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Old 08-13-2011, 03:02 PM   #1
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So here is my question people. I recently (a month ago) blew my turbo that I had on my 04 STI. The turbo was labled with a mitsubishi sign on the back and on the inside of the cold side read 20G in permanent marker. I don't have the money right now to blow on the GTX35R that I want right now so I decided to go with the eBay special, "GODSPEED". I also went with the 20G assuming that it would be about the same as the turbo that was on there. I haven't heard anybody talk about the GODSPEED turbo first hand. It's always, "my friend", or, "I heard of a dude", or, I know a guy that knows a guy that knows a guy" type of reviews. But none first hand. So my question is, is there anyone out there that has actually ran the GODSPEED turbo on there set up? I for one will be doing a full review on it after everything is installed and set up. But I would like to know if there is anyone else out there in the same situation and what they think about it. I know they are a big company and they sell a lot of different items for different cars. There turbos also have a one year warrenty on them if installed by a "certified mechanic". Who's to say someone that has been working on cars for over ten years isn't anymore experianced than the guy that is certified and been working on cars for a year or two? So if anyone out there has ACTUALLY RAN THE GODSPEED TURBOS, then let me know what you think about them. Also some pics of the old, and the new.
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Old 08-13-2011, 03:29 PM   #2
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I knew this guy who knew this guy that was told by his friend that this other dude ran that turbo and said it "performed as expected." Not sure what that means but I hope it helps...good luck!











JK, why not just pick up a used FP Green or Blouch? You should probably have the tune tweaked regardless of the turbo you go with. Looks like you already made the purchase so I'm not sure what someones review is going to do for you. Just put it on and see how it does.
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Old 08-13-2011, 03:59 PM   #3
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So here is my question people. I recently (a month ago) blew my turbo that I had on my 04 STI. The turbo was labled with a mitsubishi sign on the back and on the inside of the cold side read 20G in permanent marker. I don't have the money right now to blow on the GTX35R that I want right now so I decided to go with the eBay special, "GODSPEED". I also went with the 20G assuming that it would be about the same as the turbo that was on there. I haven't heard anybody talk about the GODSPEED turbo first hand. It's always, "my friend", or, "I heard of a dude", or, I know a guy that knows a guy that knows a guy" type of reviews. But none first hand. So my question is, is there anyone out there that has actually ran the GODSPEED turbo on there set up? I for one will be doing a full review on it after everything is installed and set up. But I would like to know if there is anyone else out there in the same situation and what they think about it. I know they are a big company and they sell a lot of different items for different cars. There turbos also have a one year warrenty on them if installed by a "certified mechanic". Who's to say someone that has been working on cars for over ten years isn't anymore experianced than the guy that is certified and been working on cars for a year or two? So if anyone out there has ACTUALLY RAN THE GODSPEED TURBOS, then let me know what you think about them. Also some pics of the old, and the new.
Did you research the reviews of other Godspeed products? Everything I have seen has been bad. Poor fitment, low quality chinese CRAP.

When it comes to something like turbos, you are better off spending the extra coin on a name brand turbo. Blouch, FP, Garrett etc etc.
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Old 08-14-2011, 12:14 AM   #4
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Did you research the reviews of other Godspeed products? Everything I have seen has been bad. Poor fitment, low quality chinese CRAP.

When it comes to something like turbos, you are better off spending the extra coin on a name brand turbo. Blouch, FP, Garrett etc etc.

That doesn't answer my question though bro. I want to know about th e GS turbos. I bought one, of coarse people would say go with a garret, turbonetics, greddy, etc etc etc. If you put a Garret turbo up next to a GS, everything matches up just abou the same, other than the marks. Now when it comes to internals, I don't know. For an $800 GS turbo, compared to a $1200 Garrett, I don't know. I would like to see the list of parts used by both companys and compare. But still unable to find some first hand reviews on it.
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Old 08-14-2011, 12:18 AM   #5
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I knew this guy who knew this guy that was told by his friend that this other dude ran that turbo and said it "performed as expected." Not sure what that means but I hope it helps...good luck!











