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Old 06-09-2007, 09:47 PM   #176
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Old 06-25-2007, 08:17 AM   #177
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how many cfm's can push the vf39??? on 14.7psi???
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Old 06-26-2007, 11:23 PM   #178
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wow! this is so cool!
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Old 06-30-2007, 08:04 PM   #179
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Old 07-01-2007, 03:32 PM   #180
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Old 07-02-2007, 02:52 AM   #181
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Old 07-13-2007, 04:57 PM   #182
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Thank you ...what a read
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Old 07-13-2007, 10:24 PM   #183
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Old 07-16-2007, 12:22 PM   #184
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Ok so I cant decide now between a blouch, deadbolt or fp turbo (most likely going 20g but maybe 18g not sure what size for sure) I was wondering if anyone can tell me which is a better company, which turbos are better hp wise and realiability wise??? Who overall has the better turbo here...thanks guys

Just for reference I hav an 06 wrx tr w/
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Old 07-16-2007, 01:27 PM   #185
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Ok so I cant decide now between a blouch, deadbolt or fp turbo (most likely going 20g but maybe 18g not sure what size for sure) I was wondering if anyone can tell me which is a better company, which turbos are better hp wise and realiability wise??? Who overall has the better turbo here...thanks guys

Just for reference I hav an 06 wrx tr w/
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Any help or feedback is greatly appreciated
A 20G will be really laggy on that 2.0. It will make good power and have decent traps at the track, but IMO it sucks as a DD.

EDIT: I just noticed that you have the '06 with the 2.5L so disregard the above.

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Old 07-16-2007, 06:08 PM   #186
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20g wouldn't be too big.

As for which company you choose it all comes down to brand preference, the ones you listed are all good. They will all be within a few hp of each other.
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Old 07-16-2007, 06:45 PM   #187
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a 20g isnt too big for a 2L anyway....maybe the 8cm 20g is gettin on the big side for a 2L but the 7cm is great....depends on your driving style...never just blanketly state good or bad without driving style in mind, sure itd suck for a autox'er but for a dragger its great....
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Old 07-17-2007, 01:34 PM   #188
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its this a typo?

"IHI VF23
(388cfm at 18psi, 250-325whp, Bolt-On)
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Just curious..
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Old 07-26-2007, 10:43 PM   #189
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Old 07-27-2007, 12:41 AM   #190
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its this a typo?

"IHI VF23
(388cfm at 18psi, 250-325whp, Bolt-On)
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Just curious..
That is the figure I received in my research. If you find this to be false and have evidence supporting you I'd gladly correct it
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Old 08-06-2007, 02:40 AM   #191
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I might've missed the post but is there any reason I don't see a turbochargers 18g turbo listed?
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Old 08-06-2007, 01:42 PM   #192
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My guess is because it is so similiar to all the other 18g's out there.
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Old 08-06-2007, 10:59 PM   #193
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^Yea but so are the fp18 and db18g.

Not that I'm a fanboi of TC or anything, I was just curious.
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Old 08-07-2007, 03:18 AM   #194
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I'm wondering how "daily driver friendly" would a vf22 be on a 2.0 motor.
With the correct supporting mods and tune.
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Old 08-07-2007, 05:31 PM   #195
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I'm wondering how "daily driver friendly" would a vf22 be on a 2.0 motor.
With the correct supporting mods and tune.
It won't drive stock, but in the realm of "daily driver turbos" it will do well.
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Old 08-07-2007, 05:32 PM   #196
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I might've missed the post but is there any reason I don't see a turbochargers 18g turbo listed?
I think at the time of writing tc.com didn't have an 18g listed on their site.

I'll try to get around to updating that soon.
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Old 08-07-2007, 05:43 PM   #197
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Great writeup...one thing I noticed for the FP section (post #3, it looks like you copied and pasted the first paragraph but then didn't update some of the figures.

Great info though

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Forced Performance Standard 16G
(510cfm, 275-330whp, Bolt-On)
This water cooled direct fit TD05H-16G-7cm2 turbocharger has a compressor flow rating of 510cfm and an unheard of compressor efficiency of 77%! This makes it the perfect low-cost easy install option for your 330whp 2.0 Subaru project.
The inlet and outlet flanges of the turbocharger are a perfect match for the stock flanges and high quality carbon steel studs are included so you don't have to scramble for hardware during installation.
The compressor inlet of the turbocharger is 2.4", so it is directly compatible with the factory air inlet tube and doesn't require expensive aftermarket intake tubes to install. The 2.4" inlet is ASME spec bell machined to maximize laminar flow into the compressor wheel to reduce inlet turbulence and improve compressor efficiency.
The FP16G comes fitted with brand new coolant lines and an 8psi wastegate actuator. The oil inlet thread is 10mm x 1.5mm just like stock, the water threads are 14mm x 1.5, and the oil drain flange is the same size and bolt pattern as the factory TD04, TD05, and VF series turbochargers allowing the use of any of these oil drain tubes.
Expect to achieve full boost with the proper mods and a quality tune between 3200-3700rpms. 2002-2005 WRX owners will need fuel upgrades for this turbocharger and proper engine management is highly recommended for all vehicles.
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16G: FP or DB?

