision. I used to be a Garrett direct distributor. So Garrett turbos I know pretty well. And I have seen precision one blow and twist their center shaft. They do not use Garrett parts anymore despite popular belief.



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    Have you looked into these turbo's http://store.forcedperformance.net/m..._Code=Turbo-FP
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    I have. HTA swaps are just billet wheels that replace the cast ones. It has been proven that the billet wheel of the same design will not add to the final number. In other words there is no significant change in performance.

    Garrett's new wheel is billet yes, but it is a completely redesigned wheel. Going from 14 fins to 11 providing less resistance to the air thus gaining more airflow. The turbo can move more air with less power. So less boost to make the same power as the original wheel.

    I recently had a customer that put the new GTX3076R on their customers ford focus making 613whp on a slipping clutch running 20psi.



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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Steve@SSP Click here to enlarge
    I have. HTA swaps are just billet wheels that replace the cast ones. It has been proven that the billet wheel of the same design will not add to the final number. In other words there is no significant change in performance.

    Garrett's new wheel is billet yes, but it is a completely redesigned wheel. Going from 14 fins to 11 providing less resistance to the air thus gaining more airflow. The turbo can move more air with less power. So less boost to make the same power as the original wheel.

    I recently had a customer that put the new GTX3076R on their customers ford focus making 613whp on a slipping clutch running 20psi.



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    What kind of motor was that on?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    What kind of motor was that on?
    It was on the ford focus 2.2l zetec motor.



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    35 psi I stand corrected. Running e85 as well.



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    Was this on a t3, or t4?
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