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Old 12-27-2008, 02:38 PM   #26
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* Yellow line is a PE1820 turbo CRAP POS *
I take offense to that
It really is a fun turbo that offers up great power and all around response on the 2.0

This setup went 112mph in the 1/4mile

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Old 12-27-2008, 02:45 PM   #27
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so it's basically a 18g/20g but you pay twice as much?
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Old 12-28-2008, 09:44 AM   #28
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so it's basically a 18g/20g but you pay twice as much?
Or you get it used and pay nothing
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Old 12-28-2008, 01:32 PM   #29
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Or you get it used and pay nothing
then why not get a used 18g/20g for even cheaper?
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Old 12-28-2008, 01:59 PM   #30
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General's self / built tuned Holset HE351 setup (www.generaltji.com)



I don't have a lot of data yet for this setup (tracks are closed, dyno's are far away and don't mean too much to me anyway).

I can just give some info right now on what I see in my logs:

In 5th and 6th, it will build full boost by 3800 rpms. Peak g/s airflow usually happens around 6900-7000 rpms (I don't taper boost, I run what I want to run on the top end, and just run the same in the mid section), airflow starts to drop off after but not very much (holds close out to 7100) I have my MAF scaled pretty darn close.. if anything my numbers are low... At 19psi relative to sea level it will move around 330-340 g/s (with E85 timing and 12.1:1 afr's thats probably good for 350whp or a little more... at this altitude ~ 6700ft)

My old t3/t4 setup trapped 114mph at about the same boost (less actual g/s airflow) and a richer mixture. This setup feels hands down stronger at the same boost and moves more air in the logs, I have to assume it will trap a couple miles per hour faster AT LEAST.

Scary part is this turbo is pushing 22psi up here (19 relative).. and should be happy up to 30 maybe 35psi) If I had a motor that felt the same about that I'd be looking to experience it a little .. it feels great now!)
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Old 12-28-2008, 02:26 PM   #31
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Old 12-28-2008, 02:28 PM   #32
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i've got a blouch 20g td05 8cm with the following mods
turboxs fmic
deatschwerks 750's
cobb short ram intake
gimmick speed inlet
hks turbo back exhaust


i made 309/287 on 93
and on 100 octane 351/326
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Old 12-28-2008, 04:24 PM   #33
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then why not get a used 18g/20g for even cheaper?
Ball bearing, designed to work with our 2.0s and to be as efficient as possible. It came along at the right price(far below that of a new one and far below a new 18/20g), minimal mileage, IDK I wanted something different. I got 20g performance without the 20g pricetag, go hate somwhere else.

Why not ask General why he didnt do a GT30 or some other comparible turbo?
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Old 12-28-2008, 04:30 PM   #34
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i've got a blouch 20g td05 8cm with the following mods
turboxs fmic
deatschwerks 750's
cobb short ram intake
gimmick speed inlet
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i made 309/287 on 93
and on 100 octane 351/326
Thanks for the contribution but you're not done with the info

Dyno type and altitude please.
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Old 12-28-2008, 05:07 PM   #35
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Why not ask General why he didnt do a GT30 or some other comparible turbo?
$200 for a good condition / impressive turbo

And well... lots and lots and lots of hours of building/tuning it..

And I'm all about doing things a little different when I can.
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Old 12-28-2008, 07:09 PM   #36
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A VF ANYTHING does not qualify here, nor does anything that's NOT a 2.0, whether 205/207, or a built combo of either. Also, anything off-topic will be deleted, because I want this thread to have a high concentration of relevant info.

wrxej205, a VF34 falls WAY short of 600CFM, which is why your post doesn't exist anymore . That's why I didn't post anything about my personal EvoIII setup.
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Old 12-28-2008, 11:12 PM   #37
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lol..........
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Old 12-29-2008, 11:42 AM   #38
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anybody out there with a big turbo at high elevation 5k-8k? if so hows the lag?
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Old 12-29-2008, 06:10 PM   #39
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anybody out there with a big turbo at high elevation 5k-8k? if so hows the lag?


