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Old 10-07-2011, 18:48   #31
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You will need the E9 core assembly too, as the E9 comp cover will not fit on an E8 unit.
Bugger, thought they might be the same. Never mind will have to go to plan B.

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Old 10-07-2011, 18:50   #32
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Bugger, thought they might be the same. Never mind will have to go to plan B.

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TTS214 has the same flow rate as the S205, it's just better on a stroker due to the nature of the cutback turbine wheel.
The Billet versions should flow approx 56-57lb/min.

TTS204 is approx 42lb/min
TTS209 is approx 45lb/min

As an aside, an interesting fact to note is that the BBK-B despite it's supposed higher flow rate isn't quite matching the S205s figures as yet.
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couple more to add to the list. Borgwarner 300sx 83-75 68lb/min and 300sx 88-75 75lb/min

edit to add: also looks like your 3071 figures are out. gt3071 should be 50 lb/min and the gtx3071 is 56lb/min
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Bugger, thought they might be the same. Never mind will have to go to plan B.

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Keep me posted on your plan B Martyn, I would be very interested with regard to an upgrade of my HRA MR unit
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Ok, so what is a T04Z? Supposedly that's what my car has, but I'm also told it's actually a Precision Turbo 6x6x.
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Ok, so what is a T04Z? Supposedly that's what my car has, but I'm also told it's actually a Precision Turbo 6x6x.
http://www.hksusa.com/products/?id=1993

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I'd guess a pte6765 but i guess only Norris knows for sure!
oh btw yours is billet "t0z"
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flow

fp green and white-same flow- surely not?

got any figs for the original fp red non hta?[mostly lying gubbed on workshop floors now...]
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couple more to add to the list. Borgwarner 300sx 83-75 68lb/min and 300sx 88-75 75lb/min

edit to add: also looks like your 3071 figures are out. gt3071 should be 50 lb/min and the gtx3071 is 56lb/min
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fp green and white-same flow- surely not?

got any figs for the original fp red non hta?[mostly lying gubbed on workshop floors now...]
Its the gen 1 FP green and the new white that seam to have a similar flow rate. Was there a Non hta FP Red, I remember reading a thread that suggested that there has only been 1 gen of FP Red.
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I'd guess a pte6765 but i guess only Norris knows for sure!
oh btw yours is billet "t0z"
Yes, mine does have a few "extras" But it's not really a T04Z - whatever one of those truly is
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Its the gen 1 FP green and the new white that seam to have a similar flow rate. Was there a Non hta FP Red, I remember reading a thread that suggested that there has only been 1 gen of FP Red.[/QUOTE]

it may be academic as most of the first reds are wearing out but i"m sure there are non hta reds

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it may be academic as most of the first reds are wearing out but i"m sure there are non hta reds

very good thread
To my knowledge the FP Red was released with HTA billet compressor wheel.
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Just another Borg Warner to add to the list, efr 9180, 94 lb/min
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Just another Borg Warner to add to the list, efr 9180, 94 lb/min
Added, Thanks for the input.
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