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Old 11-18-2007, 07:57 AM   #126
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Are you saying it is the GT37 compressor wheel, and the GT37 turbine wheel?

As for previous GT37s, I ran a GT37/GT37, and a GT37/GT40 a few years ago. (It was a GPMoto setup). The GT37 compressor on Tim's STI peaked out at about 596whp or so. Take a look at the compressor maps.. The GT37 won't really have the flow to push to 700whp.... at least 700whp on our Mustang dyno.

As for spoolup, I was running a twin scroll 1.1 A/R housing, and it was a bit slower then a 35R .82.

Should be an interesting build.

Jeff
It's not an actually "GT37R" It's an older Garrett design which now comes in ball bearing fashion. They call it a GT37R because it kind of fills the gap between the GT35R, and GT40R.

It has a 67mm inducer on the compressor, and I cant remember off the top of my head, but I think it's an 84 mm exducer compressor. His turbo is also T4, and p-trim which is much larger than the a GT35R "T3" housing, and also a much larger turbine wheel. The compressor flows 75lb/min, which is as much as a GT40R compressor. It makes almost as much power as a GT40R, just slightly less due to the GT40R's newer design and slightly higher efficiency.
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Old 11-18-2007, 02:09 PM   #127
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Bugeye runnin?? Im really intersted in your numbers.
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Old 11-18-2007, 08:37 PM   #128
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radical build, congrats on great numbers
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Old 11-18-2007, 08:49 PM   #129
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Not yet, hopefully by the end of next week.

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Old 11-26-2007, 12:45 PM   #130
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His name isnt JOE is it LOL
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so whats going on with this? thread is over 2 months old now and no more progress.

Every built race motor project ends up the same...a couple good runs and then they vanish. My buddies $25K+ B-series drag motor is 5 years in the making and hasn't even made it to his house yet for the first time, hell its not even broken in yet so they can swap the big turbo on and tune it on C16.

I hope your motor fares better.
Its VERY BUSY at the shop so it takes time but we are getting there
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Old 11-26-2007, 05:12 PM   #131
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so whats going on with this? thread is over 2 months old now and no more progress.

Every built race motor project ends up the same...a couple good runs and then they vanish. My buddies $25K+ B-series drag motor is 5 years in the making and hasn't even made it to his house yet for the first time, hell its not even broken in yet so they can swap the big turbo on and tune it on C16.

I hope your motor fares better.

I dropped the motor off at the shop about an hour ago, I'm not even sure if Mr. Kidd saw me....lol

I'm going skiing later this week so Ill try and get it back in the car at the beginning of December.

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Old 12-06-2007, 11:50 PM   #132
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car's looking good matt..cant wait to see what it does in person
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Old 01-14-2008, 03:05 AM   #133
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Nice setup! BTW... tangential T4's come in .58, .68, .81, .96, etc.

I have the same 67mm turbo (P-trim .81AR T4)
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