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Old 02-25-2009, 07:21 AM   #251
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Its maxed at 5v I belive with the utec.
Are you running a Perrin SRI? Your mod list just lists short ram. If yes, thats why your MAF voltage is reading high. The Perrin SRI is actually smaller diameter than the stock intake.

An 18G wouldn't normally go much past 4.75-4.8volts on a stock sized inlet.
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Old 02-25-2009, 07:27 AM   #252
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no, im running a turbo xs short ram.
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Old 02-25-2009, 07:28 AM   #253
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No, I said I belive 5v is my max before I start to dump fuel. Thats what I ment.
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Old 02-25-2009, 10:16 AM   #254
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Na man i re-read it it does seem that way. It's just 23 psi for a td06-18g on a commercial tune is more than what i am used to seeing made me wondering what the map looked like.

We're not lucky enough to have a reputable tuner in my area (within 7-8 hours). I wanted to see what they did to pull 23psi safely. IE total timing
I do my own tuning and tuning for a few people around here and always wanting to see logs from the experienced pros to get ideas.
in that case, i want to see logs too!
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Old 02-27-2009, 04:55 PM   #255
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ramair18954 is my buddy. we hooked up the utech to my laptop and saw the logs. on the street he's running around 23.7psi to 24.5psi depending on the weather. the knock isn;t actual knock. it happens because the bov doesnt hold the pressure and won't close so there isn't enough air so it says there was a knock event. i'll post some logs tonight if he lets me
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Old 03-01-2009, 08:14 PM   #256
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Here is a section of the log.


5232 075 -1.4 60 +15.4 rich 00000
5393 085 +4.3 90 +16.0 rich 00000
5509 098 +12.5 100 +16.0 rich 00000
5555 098 +18.6 100 +16.0 rich 00000
5688 098 +22.9 100 +16.0 rich 00000
5583 098 +24.5 100 +16.0 rich 00000
5777 098 +24.5 100 +16.0 rich 00000
5889 098 +24.3 100 +16.0 rich 00000
5899 098 +24.1 100 +16.0 rich 00000
6116 098 +23.7 100 +16.0 rich 00000
6195 098 +23.5 100 +16.0 rich 00000
6265 098 +23.7 100 +16.0 rich 00000
6289 098 +23.1 100 +16.1 rich 00000
6361 098 +23.3 100 +16.6 rich 00000
6289 098 +23.1 100 +16.8 rich 00000
6497 098 +22.9 100 +17.0 rich 00000
6626 098 +23.1 100 +17.0 rich 00000
6802 094 +22.9 100 +17.0 rich 00000
6325 000 +19.8 10 ECU. rich 00000
5717 000 +11.9 10 ECU. rich 00000
5411 000 +3.5 10 ECU. rich 00000
5175 000 -5.1 10 ECU. rich 00000
4688 000 -10.6 10 ECU. 12.5 00000
4688 000 -11.2 00 ECU. 20.1 00000
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Old 03-02-2009, 02:51 PM   #257
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Its maxed at 5v I belive with the utec. I get knock once in a while thats exactly why i have a few different maps to adjust timing to correct knock. My only real problem right now is the Bov. i need something that will hold the boost. Thats one reason, the second the clutch grabs way to hard if your speed shifting so in that case knock will happen as well.

I recommend the Turbo XS TYPE-H BOV..It holds boost pressure up to 35 psi. I have it on my car and love the sound as well as the knowing I can run whatever boost I want and have no leak issues...

PS. DONT GET THE TYPE-H "RFL" BOV!! While its loud, it sucks at holding pressure.
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Old 03-04-2009, 03:08 AM   #258
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PS. DONT GET THE TYPE-H "RFL" BOV!! While its loud, it sucks at holding pressure.
negative...mine holds 24psi like it's cool.

Perhaps yours needed re-adjusted. More/less washers?
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Old 03-04-2009, 01:29 PM   #259
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Actually your both wrong all the TXS units have issues bleeding boost.

It's not he BOV itself, but the crappy mounting system they have with the little screws etc. You get a good one (ie. Tial) you will probably gain a pound of two of boost.

I've had 4 turboXS units and they leak at one point or another.
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Old 03-04-2009, 01:47 PM   #260
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negative...mine holds 24psi like it's cool.

Perhaps yours needed re-adjusted. More/less washers?
Yes, but some people want to run more than 24 psi..and the "RFL" is loud as hell..if u want more attn from the cops go for it. I have the Type H, and it reads that it is good to 35 psi.
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Old 03-04-2009, 08:43 PM   #261
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How about the stocker?
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I know a crushed or JDM BPV would be great too. Personal preference IMO.

