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Old 03-13-2005, 09:19 PM   #1
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hey im looking for a TD-05H 16g and my friend has a turbo talon. he said that the turbo on his car is a TD-05h and he will sell it to me, will it fit my car?
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Old 03-14-2005, 02:28 AM   #2
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it wouldnt be a straight bolt-on affair, and it would cost alot to modify it to work. if you want a *almost* straight bolt-on td05 ( for a ej22t), your going to need one from a 93-96 JDM/AUS WRX/ or STI
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Old 04-04-2005, 12:36 AM   #3
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The only thing about his turbo that is the same as the turbo you're looking for is the compressor wheel and center section. The turbine flanges are different, as well as the compressor inlet and outlet. See below for the differences:

DSM 16G


Subaru 16G


Stock VF11


As far as installation- the turbine side will bolt onto both the uppipe and downpipe. Either the compressor inlet will fit correctly or the outlet will fit correctly- that part is up to you. On the VF11 (stock for the EJ22T), the inlet/outlet are at a 45 degree angle to each other. The 16G's inlet/outlet are at 90 degress to each other. Your options here are: clock the compressor so the inlet fits up with the stock inlet plumbing, then make a custom outlet-to-throttlebody pipe. This is going to be hard because of space considerations. However, if you already have a FMIC, changing the plumbing isn't that big of a deal.
You can also clock the compressor so the outlet lines up with the turbo-to-throttlebody elbow and have a custom airfilter-to-inlet pipe made (which is be the better choice anyway since that will allow you to have a less restrictive intake tract and you can relocate your filter to inside the wheelwell, making it a cold air intake).

I plan on doing this soon. I have a WRX intercooler and will be upgrading to the 16G turbo.

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Old 04-05-2005, 09:15 AM   #4
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well, I guess that was nipped in the butt. Nice overwhelming info to clarify the difference.
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Old 04-06-2005, 05:04 PM   #5
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what kind of 16G is it?
i might be intrested in buying it...
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Old 04-07-2005, 09:18 PM   #6
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thanks Brandon, that helped me out alot. i didnt think it would work, but i just wanted to make sure so that i wouldnt kick myself later. i looked at the deadbolt td-05h 16g's and they have them modified to fit usdm engines. so i will probably just go iwth that.

snowman4us - its a turbo off his talon, its td-05 14b or something like that.
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Old 04-07-2005, 10:38 PM   #7
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*cough, cough* stock EJ22T= IHI VF11 *cough*

You can buy the TD05H-16G set up for Subaru (straight or 90 degree inlet) brand new from Deadbolt. I got my 90 degree, Monster ported, 16G from Deadbolt and it's sweet. Xtreme black ceramic coating on the exhaust turbine housing and normal grey ceramic coating on the compressor housing.

They also have the TD05H-17C, super 16, 18G, 19C and 20G as well as the TD06H-18G, 19C and 20G too.

http://www.boostplanet.com/product.htm
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Old 04-09-2005, 12:14 AM   #8
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Ok ok- Vee EFFFF eleven....
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Old 04-10-2005, 03:24 PM   #9
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well hey i have an off subject question, i just put a td-04 on my car and was wondering how a td-05 will compare to that? will there be a size/performance difference between them?
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well hey i have an off subject question, i just put a td-04 on my car and was wondering how a td-05 will compare to that? will there be a size/performance difference between them?
Joe
Yes, the TD05H-16G is much larger and will flow significantly more then the TD04L-13G. The TD04-05-06 ect.. is the exhaust turbine size. The L-H ect.. at the end is the version of the turbine housing (bolt pattern for up-pipe and DP), IIRC. The # then G is the compressor wheel size. Mitsu turbos use G and C designations AFAIK. So the TD05H-16G is one exhaust turbine size up from the TD04L-13G and the compressor wheel is at least 3 sizes bigger.
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Old 04-16-2005, 08:21 AM   #11
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well, I guess that was nipped in the butt. Nice overwhelming info to clarify the difference.

i hope you mean nipped in the bud there
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