JK, why not just pick up a used FP Green or Blouch? You should probably have the tune tweaked regardless of the turbo you go with. Looks like you already made the purchase so I'm not sure what someones review is going to do for you. Just put it on and see how it does.

HAHAHA, damn, jokster. But I just kind of jumped into it. I really just wanted a brand new turbo instead of a used on to be honest with you. Looking back at it now, I probably would have found a used VF48. I was just skeptikal at first about buying a used turbo. But I would still like to see someone that has used one and maybe see what they thought about it. But very funny with the "knew a guy" joke. I laughed out loud.
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Old 08-14-2011, 02:28 AM   #6
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$800 for a Godspeed turbo???!!!! Too much $$ for Chinese crap. Get at used VF39 or VFXX, whatever you can find. Run it for awhile and save up some more $$ for a quality turbo such as Blouch.

Spending $800 on crap will make you wish u waited and saved another $400 or so on quality. Also, look at the Classifides section for a used FP or Blouch turbo as suggested above. A turbo is not something you should cheap out on.

Lastly, your original post is a wall of text. Please use paragraphs and space it out, as it will be much easier on the eyes. You will also get more responses b/c many people will just refuse to read it (I know I sometimes do).

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Old 08-14-2011, 12:16 PM   #7
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Close friend ran one on his civic si. Turbo blew in about 2 k under only 10 psi
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Old 08-14-2011, 12:53 PM   #8
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Close friend ran one on his civic si. Turbo blew in about 2 k under only 10 psi

You saw this turbo with your own eyes? And was it used? Or brand new?

I was thinking about break in period as well. Did he do a proper break in period? Or jump right into WOT after a couple minutes of it running.

I plan on giving the turbo a proper break in period. I'm guessing about 500 miles before building any boost. To at least give it a chance to get properly oiled and coolant flowing through it.

I also have an aftermarket oil line coming from P&L, (who I am not pleased with), that will allow the turbo to get the oil it needs.

Reading around, I see that the stock AVCS oil line, that runs from the front of the block to the back of the block, up to the turbo. And I broke it as well. : / But yeah let me know what you think about all that.
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Old 08-14-2011, 12:56 PM   #9
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$800 for a Godspeed turbo???!!!! Too much $$ for Chinese crap. Get at used VF39 or VFXX, whatever you can find. Run it for awhile and save up some more $$ for a quality turbo such as Blouch.

Spending $800 on crap will make you wish u waited and saved another $400 or so on quality. Also, look at the Classifides section for a used FP or Blouch turbo as suggested above. A turbo is not something you should cheap out on.

Lastly, your original post is a wall of text. Please use paragraphs and space it out, as it will be much easier on the eyes. You will also get more responses b/c many people will just refuse to read it (I know I sometimes do).

Well I spent 400 on the turbo. Off of ebay. But they go for 800 on their sight. That's why I said 800 dollar turbo.

And again, I know that a turbo is not something you should go cheap on, I'm trying to find other people out there that have used them, and seen what they thought about them.

I will remember in the future to "paragraph it up''. Thanks man.
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Old 08-16-2011, 09:53 AM   #11
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If you simply looking for justification for your purchase, you wont find it. You bought Godspeed, if you paid $800...then you got scammed, because brand new GS 20G's go for $200-300 on ebay...

Either way, they are crap, there have been many reviews and comparisons. You might find that 1 guy in 5000 that had luck with it, but he is the acceptation. Sure the snail "looks" the same... different internals, different quality(grade) meterial, crappy welds, poor design, and the list goes on.

A name brand Turbo will have 400+ in material costs alone...
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I bought one. got it for like $225 off ebay brand new in box. started blowing oil within first 10 miles!!!!!!!!! Junk....stay far far away. But if your interested, ill sell it to ya for like $100 bucks. probally has about 20 mins idle time on it. lol
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I was thinking about break in period as well. Did he do a proper break in period? Or jump right into WOT after a couple minutes of it running.

