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    Thread: ***Garrett GT Turbos: GT3071R, GT3076R, GT35/40R, GT42R***

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      10-02-2008 10:55 PM #1


      Quote Originally Posted by CTS Turbo
      Hey Guys, we have a large range of medium to large frame turbochargers in stock, and we can also set you up with custom turbochargers, here is a price rundown. If you have any questions feel free to shoot me a PM

      Garrett GT28RS $1,095 shipped



      Garrett GT2871R - 1195USD shipped



      Garrett GT3071R - 1325USD shipped



      Garrett GT3071R-WG 64AR, 84 Trim Turbine - 1184USD shipped



      GT3071R-WG 86AR, 90 Trim Turbine - 1184USD shipped



      Garrett GT3076R - 1245USD shipped



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      Garrett GT3582R - 1295USD shipped

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      10-04-2008 12:08 AM #2
      Clay,

      for my 3B audi build, I've been considering a 4088 heavily.

      Now that I see the 4094, I'm very, very interested in it as well.

      I see that the 4088 and the 4094 have the same turbine size, but the 4094 has a bigger comp size.

      I would suspect they spool similarly?

      Also, I see that you have some T67's. Do you also offer a T67 dbb (aka T04Z)? I'd be interested in something like that as well.

      Hope all is well

      -Chris


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      10-04-2008 05:09 AM #3
      Quote, originally posted by loxxrider »
      Clay,

      for my 3B audi build, I've been considering a 4088 heavily.

      Now that I see the 4094, I'm very, very interested in it as well.

      I see that the 4088 and the 4094 have the same turbine size, but the 4094 has a bigger comp size.

      I would suspect they spool similarly?

      Also, I see that you have some T67's. Do you also offer a T67 dbb (aka T04Z)? I'd be interested in something like that as well.

      Hope all is well

      -Chris

      I would go with the GT4088R, the 94 seems to be have more lag and its pretty noticable, a friend of mine uses GT4088Rs on turbo hyabusas, and he tried a couple 94s on there, they were also laggy compared to the 88. So I would stick with the 88 if I were you, they are still rated for 700HP.

      I can probably get a DBB T67, but the GT4088R is the option I would prefer.


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      10-04-2008 10:26 AM #4
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »

      I would go with the GT4088R, the 94 seems to be have more lag and its pretty noticable, a friend of mine uses GT4088Rs on turbo hyabusas, and he tried a couple 94s on there, they were also laggy compared to the 88. So I would stick with the 88 if I were you, they are still rated for 700HP.

      I can probably get a DBB T67, but the GT4088R is the option I would prefer.

      Thanks for the clarification

      I can't imagine a 4088 on a hayabusa!


      Modified by loxxrider at 10:30 AM 10-4-2008


    5. 10-04-2008 10:27 AM #5
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »

      I would go with the GT4088R, the 94 seems to be have more lag and its pretty noticable, a friend of mine uses GT4088Rs on turbo hyabusas, and he tried a couple 94s on there, they were also laggy compared to the 88. So I would stick with the 88 if I were you, they are still rated for 700HP.

      I can probably get a DBB T67, but the GT4088R is the option I would prefer.

      What ARs are available for the 4088R and 42R


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      10-04-2008 12:48 PM #6
      Quote, originally posted by loxxrider »

      Thanks for the clarification

      I can't imagine a 4088 on a hayabusa!

      Yeah, most of them get sold to crazy guys in the UAE, because one of the GT35R kits isn't enough, this one's got a 35R on it.


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      10-04-2008 02:21 PM #7
      how the hell do you keep the front wheel on the ground? lol

      ok back on topic of some badass turbo deals


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      10-04-2008 04:55 PM #8
      Quote, originally posted by loxxrider »
      how the hell do you keep the front wheel on the ground? lol

      ok back on topic of some badass turbo deals


    9. 10-04-2008 08:34 PM #9
      What ars you got for me on the 4088r and the 42r?

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      10-04-2008 08:41 PM #10
      Quote, originally posted by themachasy »
      What ars you got for me on the 4088r and the 42r?

      GT40R - .85, .95, 1.06, 1.19ar.

      GT42R - 1.01, 1.15, 1.28, 1.44

      Some other housing options may be available for guys that want to run T6 turbine inlets.

      But T6 is pretty damn big on even 6 cylinder.


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      10-06-2008 12:39 PM #11
      bump, and another question for ya Clay.

      Do you have an estimate on how much slower that Roto T67 would be than a 4088?


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      10-06-2008 12:44 PM #12
      Quote, originally posted by loxxrider »
      bump, and another question for ya Clay.

      Do you have an estimate on how much slower that Roto T67 would be than a 4088?

