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Old 01-30-2012, 02:59 PM   #1
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Default 2.0L - TD06SL2 / TD06H vs 20G / 60-1 / GT3076

I have decided to test a new turbo combination and I was wondering has anyone used GT3076 compressor wheel with TD06H or TD06SL2? 20G is too small for me.

I currently have TD06H 60-1 8cm and the max boost is around 4500rpm on 2.0L and 5th gear using 6spd. I have to be honest I am not 100% sure if the compressor wheel really is 60-1 because I never measured it. I just had to install it right away. It spools up pretty fast on big gears.

My options are:

1. TD06H 7cm GT(X)3076 (billet)
2. TD06H 8cm GT(X)3076 (billet)
3. TD06SL2 7cm GT(X)3076 (billet)
4. TD06SL2 8cm GT(X)3076 (billet)

What would you choose? 25G is available too but thats too big.. maybe.

Does anyone know what is the turbine wheel used on Garrett GTX 3076?

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Old 01-30-2012, 05:14 PM   #2
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I assume that you have ej207 and the turbo chargers that you have been using (because of many combinations and mention of SL2 11 blade) kinugawa turbo? Send Fuji K a pm and ask him as he is the only one that i know running TD06SL2 20g.

I believe kinugawa offers 60-1 Garrett wheel, but have not heard of or know anyone that has a 30r wheel inside of TD06 20g.

The SL2 i believe is 11 blade wheel and (i believe) similar to Greedy T518Z wheel. What i do know is that you will see more top end out of 8cm exhaust housing........but really why not ewg?
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Yes Kinugawa is going to be the base but I do want to test something not so ordinary. It is impossible to know how it is going work out before you test it.

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What i do know is that you will see more top end out of 8cm exhaust housing........but really why not ewg?
I have a turbosmart 38mm EWG. I assume that you are saying 7cm is the way to go?

I pretty much have a chance to pick a wheel/housing combination for my next turbo. I do want topend and I have learned how to drive a car with slower spool long long time ago Quick shift and you are ready to go.
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The ewg will negate the size of the exhaust housing, so why not get the 8cm. I do not know much about compressor maps so i am not much help with the combination that you are thinking about running.
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Old 01-31-2012, 09:17 PM   #5
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i have been considering the kinugawa 60-1 Garrett wheel TS 20 g but need to get my engine in first.
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Old 02-01-2012, 02:31 AM   #6
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I think that I am going to test TD06H 7cm with 3076 billet compressor wheel. Spool should be pretty decent and EWG helps on 2.0L.
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Old 02-28-2012, 11:05 PM   #7
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I've been on the fence as well....too many options. Though, i'm not sure about the 25G. I've been considering the TD06SL2 60-1 with a 2.5 (LGT) on E85. I'm a bit concerned about spool though so I don't know whether i should choose the 7cm or 8cm.....and i don't know if i should go with the 3" housing or 2.4" housing.
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Im running a fp td06 20g on my02 wrx with greddy uel headers and 44mm Ewg. Spools up pretty late but loads of top end.
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Any updates on this thread? Curious what turbos you guys ended up going with.
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I use a Greddy TD06SL2 Rotated kit on a personal car ( a bit of an old school kit). The turbo itself is a little on the laggy end with a FMIC, hits 1.5 bar right around 4500RPM, however once it gets going its able to hold that pressure up to around 7600RPM before it starts dropping off.
Good turbo if you are able to take advantage of the flow it can put out at higher RPM, however if you are looking for faster spool given you have only a 7K Redline, consider doing the Blouch 20G-XTR.

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