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Old 08-26-2009, 05:35 PM   #51
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I can't wait to get my gt3582!!!
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Old 08-27-2009, 12:33 AM   #52
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I just received an email from ATP, stating they are on target to release the stock location twin-scroll turbo by the end of 2009 for Subaru's.


I asked them the same question a while back and never got an answer. Since you seem to have their attention... can you ask if they'll sell the exhaust housings separately for customers who want to upgrade to TS?
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Old 08-27-2009, 04:30 AM   #53
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i have the apt 35r built and tuned by EQ tuning and made 397awhp and 350ftq on 91 oct cali pump gas.. car pulls so hard.
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Old 08-27-2009, 04:40 AM   #54
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I like this turbo. I put a atp 3076 ewg on my DD (05 sti) with front mount, meth, 850 injectors and other supporting mods. It ran 376.6whp with 376.2lbs tq but it was a kind of a hot/humid day when we ran it. It's a nice turbo and fit in the stock location quite well. I'll try to get my dyno graph up on here.
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Old 08-29-2009, 01:17 AM   #55
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Am i the only person wanting to see a GT28RS on a 2L?
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Old 08-29-2009, 01:36 AM   #56
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Am i the only person wanting to see a GT28RS on a 2L?
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Old 09-01-2009, 05:02 PM   #57
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I asked them the same question a while back and never got an answer. Since you seem to have their attention... can you ask if they'll sell the exhaust housings separately for customers who want to upgrade to TS?
+1 i have a guy lined up to sell me his ewg'd atp 3076. ive always loved the idea of twin scroll but never wanted to sell all the parts i already had to go rotated. as of now, i have the perrin headers, but if need be i would swap those out and throw a ts uppipe in the mix and wholaa. i would sure love to have a ts 30r for my dd 06sti with meth, oooooooo baby here i come.
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Old 09-01-2009, 05:30 PM   #58
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I just received an email from ATP, stating they are on target to release the stock location twin-scroll turbo by the end of 2009 for Subaru's.
That's cool and all but none of our cars came with a twin-scroll exhaust manifold (USDM spec) sooo if you want to run that it will require a new exhaust manifold and uppipe...so why not just go rotated?
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Old 09-01-2009, 05:51 PM   #59
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That's cool and all but none of our cars came with a twin-scroll exhaust manifold (USDM spec) sooo if you want to run that it will require a new exhaust manifold and uppipe...so why not just go rotated?
for those of us who are stg 2 or already have a dp and intake setup. too easy, get a twin scroll uppipe combo from full race. Im sure they have something cooked up for a stock location ts setup.
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Old 09-01-2009, 05:57 PM   #60
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for those of us who are stg 2 or already have a dp and intake setup. too easy, get a twin scroll uppipe combo from full race. Im sure they have something cooked up for a stock location ts setup.
Still need the lower manifold. $$$$
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Old 09-01-2009, 06:03 PM   #61
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gotta pay to play, full races twin scroll headers and 1.5 uppipe is twin scroll all the way to the turbo, then goes single port. but still thats 3k for that setup. http://www.full-race.com/catalog/pro...oducts_id=1947
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Old 09-01-2009, 06:53 PM   #62
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I know what you mean, I'm right there with you as far as being "stage 2". But you need more than just an uppipe to maximize a twin-scroll set-up. To get the benefits of a twinscroll turbo you also need the exhaust manifold. The exhaust pulses from each bank are never combined in a true twinscroll set-up and that's what gives you the quicker spool.
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Old 09-01-2009, 07:07 PM   #63
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I think I'm about to bite on a atp35. We'll see and I'll post results when they come in.

I also want to thank EFI logics for answering my questions about these turbo's and giving me a good idea what I'm getting myself into.

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Old 09-01-2009, 07:20 PM   #64
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I know what you mean, I'm right there with you as far as being "stage 2". But you need more than just an uppipe to maximize a twin-scroll set-up. To get the benefits of a twinscroll turbo you also need the exhaust manifold. The exhaust pulses from each bank are never combined in a true twinscroll set-up and that's what gives you the quicker spool.
lol the link i posted has the twin scroll headers included. the uppipe included in that particular combo is twin scroll up to the turbo which the uppipe then becomes singel outlet. so yes, in turn, if you could get a twin scroll turbine housing, you would need a full twin scroll uppipe. however i am curious how the atp twin scroll ewg housing would look and perform.
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Old 09-02-2009, 01:10 PM   #65
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A quick update on the ATP 3582, I install one on the "Tonka" in which we managed to run 10.41@131 w/ FPRed like a month ago and went to the dyno last night. Very impressed with this turbo. I'll be posting later more info but things I noticed. I used to have @ 30psi on the Red +-550whp - constant. "what I mean by constant is that I could do various runs on the dyno and get similar results w/o the need to be cooling down and stuff" we were having an issue that as soon as I hit 31 psi the car would loose HP. Last night at the same boost no other change than just the turbo we were doing multiple runs of 583-587whp. The boost was dropping to 29psi. The car felt smoother and more comftable with it. I try doing a run at 33psi but the Perrin inlet hose started collapsing @ 6600rpms so we couldn't get a final result but at the point it collapsed it was already at 581whp and the graph showed a constant gained of 30whp until that moment. I'll be hitting the track tonight to try getting data from the runs. Hope everything goes well!!!
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Old 09-02-2009, 01:17 PM   #66
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A quick update on the ATP 3582, I install one on the "Tonka" in which we managed to run 10.41@131 w/ FPRed like a month ago and went to the dyno last night. Very impressed with this turbo. I'll be posting later more info but things I noticed. I used to have @ 30psi on the Red +-550whp - constant. "what I mean by constant is that I could do various runs on the dyno and get similar results w/o the need to be cooling down and stuff" we were having an issue that as soon as I hit 31 psi the car would loose HP. Last night at the same boost no other change than just the turbo we were doing multiple runs of 583-587whp. The boost was dropping to 29psi. The car felt smoother and more comftable with it. I try doing a run at 33psi but the Perrin inlet hose started collapsing @ 6600rpms so we couldn't get a final result but at the point it collapsed it was already at 581whp and the graph showed a constant gained of 30whp until that moment. I'll be hitting the track tonight to try getting data from the runs. Hope everything goes well!!!
How is the spool compared to the red? is it EWG or IWG?

