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Old 09-01-2019, 04:20 PM   #1
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so the new g30 is finally out, thought I would let you guys know. I guess they are set at a 660, 770 and a 900

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Old 09-02-2019, 07:34 PM   #2
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That must be a misprint. Its only 70lb a min which would make that pretty much impossible. Garrett showes them as only the 660 and 770
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Old 09-02-2019, 11:13 PM   #3
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That must be a misprint. Its only 70lb a min which would make that pretty much impossible. Garrett showes them as only the 660 and 770
If you click on the "900" it appears to be in the lower 80lbs range. We will see what these things do soon I'm sure.
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Old 09-03-2019, 07:03 PM   #4
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Yah that's not even on Garretts page. its still a 6260 so... But I would love to see it actually do it. From what ive seen the G series are underperforming so far.
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Yah that's not even on Garretts page. its still a 6260 so... But I would love to see it actually do it. From what ive seen the G series are underperforming so far.
Ive only seen the 660 on a couple of cars, I didnt think they were that bad, but if you are expecting to make 500 on this turbo I think you would really need to push the heck out of it. I really think its a good turbo for the 400-450ish whp range. so hopefully the g30 will be able to push into the 500ish range
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Old 09-04-2019, 06:33 PM   #6
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Im hoping they do, I want to put one on my Hatch but need more real world numbers to be sure.
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I've been considering the G30 series for a while now, but honestly it seems like Garrett is great at marketing theoretical performance but lacks the actual real-world data to back it up. This was already the case with the GTX gen2 series... sorry but imma sit back and wait for the dyno sheets on this one
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Old 09-21-2019, 12:08 AM   #8
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I've been considering the G30 series for a while now, but honestly it seems like Garrett is great at marketing theoretical performance but lacks the actual real-world data to back it up. This was already the case with the GTX gen2 series... sorry but imma sit back and wait for the dyno sheets on this one
I guess, what are your expectations? I mean to me it seems like alot of these turbos that are trying to be a good all around turbo. these turbos that are have to be pushed like on e 85 or high octane. whats your beef with the gtx gen 2?
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I have a new G25-660 build that I am debugging at the moment and I should be able to provide some dyno numbers soon. Butt dyno is impressed with overall power and power band. As far as response, autocross datalogs are showing 0.8 sec from throttle tip to go from full vacuum to 15 psi boost.
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