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Old 03-08-2019, 21:24   #1
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Hybrid 80 Series, MHI Billet IX Upgrade or FP Red...

Hi there guys,

So I'm in the middle of forging my engine. H beams, 272 Kelfords, Manley springs and retainers, 1000cc injectors, port matched and polished standard manifold and Skunk2 throttle body etc

The car already had and I will be reusing the JFM Tubular manifold and Blitz nurspec exhaust with a testpipe fitted.

I was wondering what turbo with the right supporting mods would spool as close to stock like response and not drop off top end but would be good for 450-500hp.

I've been reading up on the FP Red's and the MHI Billet Upgrade turbos and also Turbo Dynamics Stage 4 80 series. Now, the 80 series from Turbo dynamics is the cheapest option.

Also, if I went for the MHI Billet turbo as thats the one that I'm leaning towards at the moment, would it be benificial to go for the ball bearing upgrade?

Car will mainly be used for fast road and spirited driving.

Many thanks!
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Old 03-08-2019, 21:41   #2
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HKS 7460r or an fp71 bb do between 460/470 bhp the Rossport turbo will do over 500 bhp but it depends if you want to go for say a 80 series stage 4 would im guessing be 1k or so cheaper , its a dilemma .
Im looking to do the same at some point I think I would have to bite the bullet and spend the extra for th
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HKS 7460r or an fp71 bb

Im looking to do the same at some point I think I would have to bite the bullet and spend the extra for th
https://www.lancerregister.com/showthread.php?t=583627
Yeah, I've read the HKS 7460R is quite a surge'y turbo. If I'm spending the money I would like something that has the potential to get me up to the 500hp mark maybe a little over depending on how it goes. Have a high power map set up and have a dyno sheet to prove and then a low boost map that puts down like 430-450hp.

The eventual plan is to swap out for a link ECU. But yeah, money haha!
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The eventual plan is to swap out for a link ECU. But yeah, money haha!

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I would like something that has the potential to get me up to the 500hp mark maybe a little over depending on how it goes.
MHI Billet turbo is what you want


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