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Old 10-29-2012, 11:18 PM   #151
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That sl2 isn't well suited for the 60-1. Maybe if you add 10cm housing
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Old 10-29-2012, 11:36 PM   #152
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How is the 25g SL2 supposed to be in comparison to the 60-1 SL2
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Old 10-30-2012, 12:05 AM   #153
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^ how much does that 25g go for btw
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Old 10-30-2012, 01:19 AM   #154
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That sl2 isn't well suited for the 60-1. Maybe if you add 10cm housing
The wheel size is very similar to a gt3076r, 60-1, 76.8/59.5 compared to a gt30's 76.2/57, The td06sl2 wheel 54/61mm, gt30 wheel is 55/60mm. Lots of variables there, wheel efficiency, bearings, housings, etc but they are similar.
The td06h wheel is kinda big at 67.14/58.8mm in an 8cm housing, never had much luck with it.
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Old 10-30-2012, 09:38 AM   #155
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^what you think about the TD06SL2 turbine wheel on 8cm2 housing and 20G compressor wheel.
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Old 10-30-2012, 11:14 AM   #156
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The wheel size is very similar to a gt3076r, 60-1, 76.8/59.5 compared to a gt30's 76.2/57, The td06sl2 wheel 54/61mm, gt30 wheel is 55/60mm. Lots of variables there, wheel efficiency, bearings, housings, etc but they are similar.
The td06h wheel is kinda big at 67.14/58.8mm in an 8cm housing, never had much luck with i..
Just following by example. FP used the td06H 11 blade with their 60-1 7cm. They had to start clipping the turbine wheel to make it perform better until they came out with a bigger turbine housing. The Sl2 is the smaller of the Td06 wheels. I believe AMR started to use the 60-1 with the Sl2 turbine in their T60. Again performance wasn't always there until they the 10cm2 housing came out. More power and harldy any spool loss
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Old 10-30-2012, 11:15 AM   #157
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^what you think about the TD06SL2 turbine wheel on 8cm2 housing and 20G compressor wheel.
Perfect combo
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Old 10-30-2012, 12:21 PM   #158
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well I think it could be perfect if the 20G compressor wheel was an STS billet , I should get the turbo (non-biltet) next week still wtg for tracking number.

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Old 10-30-2012, 06:39 PM   #159
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Just following by example. FP used the td06H 11 blade with their 60-1 7cm. They had to start clipping the turbine wheel to make it perform better until they came out with a bigger turbine housing. The Sl2 is the smaller of the Td06 wheels. I believe AMR started to use the 60-1 with the Sl2 turbine in their T60. Again performance wasn't always there until they the 10cm2 housing came out. More power and harldy any spool loss
I hear you... I'm just taking a different approach for what my goals are.
I have a forester, fmic is not an option for a couple of reasons so I needed to find a turbo that will spool up early and not heat up my tmic.
The 60-1 likes lower boost, sweet spot is between 18-23 psi. The td06sl2 will spool quicker than the td06h, so I bought the kinugawa 60-1 wheel, their td06sl2 wheel and built my turbo using a kamak rebuild kit, used bearing housing, used td06sl2 ported 8cm^2 turbine housing and a new kinugawa 2.4" 60-1 compressor housing. My wastegate actuator was an el cheapo bobbled together on this run. Car is torn apart again and I'll get my new kinugawa actuator on eventually.
Goal was around 350 hp on a 2008+ tmic and fast spool.

My 2005 fxt has an '05 sti drive train swap, brembos etc.
I'm actually conservative on the weight but just wanted to show how fast it gets up.

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^what you think about the TD06SL2 turbine wheel on 8cm2 housing and 20G compressor wheel.
I agree, this is a great combination, I've run it and liked it a lot.
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Old 11-02-2012, 07:17 PM   #160
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I really like these turbos im thinking about the twin scroll 20 or 25G with the Moore Performance rotated kit. The quality looks great and when I talked with Moore Performance awhile back they have been keeping an eye on these turbos and thought they look like a really good alternative to the higher priced 20G model turbos.
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Old 11-08-2012, 01:13 PM   #161
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Haha after 5 years on indecisiveness, my dream of upgrading the TD04 is coming into fruition, today received a TD06SL2 8cm2 20G & ELH from Kinagawa Taiwan, quick shipping and nice packaging.




