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Old 02-05-2011, 10:52   #1
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Turbo Flow Rate - Infomation Thread

Hi Guys, This may have been done before but can't find any threads so thought I would post my own. I have been searching for a turbo suitable for my built for the past few weeks, in my search I have gathered flow rate info on a lot of turbos ranging from standard to 1000bhp capable. There may be a few missing and some info may need changing but feel free to add and correct. After all input I would like to have a full list of turbo's and flow rates to help anybody who is trying to decide on a turbo.

TD05 16G..................38lb/min
E9 71........................41lb/min
TT S204....................42lb/min
E9 80.......................44lb/min
TT S209....................45lb/min
FP White...................47lb/min
FP Green Gen 1..........47lb/min
BBK Lite....................47lb/min
Tomei ARMS..............48lb/min
GT3071R...................50lb/min
BBK Full....................51lb/min
GTII HKS 7460R..........51lb/min
Blouch D2..................52 lbs/min
TT S205....................53lb/min
TT S214....................53lb/min
FP Green 73HTA.........54lb/min
GT3076R...................54lb/min
Evo-760XTR...............55lb/min
GTX3071R.................56lb/min
TT S205b..................56lb/min
TT S214b..................56lb/min
BBK-B.......................57lb/min
PT 5857....................57lb/min
FP HTA 3076..............59lb/min
FP Red HTA................60lb/min
Borg EFR 7670............64lb/min
GTX3076R.................65lb/min
GTX3576R.................65lb/min
GT3582R...................67lb/min
FP Black 82HTA..........68lb/min
Borg 300sx 8375........ 68lb/min
GT4088R...................72lb/min
GTX3582R.................73lb/min
PT 6262....................74lb/min
GT3788R...................75lb/min
FP HTA 3582.............75lb/min
FP HTA 3586.............75lb/min
TO4Z.......................75lb/min
GT4067R...................75lb/min
Borg 300sx 8875.........75lb/min
Borg EFR 8374............79lb/min
GT4094R...................80lb/min
Borg S366R................80lb/min
GT4294R...................85lb/min
PT6466 CEA...............90lb/min
PT6766 CEA...............93lb/min
Borg EFR 9180............94lb/min
GT4202R...................95lb/min
FP4205 HTA...............115lb/min

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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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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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Thanks for the missing info. I will probably get the S214 billet when its out. Keep us updated with release dates and when in stock.
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flow rates dont matter unless you have set up to make turbo flow but good read
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flow rates dont matter unless you have set up to make turbo flow but good read
The flow rate is and indication as to what the turbo is capable of all other supporting mods must be consider to make it work most effectively.
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The flow rate is and indication as to what the turbo is capable of all other supporting mods must be consider to make it work most effectively.
agreed id remove efrs as there still unproven and not on market
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I was told these 2 turbos are the same?

GT850R.....................68lb/min
PT 6262....................74lb/min

Obviously not based on that?
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I was told these 2 turbos are the same?

GT850R.....................68lb/min
PT 6262....................74lb/min

Obviously not based on that?
They could be the same but these are the figures I got from the relevant sites and tuners. I'll have another look to confirm.
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is the fp white better then the tts209 as the fp is £1000 and the s209 is £1200 ?
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is the fp white better then the tts209 as the fp is £1000 and the s209 is £1200 ?
I wouldn't say better but the white will flow more air. If you you are looking for a turbo you need to decide what power your aiming for then research the 3 or 4 turbos that will suit your application looking at dyno graphs, reliability, cost, availability etc etc. You cannot say one is better than another by looking at flow alone it only gives a rough indication of the turbo's potential.
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Kenny to my knowledge there is no such turbo as a gt850r. The GT acronym is usually for Garrett Turbo stuff.

AMS did have a turbo kit called the GT850r

The turbo it uses is actually a Precision Turbo PT6262

http://www.precisionturbo.net/Street...PT6262-CEA/245
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Although relatively unknown here in the UK, Precision Turbo's are massive in the US and there aftermarket turbos are a popular choice for many tuners turbo kits like AMS and Underground Racing for example.


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GT850R.....................68lb/min
PT 6262....................74lb/min

Obviously not based on that?

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Kenny to my knowledge there is no such turbo as a gt850r. The GT acronym is usually for Garrett Turbo stuff.

AMS did have a turbo kit called the GT850r

The turbo it uses is actually a Precision Turbo PT6262

http://www.precisionturbo.net/Street...PT6262-CEA/245
This puppy

Although relatively unknown here in the UK, Precision Turbo's are massive in the US and there aftermarket turbos are a popular choice for many tuners turbo kits like AMS and Underground Racing for example.
I assume then that the GT750R, 850, 900 and the 950 are AMS turbo kits that use a precision turbos?
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is the fp white better then the tts209 as the fp is £1000 and the s209 is £1200 ?
TTS209 was £950+ vat at last check and is very similar to the FP White. Essentially they are both upgraded Evo 9 units but I haven't actually seen any Whites in the flesh to evaluate them properly.
We have seen the S209 produce up to 450bhp on our dyno and I have seen people report up to 470bhp.

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Yes I think so Keith. I'm not sure why there are contradicting figures if this is the case.

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I assume then that the GT750R, 850, 900 and the 950 are AMS turbo kits that use a precision turbos?
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