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Old 03-15-2013, 01:28 PM   #126
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Any word on how to order one of these welded up for a EWG setup? Would they weld one up for me?
Blouch will do that for you if you ask them no problem
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Old 03-15-2013, 01:31 PM   #127
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I'm very likely going with this turbo on my ej205 (along with PW TMIC, AMR inlet, and TGV deletes).

Would there be any benefit to doing the 3" inlet compressor housing for $50 more? Does it do anything more than complicate installation?
This is based off no data at all just talking out my ass but I highly doubt this turbo flows enough air to warrant a 3" inlet. If you did do it you'd have to get a 3" turbo inlet. And changing those sucks balls.
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Old 03-15-2013, 01:57 PM   #128
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That was my thought too, I read about people having to cut up the TGV housing and that doesn't sound very appealing. The AMR comes with a 3" and a 2.4" silicone coupling, so either way would work.
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Old 03-22-2013, 03:21 PM   #129
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just bought my Blouch 16g XT ported for my 05 Wrx cant wait ive read so many good things about this turbo. i will post the results in a few weeks and let everyone know how everything turns out.
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Old 03-23-2013, 02:09 AM   #130
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I had the 16gxt on my STI running deatschwerks 740cc yellows, turboxs top, turboxs rfl exhaust and perrin inlet. Only had one run and managed 12.3 in the 1/4 at 112mph. 1.7 60 foot spinning and stepping 5 foot to the left.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWB2VfXO6ZE
Hvae a 20g tomioka right now on 850cc injectors. need a new clutch to run on a dyno. I love the Blouch turbo though and e85 is it's crack. can't wait for new numbers.
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Old 04-11-2013, 01:54 AM   #131
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so is it safe to run a set up like this on a car with high millage ?
i am debating doing the same thing but a little bit scared because my car has 230,000KM on it. I dont wanna blow the thing up after a couple of months of having a set up like this.
PS i am already running a VF39 setup on a 02 wrx
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Old 04-11-2013, 02:39 AM   #132
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so is it safe to run a set up like this on a car with high millage ?
i am debating doing the same thing but a little bit scared because my car has 230,000KM on it. I dont wanna blow the thing up after a couple of months of having a set up like this.
PS i am already running a VF39 setup on a 02 wrx
if you're nervous about an upgrade i'd hold off until you have a spare block/cash money around.
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Old 04-11-2013, 12:18 PM   #133
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I agree with Green_Guy. I have 140k miles on mine and I plan on slowly building a block by the end of next year and get a 250cc bike (alternative transportation). With proper cooling and oil, it should be fine for a while. Plus, I have decided to go with the STi pan and Killer B oil baffle+pickup. Oh, and E85 for the slightly cooler running temps and performance.
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Old 04-15-2013, 08:04 AM   #134
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Facility: TurboXS, tuning by Jermaine
Type of Dyno: Dynapak
Baseline # for a stocker at the dyno: stock 02-05 WRX is ~170 HP/~170 TQ
Boost: 24 PSI
Fuel: 93 octane
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333 HP and 322 TQ

About the turbo:

It is a prototype Blouch 16G XTR. It has a billet 16G wheel, Blouch housings, and a Garrett ball bearing center cartridge. It is not available yet and is still in testing and final development. If you jam the lines and email Blouch about it, it might speed up the process or honk them off, one of the two! Wheel size is 37 lb/min.

Mine came ported, not sure if the full retail will or if it is extra.

Read deal Garrett center.

BPT 8 is cast and I'm 98.5% sure this means it is an 8cm hotside.

Driving impression is that I am now a huge fan of a ball bearing center cartridge. Throttle response is lightning. Just taking the tension out of the gas pedal generates 5 PSI. If a responsive turbo is your forte, this one is for you. While the graph makes it seem a touch on the laggy side, this is far from the truth as on the road my car is now a holy terror. 0-60 is crazy and 60-100 is down right nuts. My previous turbo was a Deadbolt Super16G which was no slouch putting out 290HP on a Dynojet. The new turbo kills it everywhere, especially down low. Jermaine also made me a more conservative 20 PSI map (as yet not used) considering my car is getting up there in the miles at 150,000.

When Jermaine was tuning he remarked normal 16Gs make 280HP on his Dynapak. This one is +50HP over that. When I reminded him that this WAS a 16G, he got all bugeyed and made me laugh. After road tuning when we were done, he flipped me the keys and smiled like a Cheshire cat and said I'd like it and he was right! It's really awesome when someone like Jermaine is happy with the results. Fuel according to the logs was low 90s for IDCs with a couple values at 96, so this pretty much maxes out 650s on 93 octane.

Props:
Mike at Blouch Turbo in Lebanon, PA for letting me test this.
Andrew at Andrewtech Automotive in Gaithersburg MD for install help and letting me sleep on his couch.
Jermaine at Turbo XS in Gaithersburg, MD for tuning the crap out of my car.
Justin at Grimmspeed in Minneapolis, MN for my BCS.
Trey at Cobb Tuning in Austin, TX for AccessPORT ver. 2.
Mike at Deatschwerks in Oklahoma City, OK for the injectors.
Chris at Killer B in Waynesboro, VA for my new headers and uppipe.
Is this whp?
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Old 04-15-2013, 09:35 AM   #135
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Yes, whp. Great turbo, can't wait on mine!
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Old 08-15-2013, 07:40 PM   #136
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Does this put up bigger numbers than the 16gxt on the 2.0? i just read the entire thread but didnt see a comparison of the two and cant seem to find one anywhere
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Old 08-18-2013, 03:40 PM   #137
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Blouch advertises the 16gxt as 41lb/min & the xt-r as a 38lb/min.

The xt should make about 30hp more, using blouch's numbers.
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Old 09-30-2013, 05:24 PM   #138
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anyone know where I can get a good deal on this kick *** turbo!?
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Old 09-30-2013, 08:41 PM   #139
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I got a pretty good deal on mine from Motion Lab, but I think they were running a sale at the time...
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Old 10-01-2013, 12:48 PM   #140
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I got a pretty good deal on mine from Motion Lab, but I think they were running a sale at the time...
How much did you drop on it?
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Old 10-01-2013, 01:25 PM   #141
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How much did you drop on it?
Significantly less than msrp. I suggest PM'ing a few NASIOC vendors who are Blouch dealers.
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Old 10-01-2013, 11:36 PM   #142
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Significantly less than msrp. I suggest PM'ing a few NASIOC vendors who are Blouch dealers.
I mean could you give me an estimate, so I know it is even worth my time without seeming like an ***hole. I am on some a sort of budget... Thanks
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Old 10-01-2013, 11:51 PM   #143
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I mean could you give me an estimate, so I know it is even worth my time without seeming like an ***hole. I am on some a sort of budget... Thanks
In the time you spent asking me about the price I paid - several months ago - that may or may not be honored today, you could have PM'ed a few vendors and gotten an actual quote. I'm not selling you a turbo, so how much I paid doesn't mean dick.

For what little it's worth, I think I saved somewhere between $100 and $200....but it's been quite a while.
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