:crosses fingers to not start BOV debate:
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Amazing what numbers are being put out on stock 205s. Good stuff guys. Im going with a FPgreen.
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double post FTW!!!
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Amazing what numbers are being put out on stock 205s. Good stuff guys. Im going with a FPgreen.
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Old 03-05-2009, 02:10 PM   #266
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lol my td06 18g looks small compared to that green. i hope you make some good numbers!
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Old 03-05-2009, 05:07 PM   #267
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I will re-iterate that this thread is for turbos at no less than 600 CFM. Keep your VF39s or VF ANYTHINGs out of here. I have an EvoIII that flows 585 and I won't post my OWN information because it's not 600, and it's significantly larger than a VF39. A VF39 is the smallest of turbo upgrades, and don't belong here. So please guys, keep this at 600+
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Old 03-05-2009, 05:27 PM   #268
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Im still wondering how much the td06 18g pushes in cfm?
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Im still wondering how much the td06 18g pushes in cfm?

Should be just over 600, but it depends on the manufacturer. It's close enough that it's welcome here

Basically, this thread is for anything larger than a VF turbo or anything in the 16g lineup.
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I think it's rated right at 600 at 1 bar.
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Actually your both wrong all the TXS units have issues bleeding boost.

It's not he BOV itself, but the crappy mounting system they have with the little screws etc. You get a good one (ie. Tial) you will probably gain a pound of two of boost.

I've had 4 turboXS units and they leak at one point or another.
agreed, ive ran those pieces of **** before. I always recommend the HKS ssqv. I personally use the HKS race bov and the tial 50mm. is also good. the turbo xs are terrible they not only bleed they stick alot. I used to have to spray silicone spary in it once a week or it would stick open and cause problems.
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Im still wondering how much the td06 18g pushes in cfm?
605cfm is the norm, there are a few thats like 5 or 10 more which isnt noticeable.
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Old 03-07-2009, 04:47 PM   #273
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I've been running w/ 100% meth @ 25psi for my daily map sitting around 380s whp last few months and it's still not enough. Maxing out the 300gs/rev limit. ( i know how to do the hack just haven't got around to it) Most of the blocks survivability until this point has been my OCD in nature tuning and meth. So i thought i decided on a Dom3 or or HTA Green as the next turbo for the little 205.

Now my friend wants to trade me his rotated 35R kit for my 20G set up because he wants to go in a different direction.

Now has this ever been done before, or does anyone have any constructive feedback on something ass massive as this?
I was going to tune it conservatively 360-380s; mild timing in the 14s, 85% meth, and 15 or so boost depending on mass airflow.

I know recently ownij (sp) went with a 3076.....a 35 isn't "that" much bigger.

I mainly want to do it to prove the nay sayers wrong,......or more than likely right.


Disclaimer: I am well aware of the consequences of bolting this monstrosity on my car that's not what i'm asking, nor implying. I understand i will be on borrowed time. I will be building a block as soon as the turbo goes on.......

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I've been running w/ 100% meth @ 25psi for my daily map sitting around 380s whp last few months and it's still not enough. Maxing out the 300gs/rev limit. ( i know how to do the hack just haven't got around to it) Most of the blocks survivability until this point has been my OCD in nature tuning and meth. So i thought i decided on a Dom3 or or HTA Green as the next turbo for the little 205.

Now my friend wants to trade me his rotated 35R kit for my 20G set up because he wants to go in a different direction.

Now has this ever been done before, or does anyone have any constructive feedback on something ass massive as this?
I was going to tune it conservatively 360-380s; mild timing in the 14s, 85% meth, and 15 or so boost depending on mass airflow.

I know recently ownij (sp) went with a 3076.....a 35 isn't "that" much bigger.

I mainly want to do it to prove the nay sayers wrong,......or more than likely right.


Disclaimer: I am well aware of the consequences of bolting this monstrosity on my car that's not what i'm asking, nor implying. I understand i will be on borrowed time. I will be building a block as soon as the turbo goes on.......
i think your problem is going to be with the heads more then anything. supposedly the valves will float @ high boost from a big turbo like that..and..in order to have a useable powerband you will have to bump up the rev limit.

I say go for it, you know the conseqences and accept them so why not?
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i think your problem is going to be with the heads more then anything. supposedly the valves will float @ high boost from a big turbo like that..and..in order to have a useable powerband you will have to bump up the rev limit.

I say go for it, you know the conseqences and accept them so why not?

I agree, but a few things need to happen before you can just raise the rev limit. And all of them include disassembling the block, and it would be foolish to not at least build build the internals a bit to take the abuse. So if you're sticking with the stock block, I say stick with it as it is and see how she runs
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