I plan on giving the turbo a proper break in period. I'm guessing about 500 miles before building any boost. To at least give it a chance to get properly oiled and coolant flowing through it.
Turbos don't require a break-in period, just make sure to prime it before you fire up the engine.
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I don't have the money right now to blow on the GTX35R that I want right now so I decided to go with the eBay special, "GODSPEED".
Now it looks like you have even less money to buy a turbo that will work for you.

The general idea is to research BEFORE you buy, not after.
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If you are a bottom feeder, be so with pride. Don't come here looking for justification. Buy your eBay turbo and rejoice....just be sure you have AAA coverage and are willing to spin the wheel o' reliability, heck it might just work.
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padifor, i might be interested in your turbo i want a decoration for my dorm room
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I had this same delima but went with the FP HTA68 on my 2011 WRX. Cost me $1100 witht he 8cm hotside, god deal i think!
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If you are a bottom feeder, be so with pride. Don't come here looking for justification. Buy your eBay turbo and rejoice....just be sure you have AAA coverage and are willing to spin the wheel o' reliability, heck it might just work.
Reading his posts I'm getting any indication that he is looking for justification for his purchase. He is very clear "So my question is, is there anyone out there that has actually ran the GODSPEED turbo on there set up?" Not someone who knows someone who knew a guy who lived next door to a guy etc.

I for one am interested in the write up of the install and your thoughts afterwards. I think many people would be embarrassed to post their thoughts on running a Godspeed because the quasi elitist attitude that runs in many of the members here regarding their parts. I am not saying that this unit is good or bad it's just really hard to pass judgement on something you personally have never seen or touched in real life. I have to wonder if so many people condemn these and other "bottom feeder" parts because if these parts do work as advertised are are 20-50% of the cost paid for the brand name one it now makes that person look bad for wasting money. So they are looking for justification and self validation amongst their peers who bought the same parts. Be careful that door can swing both ways.


If 100% of these turbo's failed in 10 miles like Paidfor's did there sure would be a lot more people bitching about it. Working for a company that produces several hundred thousand products a year (mainly from China) I can tell you that EVERYTHING no matter how simple the product has a set failure rate. How many people have a working Godspeed running right now and just havent checked in or better yet are driving around enjoying it, you don't know. It's the guys who had a bad one or screwed up the install who are sitting at home griping online about the piece of crap causing their car not to run that you hear from.

So let us know how it works for you!
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I am currently running this turbo.

I have had it for about 6k (rebuilt about 3k ago). I rebuilt the turbo when i rebuilt my motor, I had a gasket go bad and spray oil everywhere and got a knock.

the tubo has been good so far. other than the tight fitment with the tgv sensor, it is a really tight fit. other than that i have been happy with it. Just make sure you lube it very well before you use install it.

that said, I would still like to upgrade to a better turbo. I think mine will do just fine for a while and is a good replacement for the stock, but higher dollar turbos are still better performers but this will do just fine to make a little more power and replace your stock.
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as for the other posts above. take them with a grain of salt. alot of people on here dont do there own work and just go by what they hear. There are alot of people that like to troll the boards and tell you what you cant do but have payed someone to do all of there work.

alot of it is that not many people have gone this rout and are quicker to bash on you for doing it than to see what happens. There are alot of other companys selling there goods on ebay as well as on there online store.
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as for the other posts above. take them with a grain of salt. alot of people on here dont do there own work and just go by what they hear. There are alot of people that like to troll the boards and tell you what you cant do but have payed someone to do all of there work.

alot of it is that not many people have gone this rout and are quicker to bash on you for doing it than to see what happens. There are alot of other companys selling there goods on ebay as well as on there online store.
Stupid statement is stupid.

