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Old 03-12-2013, 07:14 PM   #194
manitou
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Join Date: Nov 2008
Chapter/Region: MWSOC
Location: Cedar, MI HP Techs MPS-SSLR2.5
Vehicle:
2006 XTI Limited
OBP, Junior tuned 573WHP

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Originally Posted by KillerBMotorsport View Post

Thank you and I share your enthusiasm for what's to come

A buddy of mine said I need to change the Killer B mantra to "Obsessively Engineered Subaru Performance Products" IIRC, last I looked we had over 12K miles on it, so it's likely in the 14K range now with a couple of events too.

So what were the final results? Any leaps in power or just cleaning things up a bit?

Yes.

Here is a pic of an intouched 4" GT3076

And here's the GTX3071 housing modifications.

CNC milled compressor housing with tapped holes (not thru)

Here's the adapter I designed with feedback from garrett. CNC turned from solid billet aluminum.

And the final product assembled.

I'm going to be making another one of these inlet adapters in the next few weeks so if you, or anyone else, is insterested let me know and I can get pricing.
LOL, obsessive is good with car parts and systems! It shows in the quality of your stuff. Junior and I were just discussing and giving high praise to your work yesterday, were your ears burning? Seriously though, when you look at your mandrel bent headers, the material, the path they follow and the results....well they speak for themselves!!

The compressor flange looks to be v-band compatable, correct?

Not to take anything away from this low mount kit but turbos spool so fast in the stock location or rotated stock location with your headers that it may be difficult to justify the cost of the low mount kit with smaller/ mid size turbos for the gains. I think this low mount will shine, the bigger you go turbo wise because the shorter piping will aid in spool up of the big guys! Kind of like what Junior is doing with the PTE6766 and his soon to be forward facing front mount location. Talk about short and efficient piping! I love what you're doing though and I'll bet the 3576 will shine on your kit!

Think about the waste gate exhaust though, it's a shame to route it back into the down pipe and loose some of the gains. Look at the discussion in the external waste gate muffler thread that we have been having! I'll post up a link here.
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