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Old 09-02-2009, 03:47 PM   #67
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EWG and honestly could notice any big difference on the spooling!!
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Old 09-02-2009, 04:31 PM   #68
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A quick update on the ATP 3582, I install one on the "Tonka" in which we managed to run 10.41@131 w/ FPRed like a month ago and went to the dyno last night. Very impressed with this turbo. I'll be posting later more info but things I noticed. I used to have @ 30psi on the Red +-550whp - constant. "what I mean by constant is that I could do various runs on the dyno and get similar results w/o the need to be cooling down and stuff" we were having an issue that as soon as I hit 31 psi the car would loose HP. Last night at the same boost no other change than just the turbo we were doing multiple runs of 583-587whp. The boost was dropping to 29psi. The car felt smoother and more comftable with it. I try doing a run at 33psi but the Perrin inlet hose started collapsing @ 6600rpms so we couldn't get a final result but at the point it collapsed it was already at 581whp and the graph showed a constant gained of 30whp until that moment. I'll be hitting the track tonight to try getting data from the runs. Hope everything goes well!!!
What other mods are on this beast? Also block/heads/cams? if you don't mind
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Just found this guy has an FP HTA 3076 with the ATP twin scroll hot side and the Full Race twin scroll setup.
http://www.tristatetuners.com/forum/...ad.php?t=53833

EDIT: no posted numbers, dead thread.

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What other mods are on this beast? Also block/heads/cams? if you don't mind
Ecutek Reflash
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Old 09-02-2009, 05:39 PM   #71
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A quick update on the ATP 3582, I install one on the "Tonka" in which we managed to run 10.41@131 w/ FPRed like a month ago and went to the dyno last night. Very impressed with this turbo. I'll be posting later more info but things I noticed. I used to have @ 30psi on the Red +-550whp - constant. "what I mean by constant is that I could do various runs on the dyno and get similar results w/o the need to be cooling down and stuff" we were having an issue that as soon as I hit 31 psi the car would loose HP. Last night at the same boost no other change than just the turbo we were doing multiple runs of 583-587whp. The boost was dropping to 29psi. The car felt smoother and more comftable with it. I try doing a run at 33psi but the Perrin inlet hose started collapsing @ 6600rpms so we couldn't get a final result but at the point it collapsed it was already at 581whp and the graph showed a constant gained of 30whp until that moment. I'll be hitting the track tonight to try getting data from the runs. Hope everything goes well!!!
Thats exactly what i would expect, i would even expect some faster spool, afterall the FP RED is a bastard stock location journal bearing turbo with a 35R sized compressor wheel is it not?
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Just found this guy has an FP HTA 3076 with the ATP twin scroll hot side and the Full Race twin scroll setup.
http://www.tristatetuners.com/forum/...ad.php?t=53833

EDIT: no posted numbers, dead thread.
is not a stock location setup

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Thats exactly what i would expect, i would even expect some faster spool, afterall the FP RED is a bastard stock location journal bearing turbo with a 35R sized compressor wheel is it not?
Yes
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Old 09-02-2009, 06:08 PM   #73
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i know, i kinda kicked myself after i posted...i just started reading and saw the atp twin scroll hotside that was mentioned above. i'm sure they could fab up if not already a twin scroll uppipe to mate with their headers for a stock location.
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Old 09-14-2009, 07:30 PM   #74
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hey efilogics -- i just saw this thread, and i am with you the ATP stock location subaru GT turbo is a fantastic unit - excellent value and the performance is second to none. EWG is definitely the way to go on this one! the wheel aero alone on the GT 10 blade turbine wheels is sooo much better than any of these other stock location turbos on the market


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for those of us who are stg 2 or already have a dp and intake setup. too easy, get a twin scroll uppipe combo from full race. Im sure they have something cooked up for a stock location ts setup.
thanks for the post, these ATP turbos are really what we designed our "1.5scroll" headers around -- using the twinscroll runners, with a divided up pipe merging at the singlescroll collector/flange for the stock location turbo.. it delivers some of the exhaust flow/anti reversion benefits of twinscroll, but with the convenience/simplicity of stock location singlescroll. The performance weve seen so far from these two stock location 35Rs is excellent

yimisport's 08 sti w/ forged pistons, stock cams, 1.5scroll atp 35R




http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1645375


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im getting the atp3076r i was carious what turbo inlet everyone was using im having a hard time deciding.
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