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Old 06-13-2011, 08:19 PM   #151
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Have a pencil grinder on hand, I've read some posts about an engine machining tab needing to be ground off
Really? On the EJ207 or just the EJ257? Link?
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Old 06-13-2011, 09:35 PM   #152
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I'll take a picture of the tab in my engine bay, assuming I can't find the friggin thread again it's on the lower inboard side of the turbo's inlet when installed. Near the lower coolant line.
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Old 06-14-2011, 04:01 PM   #153
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Here is another SC46 single scroll which just cracked 500bhp (about 400whp). Not sure on the supporting mods but I did get the fuel/boost. Might be on a 2.0, waiting for an answer.

"v power with 16% meths, 1.7 bar,just shy of 500 ft/lb of torque"



I love how wide that powerband is, especially how it holds nearly 500bhp till 7500rpms.
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Old 06-14-2011, 04:31 PM   #154
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Daaaaamn... Power for days, 4,000 rpm worth. Hope it's a 2.0. 24.5 psi

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Old 06-14-2011, 05:39 PM   #155
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Daaaaamn... Power for days, 4,000 rpm worth. Hope it's a 2.0. 24.5 psi
Yeah it would be awesome on a road course. Now imagine it as the twin scroll on E85 and dropping 90lbs of rotational mass..... that will be me .
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Old 06-14-2011, 05:47 PM   #156
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going by the description in the Dyno Plot it says RB320. Which is the Richard Burns special edition making 320hp Stock. Those had a 2.5L STi engine...so if it is true it is not a 2.0L
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Old 06-14-2011, 05:56 PM   #157
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going by the description in the Dyno Plot it says RB320. Which is the Richard Burns special edition making 320hp Stock. Those had a 2.5L STi engine...so if it is true it is not a 2.0L
Running up to 7500 though?

Assuming it is a 2.5, it still looks great in terms of how it holds power up top.
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Old 06-14-2011, 06:32 PM   #158
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Running up to 7500 though?

Assuming it is a 2.5, it still looks great in terms of how it holds power up top.
Honestly its quite common and proven that 2.5L can safely handle 7500 rpm's. So i am not at all surprised if it is a 2.5L. Let alone the amount of torque it created down low.
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Old 06-14-2011, 10:59 PM   #159
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Honestly its quite common and proven that 2.5L can safely handle 7500 rpm's. So i am not at all surprised if it is a 2.5L. Let alone the amount of torque it created down low.
From what I've seen though a 2.5L either makes great power down low then falls off, or makes great power up top and starts late. This power band resembles a long rod motor, like a 2.34 liter or something similar. Reference Maxwell Power Services for that block info.
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Old 06-15-2011, 02:05 PM   #160
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I'll take a picture of the tab in my engine bay, assuming I can't find the friggin thread again it's on the lower inboard side of the turbo's inlet when installed. Near the lower coolant line.
Any luck?

Here's a thread I found about issues, he managed to fit it with some elbow grease.
http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1906859

I think for me, it will be easier as I have the JDM engine which has the long runners and no TGV's, a lot more room. Combine that with my 8mm phenolic spacers and maybe I will be ok.
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Old 06-15-2011, 04:03 PM   #161
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Yeah I think you'll be fine, pretty sure that guy was attempting to retain his TGVs as well. Are you running FMIC or TMIC? Will the 8mm spacers affect your hood clearance ?
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Old 06-15-2011, 05:32 PM   #162
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Yeah I think you'll be fine, pretty sure that guy was attempting to retain his TGVs as well. Are you running FMIC or TMIC? Will the 8mm spacers affect your hood clearance ?
From what I've read the 8mm should be fine. I plan to run a PW TMIC, keep as much response as possible plus I've seen a few pushing 400whp+ with the PW.
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From what I've read the 8mm should be fine. I plan to run a PW TMIC, keep as much response as possible plus I've seen a few pushing 400whp+ with the PW.
I always thought that 8mm spacers added too much height for a TMIC and was recommended for those with a FMIC?

Also who is going to be tuning your car? I think you might of said it once...
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Old 06-15-2011, 06:03 PM   #164
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Thought he said clark
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Old 06-15-2011, 06:12 PM   #165
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I always thought that 8mm spacers added too much height for a TMIC and was recommended for those with a FMIC?