Forced Performance Big16G
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FP doesn’t have specific text for their Big16G: This water cooled direct fit TD05H-16G-7cm2 turbocharger has a compressor flow rating of 510cfm and an unheard of compressor efficiency of 77%! This makes it the perfect low-cost easy install option for your 330whp 2.0 Subaru project.
The inlet and outlet flanges of the turbocharger are a perfect match for the stock flanges and high quality carbon steel studs are included so you don't have to scramble for hardware during installation.
The compressor inlet of the turbocharger is 2.4", so it is directly compatible with the factory air inlet tube and doesn't require expensive aftermarket intake tubes to install. The 2.4" inlet is ASME spec bell machined to maximize laminar flow into the compressor wheel to reduce inlet turbulence and improve compressor efficiency.
The FP16G comes fitted with brand new coolant lines and an 8psi wastegate actuator. The oil inlet thread is 10mm x 1.5mm just like stock, the water threads are 14mm x 1.5, and the oil drain flange is the same size and bolt pattern as the factory TD04, TD05, and VF series turbochargers allowing the use of any of these oil drain tubes.
Expect to achieve full boost with the proper mods and a quality tune between 3200-3700rpms. 2002-2005 WRX owners will need fuel upgrades for this turbocharger and proper engine management is highly recommended for all vehicles.
Purchase $850
16G: FP or DB?

Forced Performance Evo3 16G
(575cfm, 275-375whp, Bolt-On)
FP doesn’t have specific text for their Evo3 16G: This water cooled direct fit TD05H-16G-7cm2 turbocharger has a compressor flow rating of 510cfm and an unheard of compressor efficiency of 77%! This makes it the perfect low-cost easy install option for your 330whp 2.0 Subaru project.
The inlet and outlet flanges of the turbocharger are a perfect match for the stock flanges and high quality carbon steel studs are included so you don't have to scramble for hardware during installation.
The compressor inlet of the turbocharger is 2.4", so it is directly compatible with the factory air inlet tube and doesn't require expensive aftermarket intake tubes to install. The 2.4" inlet is ASME spec bell machined to maximize laminar flow into the compressor wheel to reduce inlet turbulence and improve compressor efficiency.
The FP16G comes fitted with brand new coolant lines and an 8psi wastegate actuator. The oil inlet thread is 10mm x 1.5mm just like stock, the water threads are 14mm x 1.5, and the oil drain flange is the same size and bolt pattern as the factory TD04, TD05, and VF series turbochargers allowing the use of any of these oil drain tubes.
Expect to achieve full boost with the proper mods and a quality tune between 3200-3700rpms. 2002-2005 WRX owners will need fuel upgrades for this turbocharger and proper engine management is highly recommended for all vehicles.
Purchase $874
16G: FP or DB?

Forced Performance 18G
(605cfm, 275-390whp, Bolt-On)
FP doesn’t have specific text for their 18G: This water cooled direct fit TD05H-16G-7cm2 turbocharger has a compressor flow rating of 510cfm and an unheard of compressor efficiency of 77%! This makes it the perfect low-cost easy install option for your 330whp 2.0 Subaru project.
The inlet and outlet flanges of the turbocharger are a perfect match for the stock flanges and high quality carbon steel studs are included so you don't have to scramble for hardware during installation.
The compressor inlet of the turbocharger is 2.4", so it is directly compatible with the factory air inlet tube and doesn't require expensive aftermarket intake tubes to install. The 2.4" inlet is ASME spec bell machined to maximize laminar flow into the compressor wheel to reduce inlet turbulence and improve compressor efficiency.
The FP16G comes fitted with brand new coolant lines and an 8psi wastegate actuator. The oil inlet thread is 10mm x 1.5mm just like stock, the water threads are 14mm x 1.5, and the oil drain flange is the same size and bolt pattern as the factory TD04, TD05, and VF series turbochargers allowing the use of any of these oil drain tubes.
Expect to achieve full boost with the proper mods and a quality tune between 3300-3800rpms. 2002-2005 WRX owners will need fuel upgrades for this turbocharger and proper engine management is highly recommended for all vehicles.
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Old 08-07-2007, 05:48 PM   #198
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Great writeup...one thing I noticed for the FP section (post #3, it looks like you copied and pasted the first paragraph but then didn't update some of the figures.

Great info though
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FP doesn’t have specific text for their Big16G:

FP doesn’t have specific text for their Evo3 16G:

FP doesn’t have specific text for their 18G:
Notice my disclaimer for each one
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Old 08-07-2007, 10:28 PM   #199
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I see...but is the cfm rating accurate under each name?
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Old 08-08-2007, 01:17 PM   #200
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Yessir.
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