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Old 06-08-2009, 11:43 PM   #18
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WRX H6-3.0 Turbo


Originally Posted by LittleBlueGT View Post
You could change the IAT temp timing comp tables, and the boost comp tables (depending what year/model).
Correct indeed.

Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
The initial testing was done against a 20G/16G/Dom3. It is slated as a 16G dure to the same housing and a revised wheel. FP was saying it is designed to outperform the 16/18/small 20G family. It is not the end all solution, and I have been saying this for weeks. It is the smallest turbo in the family.

The 2.0 seems to be a bit laggy on the dyno, but it is much more responsive on the street. I have had a few customers attest to this phenomenon.

The owner can comment about the street performance, so I will leave that to him. Indeed the marketing might be refering to the 16G, but the performance makes the comparison to the 20G a better match. Based on the performance, it may indeed be more responsive on the street. Spoolup on the dyno is a small measure of the lag you feel in real use. I do like this turbo, as I have always really liked the 20G. This seems to perform in a similiar way with some improvements, and the cost is less. That is a win in my book.

Originally Posted by STi Mikey View Post
Thanks for the info Jeff. I hope to add something about this turbo (stage 2 vs. hta68) by the end of the week. The turbo will be here tomorrow!! I currently have an exhaust manifold, tbe, and an intake. The only thing that I am changing is the turbo, so i will have a Airboy dyno comparo.

What kind of traps do you see out of cars that near 350whp on your dyno?
Tim can probably comment about that... From my memory that is usually something in the 115-116mph range.

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