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Old 11-19-2007, 05:21 PM
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turbocharger?

ok so when i get my b20a5 egine i want to turbo it what do you think turbo to make the best power for are engines
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since theres no bolt-on kits, your gonna need a custom manifold, downpipe, and intercooler piping.
how much power are you looking to make?
and what will you be using the car for; daily driver, drag car, autocrossing, etc etc.
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well i want to to get enough power to destroy wrxsand 5th gens and cars that think they are fast you know so a really good amount of power
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from what a lot of people have said, no more then about 7psi for stock internals. But then again more people have told me no thats not right you can go up to 10psi with stock internals.
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their is also a place in toledo ohio, i think pure tuners or something like that they make custom manifolds for our cars
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I ran 7psi on my first setup and that was with a modified b18 tune using uberdata. I now am using crome.
My first setup was a t25 from old school 300zx and an "under the hood" intercooler that would heat soak after a couple runs. The t25 pulled hard and I highly recommend it for moderate power on a stock setup. I did have to make custom flanges, downpipe, etc.
Just to give you an idea I ran even with a mid to late 90's stang gt. and was all over an mr2 turbo until the top of 3rd at which point he started pulling away somewhat. They aren't anything special but I feel my lude was quick considering it was a ghetto tune with no wideband. I have no idea what my afr's were during that turbo setup. I ran it like that for 5,000 miles and loved it all.
I'm pouring more love in this current setup. It should be a blast.
If you are running the stock block then no more than 10psi if tuned PROPERLY. Some get away with 12 but I like a margin of error.
A t3 will work nicely also. I'd recommend a .60/.63. My t25 was a .42/.48 and at higher boost levels I suspect it would have choked a bit.
I have a ton of personal projects to attend to once I finish a turbo manifold for a gentleman. If and when things simmer down I may take orders for manifolds.
Once I have time to tune my lude I will post the crome map for all of you to use/modify/learn from.
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