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Old 09-15-2014, 07:08 AM   #1
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Spoolinator Turbo Kit – aka: OEM Location/Tial Housing


The intent with this kit, is for those that have done all the bolt-ons, have exceeded stage II levels and are looking for the next level in performance. A turbo upgrade! Until now, choices were limited to an expensive Rotated Kit that may also require the use of accompanying rotated kit intercooler setup. Alternatively, a ‘Bolt-in’ turbo can be had for much less, but the turbine housings in these kits provide lower power output. Killer B Motorsport has designed the Spoolinator Turbo Kit, taking advantage of the performance oriented turbine housing, with the cost benefits of keeping the compressor in the stock location. A Garrett GT/GTX28 to GT/GTX35R sized turbocharger must be used with this kit, with applicable compressor housings.* Make no mistake, this kit does require a knowledgeable installer, post install custom tune, supporting modifications to be in place, and modification to your engine. The payback is the next level in performance for the best dollar spent, product value, bang-for-the-buck, etc.

Warning! This kit is not for inexperienced installers. Modification are required and significantly higher power levels will be experienced.


FEATURES:

Uses a High Performance Tial Stainless Steel V-Band Housing (in ANY A/R you choose).

Can be used with ANY OEM location Up-Pipe.

High Flowing Custom Mandrel Formed Down-Pipe.

Any aftermarket Intercooler Kit (or stock) can be used.

Any OEM location 3” Turbo Inlet can be used.

Maintains “Stock” looking appearance.

Virtual Dyno.






low reading Mustang Dyno. Strong Stage II STi Reads 275whp on this dyno.








SPOOLINATOR BUILDERS KIT INCLUDES:
• OEM FLANGE TO Tial V-Band Adapter
• Turbine Housing Hold Down Clamps
• V-Band Down-Pipe
• Hardware

$993


SPOOLINATOR BAREBONES KIT INCLUDES:
• All of the above PLUS
• 2-Bolt Gasket
• GT/GTX Oil Drain Adapter & Gasket
• GT/GTX Coolant Banjo Fittings
• Subaru to AN Oil Supply Line Adapter
• GT/GTX Oil Restrictor
• Oil Supply Line

$1,291


SPOOLINATOR TURBO INCLUDED KIT:

• All of the above PLUS
• Tial Stainless Steel V-Band Turbine Housing
• Garrett GTX Turbocharger w/modified compressor inlet.

$3,155-$3,580 (depending on turbo selection)


SPOOLINATOR TURBO KIT COMPLETE:
• All of the above PLUS
• Silicone 3” OEM Location Turbo Inlet

$3,423-$3,848 (depending on turbo selection)




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o Required Previously Installed Modifications: TGV Deletes with sensor/motor removed, Fuel Injectors large enough to support target power levels, and External Wastegate Up-Pipe.
o Engine bellhousing area needs clearancing for this kit to fit properly
* Small Compressor Housing (T04E) must be used. Compressor housing inlet modification required and performed by Killer B Motorsport when turbocharger is purchased through Killer B Motorsport

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Old 09-26-2014, 08:21 AM   #2
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In stock!
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Old 09-27-2014, 08:40 AM   #3
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Old 09-28-2014, 12:28 PM   #4
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How would you expect the peak power numbers to differ on E85?
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Old 09-30-2014, 07:45 AM   #5
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PMs replied.

On E85 I would expect ~50 more on this turbo. Total guestimate here as we don't work with E85 very often at all. The responsiveness is stellar on pump, I imagine on E it would be like an on/off switch
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Old 10-19-2014, 02:34 AM   #6
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Can an internal wastegate be used with one of modified GTX turbos for your kit?
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Old 10-19-2014, 09:11 AM   #7
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Sorry, no. External WG only with the Tial housings.
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Old 10-24-2014, 12:31 AM   #8
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Sorry, no. External WG only with the Tial housings.

Check your PM.
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Old 01-09-2015, 03:23 PM   #9
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Few clips put together. Sorry about the sun, but it should give you the jist...

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Old 01-09-2015, 03:25 PM   #10
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Forgot to mention the revised plot with V3 header and ETS TMIC...

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Old 01-12-2015, 09:37 AM   #11
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Been asked a couple times... This car is on pump 93. Turbo is GTX3067-R (not 3076).
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Old 01-12-2015, 01:39 PM   #12
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It's nice to see the focus on 93 octane fuel.
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Old 01-12-2015, 05:26 PM   #13
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^ I wish it weren't so, but it's all we have over here
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Old 01-16-2015, 11:54 PM   #14
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What kind of reliable power could be achieved on a completely stock internals motor with the bolt ons your saying are needed? (93 oct)

Or is it pointless to use this kit on a stock motor?
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Old 01-17-2015, 07:40 AM   #15
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Everything we've done to date has been on a stock car. Although, at these power levels there is risk involved. The consensus is, staying below 400whp is a 'safer' place to be on a stock engine. You could run a smaller turbo, non-upgraded intercooler, or lower boost 1psi or so to bring you down to a safer output level.
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Holy neglected thread!!

Just an FYI, we've updated the design some to make the install MUCH easier...



And a little something we have going on with our 2019 Gray Series, getting some Spoolinator love. Up first the 3071, then the 3576...

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I like how you rerouted the return. Very clean and functional looking. Mine is still external venting and when I upgrade to the new kit I think this will be the way to go.

I have a question unrelated to the spoolinator though... What are those two parallel running braces you have? The ones running from the LCA to the frame and the silver ones that run parallel with them? I literally just wrapped up replacing my stock LCAs with the superpro ones a couple minutes ago, which is why those jumped out at me.
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Holy neglected thread!!

Just an FYI, we've updated the design some to make the install MUCH easier...

Still have to grind?
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I have a question unrelated to the spoolinator though... What are those two parallel running braces you have? The ones running from the LCA to the frame and the silver ones that run parallel with them? I literally just wrapped up replacing my stock LCAs with the superpro ones a couple minutes ago, which is why those jumped out at me.
The black ones came from the factory. I believe these are new for 2019? The silver ones are S208 pieces.

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Yes. You know what they say... It's not a party unless you're doing something that scares you
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Any graphs with the 3071 gen II?
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Any graphs with the 3071 gen II?
Ask me again in ~4 weeks We've got a couple more turbos coming...

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Peek-a-boo. Just the way we like it, stealth. GTX3071-R Gen 2, with Tial Turbine Housing and MV-S gate...



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