      Its all going to depend on ARs right, the T67 can be had with a smaller AR, most of the GT4088Rs come with larger T housings. They are both rated similarly for HP. The roto T67 spools pretty good, I drove one with a 84ar divided housing with a 4" vband housing, it was damn fast. But it was in a gutted mk3 vr out in Quebec. We're using them in our R32 kits and 24V kits and the new MK3 stage 4 kit.


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      10-06-2008 03:03 PM #13
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »

      Its all going to depend on ARs right, the T67 can be had with a smaller AR, most of the GT4088Rs come with larger T housings. They are both rated similarly for HP. The roto T67 spools pretty good, I drove one with a 84ar divided housing with a 4" vband housing, it was damn fast. But it was in a gutted mk3 vr out in Quebec. We're using them in our R32 kits and 24V kits and the new MK3 stage 4 kit.

      Those have to be balls ass fast man.

      I'll definitely be keeping the roto in mind...great price.


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      10-06-2008 03:32 PM #14
      That Busa is nucking futs...good turbo prices too
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    15. 10-06-2008 08:12 PM #15
      loxx stoping beating a puspus. i think you should go no smaller than a 42r

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      10-07-2008 01:38 AM #16
      Quote, originally posted by catsman72 »
      loxx stoping beating a puspus. i think you should go no smaller than a 42r


      Haha, you guys are nuts


    17. 10-07-2008 07:42 PM #17
      im nuts.lol but loxx basically just controls how crazy i am. hes like a older brother.

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      10-08-2008 11:50 AM #18
      Quote, originally posted by catsman72 »
      im nuts.lol but loxx basically just controls how crazy i am. hes like a older brother.

      Must be something in the Florida water


    19. 11-05-2008 11:05 AM #19
      awesome!

    20. 11-21-2008 04:48 PM #20
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS
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      Garrett GT4294R (94mm compressor wheel) - 2095USD shipped


      do you really think a 1.8t will spools a 42r in time if it will that is sick

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      2.2 stroker and some nawzzzzzz

    22. 11-22-2008 05:59 PM #22
      if i build a 1.8t what turbo would you suggest

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      11-22-2008 07:34 PM #23
      Quote, originally posted by doulovevdubs »
      if i build a 1.8t what turbo would you suggest

      Check your PM


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      11-23-2008 09:57 PM #24
      bump for a great seller.

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      Quote, originally posted by BIGGEE TALLS »
      bump for a great seller.


      thanks biggie


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      12-03-2008 11:16 AM #26
      Quote, originally posted by loxxrider »
      how the hell do you keep the front wheel on the ground? lol

      ok back on topic of some badass turbo deals

      A buddy of mine has a hyabusa with a turbo, and it's not a big one. To each their own, but why?


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      12-03-2008 11:52 PM #27
      Quote, originally posted by GLiMKIV »

      A buddy of mine has a hyabusa with a turbo, and it's not a big one. To each their own, but why?

      A buddy of mine has a hybusa with a GT4094R on it I'm serious too


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      12-04-2008 07:45 AM #28
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »

      A buddy of mine has a hybusa with a GT4094R on it I'm serious too

      To me, that's just a death trap! My buddy basically did it cuz nobody else in CNY has a turboed bike.


    29. 12-19-2008 11:34 AM #29
      what do you think about a t3/t4

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      Quote, originally posted by dubbin’ on Jlines »
      what do you think about a t3/t4

      for what car?


    31. 03-24-2009 08:23 AM #31
      I'm looking to increase my turbo size but at the same time I'm not looking for something that will be 700hp, I'm looking more for like 300-450 hp. What one would you reccomend on buying and plus do you sell the other stuff that is needed for such as the manifold and what not?

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      03-24-2009 10:36 AM #32
      Quote, originally posted by murraydo15 »
      I'm looking to increase my turbo size but at the same time I'm not looking for something that will be 700hp, I'm looking more for like 300-450 hp. What one would you reccomend on buying and plus do you sell the other stuff that is needed for such as the manifold and what not?

      This kit right here, with a GT3071R:

      http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=4056266


    33. 03-24-2009 10:47 AM #33
      Ok thanks, couple questions though. What is the next highest turbo for the car then the one that you showed me? And if I was to get unitronics with the kit that you showed me is the 630 cc the hightest chip I can use or can I go for the 830cc that they have?

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      03-25-2009 01:26 AM #34
      Quote, originally posted by murraydo15 »
      Ok thanks, couple questions though. What is the next highest turbo for the car then the one that you showed me? And if I was to get unitronics with the kit that you showed me is the 630 cc the hightest chip I can use or can I go for the 830cc that they have?

      GT3076R is the next one after GT3071R. You can run 630s to about 450HP.


    35. 03-25-2009 10:47 AM #35
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »

      GT3076R is the next one after GT3071R. You can run 630s to about 450HP.

      That is what I'm looking for, but is the 830s no available for it? Also where can I purchase this?


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