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Old 11-08-2012, 02:33 PM   #162
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They take care of it

Let us known when it goes in. I doubt I'll be done building my kinugawa frankenturbo yet.

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Old 11-08-2012, 06:52 PM   #163
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Anyone ever try and calling the US kinugawa number? Don't mean to be racist but its so funny. If you called it you know what I mean.
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Old 11-08-2012, 09:10 PM   #164
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Old 11-10-2012, 09:35 AM   #165
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What can I say I am floored by the quality, attention to detail, quality of components especially compared to an old school 18G I bought brand new long time ago and never installed. This turbo has no play and quality of castings is superb vs Blouch. Packaging well judge for yourselves, my Blouch came with a flimsy box with thin walled cardboard, here expanding foam with vacuum sealed bags.

Components provided even include a braided line.









Marking to ensure it was high speed balanced. No shaft play.


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Old 11-10-2012, 10:13 AM   #166
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Wow.... Put that gasket on the turbo (where the up pipe connects) and take a pic. The port looks BiG, as if it is already gasket matched!


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What can I say I am floored by the quality, attention to detail, quality of components especially compared to an old school 18G I bought brand new long time ago and never installed. This turbo has no play and quality of castings is superb vs Blouch. Packaging well judge for yourselves, my Blouch came with a flimsy box with thin walled cardboard, here expanding foam with vacuum sealed bags.

Components provided even include a braided line.

Marking to ensure it was high speed balanced.
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Old 11-10-2012, 10:27 AM   #167
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Old 11-10-2012, 10:33 AM   #168
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And to mate with the turbo I got this too...







Nicely ported

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Wow. Not bad at all. You can match it to the gasket with a sanding cartridge. No bits required really. Just check it with an oem Subaru gasket too. Just in case this gasket is off in size.

I heard this once, and the logic makes sense, since the exhaust gas is flowing towards the turbine, the turbine inlet can be a hair bigger than the gasket. BUT it is important to have mating surface the gas is flowing from be a hair smaller than the gasket.

This ensure there is never a lip...
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Old 11-10-2012, 11:29 AM   #170
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Old 11-10-2012, 05:39 PM   #171
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Anyone know if tgv deletes are needed to clear the td06sl2-20g-8cm? This is going to be on a 2011 forester xt using the lgt fitment turbo which is the the same fitment and motor as the 08+wrx. I would think it should bolt rite in place of the vf52 i have in there now with out any clearance issues but just want to be sure.
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Old 11-10-2012, 05:56 PM   #172
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Pretty sure that would depend on which version you order. If it's available with a 3'' inlet then it won't clear unless u have the TGVs deleted.
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Nope going with the 2.4 inlet so i think i should be good to go.
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Old 11-12-2012, 12:35 PM   #174
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I met with the Kamak guys (make stuff for/under Kinugawa) at SEMA last week and spoke with them for a long time. They are a nice bunch and super willing to accommodate requests and show off their products. I've been to Taiwan an couple of times so we spoke about the area they're located in a bit. They told me all assembly takes place in the US for whatever that means.

I am running a VF-36 turbo (TS, BB) and I was asking them about when they'd have their ball bearing units ready. Basically, they told me they had no plans for ball bearing right now because they aren't easily rebuildable like journals. But I pressed them on it and they said they'd look into it.

He said he could build me a 3" 20G with antisurge housing and a 10CM TS hotside... But maybe that was the eager to please part of the sales job.

Nice guys though.

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And to mate with the turbo I got this too...
Wow that looks very nice, the turbo looks good to! When are you installing these parts? I'll be looking forward to your review on these.
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