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Old 13-10-2020, 15:25   #1
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gtx2867r looking for feedback

After having a look at the specs I Am thinking of getting a 2867r for a 2L engine running kelford cams. I havnt decided yet on 264 or 272, I am aiming for about 450hp but want quick spooling and fairly linear power delivery.

I am looking for some feedback from someone that has ran this or to see actual power curves ideal situation.

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Old 13-10-2020, 15:58   #2
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Is that turbo available as 'bolt-on' stock frame for Evos? Is it ball bearing, GEN2, or GTX generation? A great spooling choice which is close in size to the GT28 would be the HKS GTII 7460. It could reach 450hp at round 1.8bar. Also, I'd consider the Tomei 270 poncams for an idea balance of HP gains & quick spool.
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Is that turbo available as 'bolt-on' stock frame for Evos? Is it ball bearing, GEN2, or GTX generation? A great spooling choice which is close in size to the GT28 would be the HKS GTII 7460. It could reach 450hp at round 1.8bar. Also, I'd consider the Tomei 270 poncams for an idea balance of HP gains & quick spool.
I will get it in a V-Band application, it is a GTX Gen2 turbo, I think it is not a ball bearing unfortunately but there is probs an option to upgrade. Cool I will have a look into the Tomei 270, what is your reason for those over the kelford? build quality?

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I went with the Tomei after reading some feedback, dyno testing, basically they are near stock in terms of response, they performed much better than the GSC1s 268 I previously had. I could be wrong, but I believe that all Gen2s are BB. But if you plan to you use a v-band manifold then consider the G25-550 turbo, it must be the quickest in spool & it'll get you to more than 500hp I believe it's the quickest spooling turbo in the 450-550hp class.
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I went with the Tomei after reading some feedback, dyno testing, basically they are near stock in terms of response, they performed much better than the GSC1s 268 I previously had. I could be wrong, but I believe that all Gen2s are BB. But if you plan to you use a v-band manifold then consider the G25-550 turbo, it must be the quickest in spool & it'll get you to more than 500hp I believe it's the quickest spooling turbo in the 450-550hp class.
sweet I'll do a little more digging and have a look into that. Cheers for the feed back
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Those new g series turbos are cool we are now doing one on a golf for a customer and limited space really nice bit of kit
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Yea you see them a lot on youtube. Garrett gave away quite a lot of them haha, but at least their advertising is working: people talk about it. Nonetheless these are good turbos, and pretty sure if they would make a stockframe version for 4g63 it would be a success.
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Those new g series turbos are cool we are now doing one on a golf for a customer and limited space really nice bit of kit
cool are they newer than the GTX series?
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Yea you see them a lot on youtube. Garrett gave away quite a lot of them haha, but at least their advertising is working: people talk about it. Nonetheless these are good turbos, and pretty sure if they would make a stockframe version for 4g63 it would be a success.
Yeah honeywell are a good turbo I have done alot in my time with those and Borg.
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cool are they newer than the GTX series?
Yes, they are newer than the Gen2 series
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