Godspeed hasn't gotten its reputation on this(and EVERY other car forums I have ever visited...ever) because we are all elitists, or idiots that don't do our own work. It has its reputation because of what it is. They don't hide it either... they have the Wallmart mentality... knowing; and never claiming their products are quality, reliability, better, etc., just the simple fact that its cheaper then anywhere else. This business model works, because, just like Wallmart, people are willing to spend far less on an item they know wont be as good, and most likely break, then shell out the proper amount for a quality item up front. That might work fine and dandy when you are talking about a coffee table... maybe even a cat-back system... but NOT a critical system such as a turbo.

I am sure you would find that the majority of us do our own work, those who don't aren't trolling the boards(especially outside of the newb section) giving technical advice. People have tried them, reviewed them, given us feedback... we have researched, listened, and learned what not to do.

We don't go against all knockoffs either. There are many out here who will praise some of the knockoff items, because some companies keeps the standards of quality, build process, etc., of the items they clone. They personally take a margin hit to build a name for themselves. Case and point, check out FMS FMIC's... a known TXS Clone system, which always gets rave reviews. Another company that started in the clone market, and is now a for-runner would be Invidia.


ANY product you see in ANY market, that is being sold for 1/4-1/6th the normal retail value needs to be questioned. If you don't, then good luck in life. If you decide to by it, don't be suprised WHEN something goes wrong... thats what we are trying to stress to the OP.
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I bought a Godspeed 16g in March 2011 and it failed in just 3 weeks. After trying to get it replaced under warranty I just decided to rebuild it with a kit off of ebay. This was in May of this year and they turbo is still running good now. The bearings went out and the turbine and impeller wheels touched both housings but not enough to cause a lack in performance.

That being said I was still disappointed with the power the turbo made on 20psi, around 260hp on the virtual dyno using the dynojet configuration. My tuner also couldn't get a boost spike worked out due to the wastegate being too small. I don't know if the 20g's have the same problem or not, but I would never, NEVER buy a godspeed turbo again.
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I bought a Godspeed 16g in March 2011 and it failed in just 3 weeks. After trying to get it replaced under warranty I just decided to rebuild it with a kit off of ebay. This was in May of this year and they turbo is still running good now. The bearings went out and the turbine and impeller wheels touched both housings but not enough to cause a lack in performance.

That being said I was still disappointed with the power the turbo made on 20psi, around 260hp on the virtual dyno using the dynojet configuration. My tuner also couldn't get a boost spike worked out due to the wastegate being too small. I don't know if the 20g's have the same problem or not, but I would never, NEVER buy a godspeed turbo again.
WOW, thank you sir for listing an actual 1st hand experience. I have had the turbo in for about a week and a half now and no problems yet. (knock on wood). I have noticed that it is a bit more quiet. Spools no problem and isn't blowing oil yet. I love when people post things about stuff they don't know though. It cracks me up. They go off of what they have heard and put it in their own words I'm doing ok right now. Saving up for my GTX3576R as we speak. I think the Godspeed 20G will hold over until it is time to buy the right turbo. You are right saying to not buy another one. I also will not buy another godspeed. But thank you for the 1st hand experiance.
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WOW, thank you sir for listing an actual 1st hand experience. I have had the turbo in for about a week and a half now and no problems yet. (knock on wood). I have noticed that it is a bit more quiet. Spools no problem and isn't blowing oil yet. I love when people post things about stuff they don't know though. It cracks me up. They go off of what they have heard and put it in their own words I'm doing ok right now. Saving up for my GTX3576R as we speak. I think the Godspeed 20G will hold over until it is time to buy the right turbo. You are right saying to not buy another one. I also will not buy another godspeed. But thank you for the 1st hand experiance.
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as for the other posts above. take them with a grain of salt. alot of people on here dont do there own work and just go by what they hear. There are alot of people that like to troll the boards and tell you what you cant do but have payed someone to do all of there work.

alot of it is that not many people have gone this rout and are quicker to bash on you for doing it than to see what happens. There are alot of other companys selling there goods on ebay as well as on there online store.
You are very correct sir. It's fairly easy to recognize when people are "trolling". That's a new term to me.
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