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Old 10-22-2013, 07:06 AM   #476
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In real world, what do the Dom 3.0XTR & Dom 4.0XTR really compares to in the FP and GTX series? Blouch states: - Dom 3.0XTR equiv to the GTX3076 & FP Red 76HTA (55-57lb/min vs < 60lb/min) - Dom 3.5XTR equiv to the GTX3576 (58-60lb/min vs 64lb/min) - Dom 4.0XTR is greater than the GT3582 and less than the FP Black 82HTA How much do the Dom 4.0 actual flows and the response compared FP Black 82HTA
The Dom 3.0XTR is very similar to the Garrett GTX3076 and the FP 76HTA. The Dom 4.0XTR is unique in that it use a 64mm Garrett turbine wheel that falls right in between the GT30r and the GT35r turbine wheels. Blouch lists the flow of the Dom 4.0XTR as 60lbs/ min and the Dom 5.0XTR as 65lbs/ min. So that would put the Dom 5.0XTR and the FP Black 82HTA closer to an equal comparison. Personally I feel the Blouch Dom XTR turbos are slightly underrated in flow. The flow rates are listed on the Blouch site.
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Old 10-22-2013, 11:49 AM   #477
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I am trying to located precised data to highlight to my customer to go with the data over the FP Red HTA or Black HTA.

Based on the results here http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=2559017, the trim of the Dom 3.0XTR is smaller compare to the FP Red 76HTA. That being the case, it means the FP would be restricted that some could say the real world power results are low.

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Old 10-22-2013, 12:10 PM   #478
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I am trying to located precised data to highlight to my customer to go with the data over the FP Red HTA or Black HTA. Based on the results here http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=2559017, the trim of the Dom 3.0XTR is smaller compare to the FP Red 76HTA. That being the case, it means the FP would be restricted that some could say the real world power results are low.
They're very close. Same turbine wheel and each has there own take on the compressor wheel. I think the Dom 3.0 is really under rated if you compare it to the FP 76HTA. JMHO!
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Old 11-15-2014, 03:38 PM   #479
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I know the thread is over a year old since the last post. Anybody have any 1/4 mile times with the Dom 3XTR and the Dom 4XTR?
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Old 11-15-2014, 03:48 PM   #480
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I know the thread is over a year old since the last post. Anybody have any 1/4 mile times with the Dom 3XTR and the Dom 4XTR?
I think Roly went 10.49 with a DOM4.0/TMIC Combo with one of the PR cars, aside from that I went 10.8X with Jnorths awesome 2.5RS and a DOM4 as well.

If you scroll down you will find a FpBlack 2015 STI, that is my pick for a bolt on
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Old 11-15-2014, 04:05 PM   #481
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I think Roly went 10.49 with a DOM4.0/TMIC Combo with one of the PR cars, aside from that I went 10.8X with Jnorths awesome 2.5RS and a DOM4 as well.

If you scroll down you will find a FpBlack 2015 STI, that is my pick for a bolt on
Thanks for the info! Your 2015 STI is sick! Looking forward to seeing what you get with the Super 99!
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Old 05-26-2017, 04:09 AM   #482
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Resurrecting an old thread. Here's my Blouch Dom3xtr 3" rotated with a .82 hotside on 92 pump. I really love this turbo and recently heard from Dom of Tier 1 (previously MPS) that a Sube running the Blouch Dom 1.5xtr recently won a time attack.

If anyone else has a Blouch turbo to show, post 'em up.




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Year / Make / Model : 2005 Subaru WRX STi

Chassis Code: GDB

Vehicle Weight: 3,300 lbs

Weight Bias (F/R): 60/40

Launch RPM: 5,500

Shift RPM: 7,000

Redline RPM: 8,000

Peak Boost: 22+ psi

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Peak Torque ( @ RPM): 408 wtq @ 5500 RPM

Dyno Type: Dynojet

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