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Old 03-03-2004, 03:42 PM   #1
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Testing is complete of some new low cost turbo options for the WRX and STI.

Option 1:

Part# 3018
Brand new IHI VF30 turbo with upgraded 630CFM compressor wheel. Compressor wheel is the exact same as used in the PE1818 and PE1820. This turbo is the same as the PE1818 but is non ball bearing. You are getting a brand new VF30 in the IHI box with the upgraded compressor which is the same as used in the PE turbo.

$1020

This turbo is available with a Clipped Exhaust turbine wheel for more exhaust flow. A slight increase in lag will be seen but a drastic decrease in exhaust back pressure for more top end power. Drag racers or nitrous users should consider the clipped wheel. 300-400 rpm worth of lag increase for an additional 20-25whp up top.

3018 with Clipped wheel

$1100

Option 2:

Part# 3418
Brand new IHI VF34 turbo with upgraded 630CFM compressor wheel. Compressor wheel is the exact same as used in the PE1818 and PE1820. This turbo is the same as the PE1818 in parts make up. You are getting a brand new VF34 in the IHI box with the upgraded compressor.

$1140

Option 3:

Part# 2220
Brand new IHI VF22 turbo with upgraded 630CFM compressor wheel. Compressor wheel is the exact same as used in the PE1818 and PE1820. This turbo is the same as the PE1820 in parts make up. You are getting a brand new VF22 in the IHI box with the upgraded compressor.

$1060


All three turbos are ready to ship. If sales demand increases a wait time fo 3 days on each turbo after stock is depleted will result. All three turbos have been tested. Since they use the same exact compressor wheel, housings and parts make up as the PE turbos perforformance is the same in most respects. Another cheaper option for bolt on turbos with no guess work about the performance. If you have a 22, 30 or 34 now and would like it upgraded that cost is $299 per turbo and turn around time is 2-3 days in most cases.

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Old 03-03-2004, 03:45 PM   #2
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Hot damn, my turbo plans may have changed, lol. Talk about bang for buck, nice.
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Old 03-03-2004, 04:08 PM   #3
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got any dyno plots, like before/after the compressor changes? how does the exhaust side compare between the IHIs and the PEs?
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Old 03-03-2004, 04:12 PM   #4
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Off topic, but do you have a r180 for the jdm sti 6mt w/ 3.9 ratio?
Where is all the jdm goodies on your website anyway?!!
Shoot me a price at brent2401@yahoo.com
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Old 03-03-2004, 04:15 PM   #5
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Enigma76-Dyno Plots to be posted shortly

serious-We have 2 Version 7's coming in this week and are adding all the JDM take off peices to the website currently. Thanks.
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Old 03-03-2004, 04:19 PM   #6
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excellent indeed kingpin, very nice alternatives here. hopefully the dyno plots turn out to be...fun
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Old 03-03-2004, 04:52 PM   #7
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Bump^ for some dyno plots also
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I have what I think is one of the VF34 ones with the PE-style compressor. Basically I bought the turbo about 4 months ago as a VF34 off Ebay and it turned out not to be a VF34, but it was identical to the PE1818. It had no markings on it at all but it came in a IHI box. I thought maybe it fell off a truck or something, the company I bought it from was not a company that sold Subaru parts. Anyways, with supporting mods and tuning I made 340whp/340ft-lbs on Cobb's Mustang dyno at 17psi and about 11.25:1 AFRs. I get full boost by around 3000 rpm with the turbo. This is on a EJ257 w/V8 heads.
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Old 03-03-2004, 04:56 PM   #9
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Enigma76-Keep in mind the turbos use the exact same parts as the PE turbos so performance is the same.


Thanks.
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Old 03-03-2004, 04:57 PM   #10
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DWX-nice numbers man. Sounds like your turbo spools fast on that 2.5.
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im alittle confused then, if they use the exact same parts, they are basically a PE 1818/20 in IHI shell? so its basically like getting one of the PEs but for alot cheaper?
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Old 03-03-2004, 07:07 PM   #12
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Bingo. Actually the PE turbo use the IHI housings any way. But yeah you got it.
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So only $299 to get my 22 upgraded to what is basically a 1820?

Dont the PE turbos have a different wastegate?

