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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



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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

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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


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      10-04-2008 12:48 PM #5
      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 #6
      how the hell do you keep the front wheel on the ground? lol

      ok back on topic of some badass turbo deals


    7. 10-04-2008 10:27 AM #7
      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


    8. 11-05-2008 11:05 AM #8
      awesome!

    9. 11-21-2008 04:48 PM #9
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS
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      Garrett GT4202R (102mm compressor wheel) - 2095USD shipped[/color]


      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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      11-21-2008 08:37 PM #10
      2.2 stroker and some nawzzzzzz

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

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      11-22-2008 07:34 PM #12
      Quote, originally posted by doulovevdubs »
      if i build a 1.8t what turbo would you suggest

      Check your PM


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      bump for a great seller.

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      thanks biggie


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      06-09-2009 12:35 AM #15
      hey i have a question,

      I don't want to go big turbo, but i want a different turbo that performs better than the stock turbo on my jetta. I just want to be able to slap on a better turbo when my stock one blows, what would you recommend?


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      06-09-2009 12:40 AM #16
      Quote, originally posted by 1.8Tjettta01 »
      hey i have a question,

      I don't want to go big turbo, but i want a different turbo that performs better than the stock turbo on my jetta. I just want to be able to slap on a better turbo when my stock one blows, what would you recommend?

      K04-001 is a bolt on, larger than stock, and problem free


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      09-14-2009 10:33 AM #17
      didn't it say the k04 ony gives about 10-20 whp over a k03s? is this k04 the largest trip k04 you can get?
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      09-14-2009 07:55 PM #18
      Quote, originally posted by Corrado****** »
      didn't it say the k04 ony gives about 10-20 whp over a k03s? is this k04 the largest trip k04 you can get?

      Yes, and we're out of stock now because they're so popular as a bolt on replacement. I'm not sure what you mean by trip?




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      08-29-2011 11:47 AM #21
      Quote Originally Posted by Airman23 View Post
      i am thinking of doing a big turbo upgrade on my 04 gli what do you recommend for the best results on hp and price range of 4-5k. very broad question i know just don't know where to start.
      If you can install the kit, which is a relatively straight forward job, I would go with a GT3071R kit for ~ 400HP. What kind of power are you after, you'll want to consider the stock engine doesn't like much more than 300-350HP.


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      08-29-2011 12:27 PM #22
      Quote Originally Posted by CTS Turbo View Post
      If you can install the kit, which is a relatively straight forward job, I would go with a GT3071R kit for ~ 400HP. What kind of power are you after, you'll want to consider the stock engine doesn't like much more than 300-350HP.

      yes i have a friends shop available with extra helping hands so i will be doing it myself with extra help. and yes i have heard the 3071r is the way to go. I will search your website for a kit i haven't even looked.

    21. 10-09-2009 11:03 AM #23
      You can also go bigger than a k04 with a gtrs eliminator kit. That's about the smallest big turbo setup above a k04

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      10-10-2009 01:12 AM #24
      Quote, originally posted by lucidmatt »
      You can also go bigger than a k04 with a gtrs eliminator kit. That's about the smallest big turbo setup above a k04


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      10-19-2011 01:50 PM #25
      Quote Originally Posted by rodebaugh99 View Post
      hey clay i gotta 02 gti 1.8t what do yu recomnend as far as abigger turbo that wont.blow up my motor and what should i do to build up the motor more
      The 50trim is a good upgrade over stock, it won't blow up your motor unless you have a weak motor or you push it really hard. You can run 20psi safely on a setup like that. If you'd like to build up your motor in the future I would get a set of 19mm drop in rods for your GTI and then you'd be safe to 400-450HP.

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    24. 10-28-2009 10:11 PM #26
      i need a turbo kit that could go to 700 hp.......wanting to set some records with the 20th ae #4000 lol........but i dont want a whole lot of lag some is fine but not crazy lag!!

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      10-29-2009 10:55 AM #27
      GT3582R FTW!



    26. 11-24-2009 12:40 PM #30
      is there going too be a huge difference in spoll on a 2.9l vr6 using the 4088, vs. the 4094?


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      12-31-2009 11:09 AM #32
      i got a 2000 audi a4 quattro! so if i wanna upgrade my turbo, which one would it be?!

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      12-31-2009 11:37 AM #33
      Quote, originally posted by rafiky87 »
      i got a 2000 audi a4 quattro! so if i wanna upgrade my turbo, which one would it be?!

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