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Old 05-01-2011, 08:33 PM   #26
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Old 05-02-2011, 09:27 AM   #27
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Also, the sc46 is listed as being "capable of" 490 bhp. The fact that a 2 liter was able to virtually max out this turbo on e85 (assuming an 18% drivetrain loss) at 398 whp while keeping with stock location and spool up characteristic is very impressive. Especially considering it would make those numbers on a 3076r with a painful increase in lag.

Edit: I guess that was e85 AND Meth. My error.
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Old 05-02-2011, 09:52 AM   #28
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Look for the screen name "gling" he ran a 3076r on a Ver. 8 block. 280 torque, 350 whp. That was a .63 a/r btw, so about as fast as you can get it to build. Max torque at 4800 rpm ( lower torque than a vf37 too )

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Old 05-04-2011, 11:58 PM   #29
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Lame rollback. Lots of information to repost here now
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Old 05-05-2011, 10:29 AM   #30
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Lame rollback. Lots of information to repost here now
Good thing I remember the changes I made to the OP, PITA though.
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Old 05-05-2011, 11:02 AM   #31
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Good thing I remember the changes I made to the OP, PITA though.
Same crap happening with Sony's PS3 network.
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Old 05-05-2011, 11:15 AM   #32
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great thread...good to see the TS's getting some attention.
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Old 05-05-2011, 12:35 PM   #33
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Guess I need to resubscribe again...
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Old 05-05-2011, 12:45 PM   #34
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Old 05-10-2011, 02:28 PM   #35
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Just added new info on the Blouch SC46. I talked to them a few min ago and they offer both the standard 2.4" inlet and a 3" for an extra $100.
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Old 05-10-2011, 02:41 PM   #36
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Just added new info on the Blouch SC46. I talked to them a few min ago and they offer both the standard 2.4" inlet and a 3" for an extra $100.
Good info man. How do you order one?
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Old 05-10-2011, 03:02 PM   #37
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Good info man. How do you order one?
For the SC46 (2.5XT-R) you just send in the VF36/37 with your info and what you want done. The standard setup runs $1600, adding the P&P/thermal coating/3" inlet takes it up to $2k.

The Litchfield turbo at $2,400 (depending on the exchange) is roughly the same price at the end of the day when you factor in selling your current VF36/37. Now if you don't have a VF36/37 it makes more sense to go with Litchfield or just get a smaller twin scroll from Blouch as those use their custom housings.
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Old 05-10-2011, 03:43 PM   #38
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good stuff in here! Thanks for mentioning the Moore Performance kits; I've been helping them r&d them for a good bit now.

We have a number of things in the works, so i'll be sure that myself, or Ryan Moore (owner) puts details up in here.

One thing that I will say about these kits is that the turbo choices are way up there, and you don't have to send anything in for a core. Last time i checked, there are over 30 Evo turbos that will bolt to what we are doing, and that number seems to go up every month.

We plan to add 30+ more twin scroll turbos to the lineup soon! Here's a graph from one of the setups (not sure if it was linked to yet....stupid rollback!) showing spool/hp potential (shut off early due to ic hose issue)
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good stuff in here! Thanks for mentioning the Moore Performance kits; I've been helping them r&d them for a good bit now.

We have a number of things in the works, so i'll be sure that myself, or Ryan Moore (owner) puts details up in here.

One thing that I will say about these kits is that the turbo choices are way up there, and you don't have to send anything in for a core. Last time i checked, there are over 30 Evo turbos that will bolt to what we are doing, and that number seems to go up every month.

We plan to add 30+ more twin scroll turbos to the lineup soon! Here's a graph from one of the setups (not sure if it was linked to yet....stupid rollback!) showing spool/hp potential (shut off early due to ic hose issue)
Would you post what turbo this is and whether it's a 2.0L or 2.5L Dyno Plot.
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good stuff in here! Thanks for mentioning the Moore Performance kits; I've been helping them r&d them for a good bit now.

We have a number of things in the works, so i'll be sure that myself, or Ryan Moore (owner) puts details up in here.

One thing that I will say about these kits is that the turbo choices are way up there, and you don't have to send anything in for a core. Last time i checked, there are over 30 Evo turbos that will bolt to what we are doing, and that number seems to go up every month.

We plan to add 30+ more twin scroll turbos to the lineup soon! Here's a graph from one of the setups (not sure if it was linked to yet....stupid rollback!) showing spool/hp potential (shut off early due to ic hose issue)
I've been following the Moore thread for awhile now, it really is a awesome idea which has been showing great results. I'm waiting to see the new pipe which will allow use of the TMIC and also the new up-pipe which bolts up to the stock twin scroll headers. I really think the up-pipe is a great idea considering all the guys running around with stock twin scroll setups. Then factor in all of the brits etc who could run it. The price would also be significantly lower not needing the custom headers.

Many of us are looking forward to these results, and also results on a EJ207 if possible. The quick spool and strong top end of the EVO turbo's are a big plus. Keep us updated with any info, this thread is for sharing results on all the different twin scroll options
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well i saw those dyno results for the SC46 on the E85 and methanol, my question to the guys at scoobyclinic is id liketo see some figures for Normal pumped gas around 93 octane with methanol what figures would it ptoduce.

Where i am thats about what i would do for my daily ddriven sti.
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Old 05-13-2011, 01:56 PM   #42
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well i saw those dyno results for the SC46 on the E85 and methanol, my question to the guys at scoobyclinic is id liketo see some figures for Normal pumped gas around 93 octane with methanol what figures would it ptoduce.

Where i am thats about what i would do for my daily ddriven sti.
Well its a 49lb turbo so the most it would support should be 380-400 to the wheels. I would expect 360-380 on pump straight, closer to 380 on meth. Could be more but most 2.5xt-r's I've seen do 360-380 on mustang dynos on pump.

Twin scroll versions of said turbo wouldn't likely produce higher numbers, but may spool slightly faster and be much more responsive throughout the power band.
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Well its a 49lb turbo so the most it would support should be 380-400 to the wheels. I would expect 360-380 on pump straight, closer to 380 on meth. Could be more but most 2.5xt-r's I've seen do 360-380 on mustang dynos on pump.

Twin scroll versions of said turbo wouldn't likely produce higher numbers, but may spool slightly faster and be much more responsive throughout the power band.
Besides it using a 49/lb compressor wheel, it's using the 56.5mm (1.5XT-R) Turbine instead of the 60mm Turbine thats in the (2.5XT-R). This will give faster spool and better transient response, but will sacrifice a bit of top end. Considering most of us in this thread have EJ207's, this is definitely worth losing a bit of top end for better spool and response.
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Old 05-13-2011, 03:17 PM   #44
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Most of these turbos on 2.5 liter application show no drop off in hp at 7k, have yet to see one at 8k. Also, note the 257's typically experience a drop off in power with faster spoiling turbos. Thereby being their tradeoff. I'd like to hear from mike about this turbo's ability to keep making power past 7k, but with the 10cm hot side I imagine it would.
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Old 05-13-2011, 03:18 PM   #45
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Side note, hurry up and bolt that bish on liquid!
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We have something in the works for you guys and it's on a car right now.... We're hoping to have some test results this weekend if all goes well.
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We have something in the works for you guys and it's on a car right now.... We're hoping to have some test results this weekend if all goes well.
Awesome!
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Old 05-16-2011, 04:54 AM   #49
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Time to contribute

Got my SC46, here it is, next to VF36





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Looks awesome Hyper

So when are you installing it and tuning it?
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