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In 5th and 6th, it will build full boost by 3800 rpms. Peak g/s airflow usually happens around 6900-7000 rpms...at this altitude ~ 6700ft...

Try reading a bit. It works wonders...
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Old 12-30-2008, 01:54 AM   #40
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Try reading a bit. It works wonders...
ha, thx, i've read the whole tread, i guess i just skipped the part about 6700ft.
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Old 12-30-2008, 02:03 AM   #41
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Old 12-30-2008, 02:05 AM   #42
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A VF ANYTHING does not qualify here, nor does anything that's NOT a 2.0, whether 205/207, or a built combo of either. Also, anything off-topic will be deleted, because I want this thread to have a high concentration of relevant info.

wrxej205, a VF34 falls WAY short of 600CFM, which is why your post doesn't exist anymore . That's why I didn't post anything about my personal EvoIII setup.
if we wanna get real technical, anyone with an 18g shouldnt post either, they max out at 605cfm. should be 20g and above.
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Old 12-30-2008, 03:36 AM   #43
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wanna post up the numbers and et's.....
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Old 12-30-2008, 04:47 AM   #44
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He lives in alaska. No Dynos here...so go... Believe he was road tuned by Jarrad from PDX. He flew up here last summer and tuned a bunch of cars VIA Road/Street Tuning...340+whp bare min would be my guess. Maybe he has Logs from the tune. ill check with him. Search his profile if your wondering that much...

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Old 12-30-2008, 11:06 AM   #45
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if we wanna get real technical, anyone with an 18g shouldnt post either, they max out at 605cfm. should be 20g and above.
My 8cm is 610cfm. If they max out at 605 and this thread is 600+ then technically shouldn't they be included?
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My 8cm is 610cfm. If they max out at 605 and this thread is 600+ then technically shouldn't they be included?
Well 600+cfm meaning not put your barely surviving turbo in here thats already MAXED! why would we care to know about your 8cm hotside that is pushing +10more CFM then the bare min of this thread? isnt this why audio didnt post about his big16g cause....hmmm maybe they damn near push the samn CFM...Just a thought?
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Old 12-30-2008, 11:28 AM   #47
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Nevermind, delete this. Lets keep this thread for big turbo posts.

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Old 12-30-2008, 11:43 AM   #48
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Then why wouldn't he ask for 650+cfm? It says 600+cfm and you're complaining when people post turbos over 600 cfm? I'm not saying the 18g is a big turbo by any means, but he asked for 600+ and the 18g is 600+. The deadbolt 20g is only 640cfm so you're saying 10cfm isn't a lot but some how another 30 makes it big enough?
calm down guys. hes just trying to say the whole point of this thread is about big setups. we all know 18gs are one of the most common turbo swaps and there are plenty enough data on nasioc. we're looking for the bigger turbos because not many 2.0l guys get them.

i'm not saying i wouldn't like to see your 18g setup. i'm just saying not here because we're looking for mainly 20g+
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That's fine. I was just saying that a 20g isn't a whole lot bigger than an 18g and I was just trying to post per the OPs request. I'll have a nice shiny 850 cfm turbo for you guys to see soon.
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That's fine. I was just saying that a 20g isn't a whole lot bigger than an 18g and I was just trying to post per the OPs request. I'll have a nice shiny 850 cfm turbo for you guys to see soon.

A 20g is actually significantly larger than an 18g, by about 50 cfm. But you know, an 18g IS more than 600CFM, so it DOES qualify, although it's not really what this thread is about.

I'd rather see 20G+, but 18Gs are welcome and as said in the OP, the idea here is to have a very comprehensive list of solidly powerful 2.0s. I'd rather have a few MORE than necessary than a few LESS than necessary.

And I'll say this one more time.
If you're going to post dyno numbers, post also the type of dyno, the fuel used, and the altitude. And if possible, some base numbers like stock 2.0 numbers or stock STi numbers on the same dyno. We need some type of reference point or all these comparisons are moot.
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