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Old 09-01-2020, 18:25   #16
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I guess ultimately that's the problem with race car parts, everything needs constant nut and bolt maintenance. Sometimes taking a step "backwards" and sticking with OE parts is the way forwards.

Will be good to see how your car ends up too.
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I'm on a 2.0 with a PT 6062 which is the next size up from the one you are looking into (only by 2mm lol). Personally the bigger the better, the bigger units usually come on boost with a bigger kick and are a lot more fun. I had the 5558 on mine previously which did come on boost sooner but didn't feel anywhere near as fast as the big 6062. Would highly recommend the larger unit, infact I'd go even bigger than mine if you want 700.

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I'm on a 2.0 with a PT 6062 which is the next size up from the one you are looking into (only by 2mm lol). Personally the bigger the better, the bigger units usually come on boost with a bigger kick and are a lot more fun. I had the 5558 on mine previously which did come on boost sooner but didn't feel anywhere near as fast as the big 6062. Would highly recommend the larger unit, infact I'd go even bigger than mine if you want 700.

Here's mine in action

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Yes, thats rather spritely
Precision rate the gen 2 5862 as a 700hp capable unit.Maybe they exaggerate their figures!
I think on the 2.2 it should be quite nice.Yours seems to go well enough on the 2 litre.
Thanks for your input, its making me consider going bigger now.

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Yes, thats rather spritely
Precision rate the gen 2 5862 as a 700hp capable unit.Maybe they exaggerate their figures!
I think on the 2.2 it should be quite nice.Yours seems to go well enough on the 2 litre.
Thanks for your input, its making me consider going bigger now.
I don't know quite how true it is, but I've heard that Gen 2 units are massively better than Gen 1 and therefore be careful when making a decision. Again, based purely on third hand info, my expectation would be that the Gen 2 5862 might well produce as much power as sat a 6062 Gen 1 simply because it can flow air more efficiently even though it has smaller wheels.
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I don't know quite how true it is, but I've heard that Gen 2 units are massively better than Gen 1 and therefore be careful when making a decision. Again, based purely on third hand info, my expectation would be that the Gen 2 5862 might well produce as much power as sat a 6062 Gen 1 simply because it can flow air more efficiently even though it has smaller wheels.
Yes, you are right.
I spoke to Mark and he assures me that this turbo will easily make 700, but for reliability to keep it just over 600.I have asked him to map it to its highest output, as I want to scare myself now and again!
I will run it at 600 for the most part, but its nice to have it there.
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Yes, you are right.
I spoke to Mark and he assures me that this turbo will easily make 700, but for reliability to keep it just over 600.I have asked him to map it to its highest output, as I want to scare myself now and again!
I will run it at 600 for the most part, but its nice to have it there.
Have to get a scramble button wired in on the steering wheel
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Yes, you are right.
I spoke to Mark and he assures me that this turbo will easily make 700, but for reliability to keep it just over 600.I have asked him to map it to its highest output, as I want to scare myself now and again!
I will run it at 600 for the most part, but its nice to have it there.
I should put the big boost on a timer so you can only have it for X amount of time per start as 700hp would be addictive 😂

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I don't know quite how true it is, but I've heard that Gen 2 units are massively better than Gen 1 and therefore be careful when making a decision. Again, based purely on third hand info, my expectation would be that the Gen 2 5862 might well produce as much power as sat a 6062 Gen 1 simply because it can flow air more efficiently even though it has smaller wheels.
Plip m8, he won’t have to worry as for the 6062 turbo is a gen 2:
https://www.precisionturbo.net/Stree...PT6062-CEA/582
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I should put the big boost on a timer so you can only have it for X amount of time per start as 700hp would be addictive 😂

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Might be a good idea!
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I don't know quite how true it is, but I've heard that Gen 2 units are massively better than Gen 1 and therefore be careful when making a decision. Again, based purely on third hand info, my expectation would be that the Gen 2 5862 might well produce as much power as sat a 6062 Gen 1 simply because it can flow air more efficiently even though it has smaller wheels.
Precision never released a gen 1 6062 as its a fairly new turbo and a new size, they jumped straight in with the the Gen 2 technology



It's rated at 750 but that maybe American horsepowers
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[QUOTE=TimC;6208775]I guess ultimately that's the problem with race car parts, everything needs constant nut and bolt maintenance. Sometimes taking a step "backwards" and sticking with OE parts is the way forwards.

The car had been put to MG Autos, prior to it being delivered to me, according to the previous owner, for an alignment check, and when it was delivered most of it was slack and not adjusted in anyway shape or form, so nothing to do with the racefab parts and more to do with whoever was “supposed” to do the alignment.
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Mate, that along with many, many other faults..........any garage who uses a tie wrap, through the radiator, to help secure the cooling fan is pretty amateur, to say the least!

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You’re not the first mate. Good few hidden skeletons there. A good number of **** ups past and present.

Sorry for all your issues.

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You’re not the first mate. Good few hidden skeletons there. A good number of **** ups past and present.

Sorry for all your issues.
Thanks!
Yes, I'm not surprised, but iv not seen many stories about them, but I'm sure they are out there.Having to get a rebuild after 600 miles of ownership is not the best, amongst many other things.
The previous owner is not exactly blameless, either, but i cant fault his timing in selling!
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