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Old 15-03-2014, 18:49   #31
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Old 16-03-2014, 03:55   #32
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I found a turbo on an evo that's not on the list today.. Tried to figure out what model of car it came off of.

the numbers are: 49178-01580. That indicates that it's a TME RS turbo BUT it also says: TD05HRA-16G6-9.8.. and that turbo doesn't "exists" according to the list. Someone shed some light on this please?

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Old 16-03-2014, 08:50   #33
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Going by the titanium turbine wheel and 9.8 hotside, my guess is an RS turbo from either a 7 or 8.
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Old 23-01-2015, 05:17   #34
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Just after a little help.
I'm after a replacement exhaust housing for my 80 series and wondering if a housing from a different turbo would fit? If so, which one/ones?
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Mine is not also in the list and wonder if its really from e5 engine.
49178-01520
TD05HR-16G6-10.5T


can someone confirm on what engine this turbo came off?
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Old 05-10-2015, 19:55   #36
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Sorry if this has been covered before but does anyone know why Mitsubishi moved away from the 10.5 hotside on Evo vii and viii and then back to it on the viii mr and beyond?
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Sorry if this has been covered before but does anyone know why Mitsubishi moved away from the 10.5 hotside on Evo vii and viii and then back to it on the viii mr and beyond?
From memory the stated purpose of dropping to the 9.8T hotside was to increase the response of the turbo (less lag, lower boost threshold) and the move back to the 10.5T was to increase top end power.

If you read the official brochures (you can download from the MLR homepage) for the Evo VII and VIII MR I'm sure they'll have some explanations there about the changes to the turbos and why.
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I found a turbo on an evo that's not on the list today.. Tried to figure out what model of car it came off of.

the numbers are: 49178-01580. That indicates that it's a TME RS turbo BUT it also says: TD05HRA-16G6-9.8.. and that turbo doesn't "exists" according to the list. Someone shed some light on this please?

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It's what I just had fitted to my VI GSR - It's a VII RS turbo. Spools earlier than the Original and seems a lot smoother power curve.
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So on looking at this, is the turbo on the VI the same as an 8MR?

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Later MR turbo had the single flapper hot side also

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Later MR turbo had the single flapper hot side also

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I had heard that - thanks for confirming
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I have an Evo 8 MR RS owen BB core turbo with single flapper

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I've been told that my turbo on my 8MR is actually an Evo 6 turbo. The actuator gave it away!

I've got a OD 80 Series bb core one for mine also waiting to go on . Interested to see how the car drives once mapped, not expecting a great difference but still looking forward!

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Spool will improve and response

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I found once I fitted my VII Stubby (along with an HKS hardpipe induction and the ralliart intercooler pipes) the throttle response was improved even more than standard (it's brilliant anyway compared to most cars) and the power delivery was smoother over all. Oh and spooled up approx 250-500prm earlier but runs out of puff by the same margin. No bad thing not over-revving the engine imo.
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