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Basically they have cut open the stock wastgate, I believe, and stuck a new spring in there and then clamped it back together. I know that various springs are available. And yes $299 for the upgrade. Thanks.
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So only $299 to get my 22 upgraded to what is basically a 1820?

Dont the PE turbos have a different wastegate?

The pe that is pictured has the optional separative wastegate which allows you to swap out for heavier springs.. I am 99% sure you can get one and add it to one of these IHI's.. Mike this is an awesome thing ya got here, just wich i already didnt have an 1820..

I am sure Mike can get you one from PE, i think they are like 70-80 give or take if my memory serves me..
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cronic,

what WG spring are you running, and what was it stock if you changed it?

-Dave N.
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Does it come with an upgraded wastegate?

Are you guys modifying the IHI turbos or does ihi sell them this way.
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I thought the housings on the pe 1820were a lot larger than vf22 housings-Help me here Mike. Also to perform the mod on an existing vf22-mine-do u machine the housing to accept the larger wheel? Are the exhaust wheels on the vf22 and pe1820 identical? Very interested- I have a deadbolt p&p vf22 w/ corner clipped exhaust wheel-so by doing this mod, I have an pe1820? thnx.
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I have the 14psi spring i believe.. I also have a 19psi spring sitting here waiting to go in..

Odin1.. The pe1820 and vf22 use the p20 exhaust housing, the pe1818 uses the smaller p18.. I believe the comp housings are all RX6.. I think the new pe's use the same vf30 comp housing which they just enlarge a bit..

Mike sorry to jump on you thread but i am bored..

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ya i forgot the vf3x use the p18 housing, same as the pe1818, and the 22 uses the p20, same as the 1820.


http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...hreadid=511845

refer to that thread for flow rates of the IHIs vs the PEs @ diff PSI.
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I have the 14psi spring i believe.. I also have a 19psi spring sitting here waiting to go in..

Odin1.. The pe1820 and vf22 use the p20 exhaust housing, the pe1818 uses the smaller p18.. I believe the comp housings are all RX6.. I think the new pe's use the same vf30 comp housing which they just enlarge a bit..

Mike sorry to jump on you thread but i am bored..

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Thnx man. So the turbine wheels on vf22 and pe1820 are the same-just compressor wheel on 1820 is larger? tia.
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The pe that is pictured has the optional separative wastegate which allows you to swap out for heavier springs.. I am 99% sure you can get one and add it to one of these IHI's.. Mike this is an awesome thing ya got here, just wich i already didnt have an 1820..

I am sure Mike can get you one from PE, i think they are like 70-80 give or take if my memory serves me..
Dave

We dont offer the seprative Actuator with these turbos. You get the same actuator that comes with the turbo. 8-10 psi. If you need more we can certainly upgrade the actuator to an adjustable one with higher pressure... that will be an additional charge though. let me look into that...

The Kit from PE is around $80 but all you get is a spring and the clamp. You must cut your cant open to install the spring. I know about 5 people that have tried this, cut the rubber diaphram and been up the creek without a paddle.... You cant buy just the IHI actuator so good luck if that happens. PE does offer the entire unit but I am not sure of the price.
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I have the 14psi spring i believe.. I also have a 19psi spring sitting here waiting to go in..

Odin1.. The pe1820 and vf22 use the p20 exhaust housing, the pe1818 uses the smaller p18.. I believe the comp housings are all RX6.. I think the new pe's use the same vf30 comp housing which they just enlarge a bit..

Mike sorry to jump on you thread but i am bored..

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Correct on the turbine housings. 1820 uses P20, 1818 uses P18. VF22 uses P20, VF30/34 uses P18.

Old PE turbos used the RX6 comp housing. New ones use the VF30 style Comp housing because the RX6 ones are no longer available. The turbos we sell use the VF30 style housing for the same reason.
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Thnx man. So the turbine wheels on vf22 and pe1820 are the same-just compressor wheel on 1820 is larger? tia.

Yes

Thanks.
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Correct on the turbine housings. 1820 uses P20, 1818 uses P18. VF22 uses P20, VF30/34 uses P18.

Old PE turbos used the RX6 comp housing. New ones use the VF30 style Comp housing because the RX6 ones are no longer available. The turbos we sell use the VF30 style housing for the same reason.
Yea.. i got a bit confused with the RX6.. Is there anything that can be done to the 1820 to make it a little larger or is that about maxed out? New Cartridge?

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