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Old 27-12-2018, 11:55   #1
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What turbo is fitted to my car??!

Hi Guys,

Hopefully not a stupid question but Iíve been trawling the site looking for a definitive answer.

I canít get right in to see all of the markings so missing a few marked below with a *.

49378-01570
TD05HRA-16G***10.5
050523022

My car is a 9 GT. If it is indeed a 70 series turbo then I will be upgrading to a new 80 series but just wanted to double check before I purchase.

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Old 27-12-2018, 12:23   #2
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Have a billet wheel fitted to your 070 series , a cheaper option ...
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Have a billet wheel fitted to your 070 series , a cheaper option ...
I have all the supporting mods ready to go for a 400/400 setup.
Would changing the wheel be enough to run that power reliably?

If so then where would you recommend to send my turbo to for this to be done?
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I have all the supporting mods ready to go for a 400/400 setup.
Would changing the wheel be enough to run that power reliably?

If so then where would you recommend to send my turbo to for this to be done?
Good luck making 400/400 on any off the std Evo 9 Turbo’s on our fuel as your gonna need it no matter what bolts in you have unless it’s nitros.

Mark shead has had the pleasure of mapping on our super unleaded so can confirm just how bad it is beside there mainland stuff ��*♂️��
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Old 27-12-2018, 20:26   #5
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Good luck making 400/400 on any off the std Evo 9 Turboís on our fuel as your gonna need it no matter what bolts in you have unless itís nitros.

Mark shead has had the pleasure of mapping on our super unleaded so can confirm just how bad it is beside there mainland stuff ��*♂️��
I am still amazed how they can actually call if fuel lol it down burn like Uk fuel.

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Good luck making 400/400 on any off the std Evo 9 Turboís on our fuel as your gonna need it no matter what bolts in you have unless itís nitros.

Mark shead has had the pleasure of mapping on our super unleaded so can confirm just how bad it is beside there mainland stuff ��*♂️��
Yea itís not the best of stuff over here lol.

I have all of my Ďstage 1í parts gathered up so really waiting on getting my arse in gear and get the turbo sorted.

Parts include:

-CTEC cat-back exhaust & modular downpipe with turbo elbow
-grimspeed 3 port boost solenoid
-Walbro fuel pump
-Gruppe M air Intake

Will be going for the Owen developments 80 series from rossport.
I donít want to be going into a rod job either as Iím not after big numbers either, just something that has a little bit of poke!

Who would you recommend to map the car once everything is fitted Jonny @ AI Autosport?
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‘Who would you recommend to map the car once everything is fitted Jonny @ AI Autosport?’

See post number 4 that is the man in question
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Yeh Johnny at AI Autosport is the man for the job (airforce1)
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ĎWho would you recommend to map the car once everything is fitted Jonny @ AI Autosport?í

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ĎWho would you recommend to map the car once everything is fitted Jonny @ AI Autosport?í

See post number 4 that is the man in question
Hence I didnít reply. Be a bit biased like 😂😂
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The fuel here in N/Ireland is **** cost me my engine so rebuilt and run it on race fuel fast as **** but to expensive.
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The fuel here in N/Ireland is **** cost me my engine so rebuilt and run it on race fuel fast as **** but to expensive.
The fuel being crap didn’t cost you an engine. The map not being suitable for the fuel did . If mapped correctly to our fuel you won’t loose an engine ,You just won’t make the same power as the mainland guys is all.
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