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Old 02-05-2011, 16:54   #16
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Good thread and point of reference......
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Old 02-05-2011, 16:57   #17
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GT750R, 850, 900 and 950 removed as there are AMS kits and not actual turbo's.
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All things being equal.. good thread
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Old 04-05-2011, 00:02   #19
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does flow rate relate this bhp figures? i.e is putting a zero on the end of the flow rate a guide to to the hp the turbo 'could' produce

i.e a flow rate of 60lb/min could reltate to a turbo been capable or around 600hp?
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Old 04-05-2011, 07:20   #20
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does flow rate relate this bhp figures? i.e is putting a zero on the end of the flow rate a guide to to the hp the turbo 'could' produce

i.e a flow rate of 60lb/min could reltate to a turbo been capable or around 600hp?
Thats the theory, approx 10bhp per lb/min of airflow.

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Old 10-07-2011, 10:59   #21
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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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Can you comment on the S204 as an upgrade to a 8MR HRA unit? TT website state £650+ but on a exchange basis for a 80series but is it worthwhile upgrade over the MR unit for fast road use only on standard internals?

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Assuming TT have 9 comp covers in stock they should be able to upgrade an 8MR unit to the full S209 spec for not much more.
I'll call them on Monday and see if they are available.

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The figures for the GTX3076 are incorrect:


It's more like 65lb/min
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Just made this thread sticky as there is some good info on here

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this thread should be presented to some of the folks out there who claim their evo 9 turbos are making the guts of 500 bhp when they wont flow( in theory) more than 410bhp lol .
in fact isnt there an 8mr turbo making over 450 torks ...

not having a pop just saying it would be useful for the weekly noob thread "how much power will i make" lol

gotta love todays dynos - the new pub talk bible .
be nice to see a best 30-130 figure for all the turbos as that kinda does away with a lot of the speculation ( albeit with varying accompanying mods)
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The figures for the GTX3076 are incorrect

It's more like 65lb/min
Edited, Thanks for the input I want the Information to be as accurate as possible.

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Edited, Thanks for the input I want the Information to be as accurate as possible.
No probs Keith

I'm don't think the FP3582HTA has the same flow rate as the FP3586HTA either mate.

FP don't publish compressor maps though so it would be difficult to say what they are.
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No probs Keith

I'm don't think the FP3582HTA has the same flow rate as the FP3586HTA either mate.

FP don't publish compressor maps though so it would be difficult to say what they are.
FP3582HTA is not much more than a std GT3582 and garrett now rate that at 67lb/min
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Assuming TT have 9 comp covers in stock they should be able to upgrade an 8MR unit to the full S209 spec for not much more.
I'll call them on Monday and see if they are available.

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You will need the E9 core assembly too, as the E9 comp cover will not fit on an E8 unit.
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