Also who is going to be tuning your car? I think you might of said it once...
I talked to grimmspeed and they said 8mm will be fine. I'm going to get a tune from Clark Turner as he has the most experience with the EJ207.
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I talked to grimmspeed and they said 8mm will be fine. I'm going to get a tune from Clark Turner as he has the most experience with the EJ207.
Good to know GS says 8mm is fine. I too have a Process West TMIC and would like to know how well it fits with those 8mm spacers. Let us know how the fitment is once you get it all put back together.

Also on a different note, I have finally been able to get in contact with CBRD and their Authorized Reseller ProSpeed Racing for their BBK Twin Scroll 20G variant. Unfortunately I don't have exact details yet and Troy at ProSpeed is contacting Blouch and CBRD on exact specs. I will let you guys know once I hear back.
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Good to know GS says 8mm is fine. I too have a Process West TMIC and would like to know how well it fits with those 8mm spacers. Let us know how the fitment is once you get it all put back together.

Also on a different note, I have finally been able to get in contact with CBRD and their Authorized Reseller ProSpeed Racing for their BBK Twin Scroll 20G variant. Unfortunately I don't have exact details yet and Troy at ProSpeed is contacting Blouch and CBRD on exact specs. I will let you guys know once I hear back.
I'll post up plenty of pics when I do the install

So is the CBRD made by Blouch? Like how scoobyclinic turbos are made by Blouch.
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I'll post up plenty of pics when I do the install

So is the CBRD made by Blouch? Like how scoobyclinic turbos are made by Blouch.
Yup Blouch makes the CBRD Turbo's. However CBRD is known for having things made to their Specs, so they could be slightly different. So hopefully in the next day or two, Troy from ProSpeed will hear back from Blouch and CBRD on the specs to their TS Turbo's.
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[quote=LIQUIDSK8S;34362004]Here is another SC46 single scroll which just cracked 500bhp (about 400whp).

Aw man.. you got me all excited till I saw single scroll. Thanks everyone for contributing to this thread. I have been thinking about a TS kit for my 2010 sti for along time. I even have a JDM header I bought for real cheap as an impulse and now I don't know what to do with it. Well other then having it sit next to me on the couch when I am feeling lonely
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Here is another SC46 single scroll which just cracked 500bhp (about 400whp).

Aw man.. you got me all excited till I saw single scroll. Thanks everyone for contributing to this thread. I have been thinking about a TS kit for my 2010 sti for along time. I even have a JDM header I bought for real cheap as an impulse and now I don't know what to do with it. Well other then having it sit next to me on the couch when I am feeling lonely
Honestly i don't see why you are let down. The Twin Scroll has the potential to produce just as much HP. However the biggest reason to go Twin Scroll is the transient response you get from it. So i say sit tight and lets all wait for Liquidsk8s to get tuned and i know we won't be let down.
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Oh I am certainly not let down. I just got overly excited when I saw that dyno plot. The 2.5XTR SS is a proven performer, and will probably be the turbo I put on my car if I steer away from TS. Its pulling like a freight train all the way to red line because of the 10cm hot side it probably has on it. I have had more tuners tell me to slap that turbo on and "call it a day" then I can count on both hands.
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Oh I am certainly not let down. I just got overly excited when I saw that dyno plot. The 2.5XTR SS is a proven performer, and will probably be the turbo I put on my car if I steer away from TS. Its pulling like a freight train all the way to red line because of the 10cm hot side it probably has on it. I have had more tuners tell me to slap that turbo on and "call it a day" then I can count on both hands.
The ScoobyClinic SC46 Single Scroll uses a 7cm housing only. Kev from ScoobyClinic just mentioned this in the SC Billet Thread recently. They just recently started offering an 8cm Turbine housing however. Also the SC46 is more like a DOM 1.5XTR as it uses a 56.5mm Turbine and not a 60mm Turbine as the 2.5XTR uses. Compressor wheels on both models are still 49lb/min.
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well, I ain't putting the sc46, here's why
if anyone can help me out with those damm fittings and lines, that'd be great
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Old 06-21-2011, 12:03 PM   #174
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Time to contribute

Got my SC46, here it is, next to VF36





I just noticed this. There's a difference between the SC46 Twin scroll that scoobyclinic posted and this one.

This is the scoobyclinic. I'm going to call Blouch for some info on this.
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Old 06-21-2011, 07:40 PM   #175
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What kind of differences
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