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    Thread: *** Is it time for you to get a 24V Turbo Kit ? ***

    1. 10-18-2008 04:08 PM #141
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »


      As far as I'm aware Garrett doesn't have any posted CFM ratings, they are all in Lbs/min. The CFM rating you posted is going to vary with the temp/density of the air, so if you want to nit pick you can call them whatever you want. Where did you find the 68lbs/min posted by Garrett for a T61?

      The 971 cfm was quoted for a Precision PT6165, by a Precision rep over the phone after I read out the serial number on my turbo to them. This is the turbo I have on my car, which I would assume would be comparable to Garrett's version of a T61.


      Modified by pOrKcHoP bOy at 1:10 PM 10-18-2008


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      10-18-2008 06:41 PM #142
      Quote, originally posted by pOrKcHoP bOy »
      The 971 cfm was quoted for a Precision PT6165, by a Precision rep over the phone after I read out the serial number on my turbo to them. This is the turbo I have on my car, which I would assume would be comparable to Garrett's version of a T61.

      Good stuff, maybe its a special Precision turbo compressor wheel, either way 3lbs/min isn't very much in my books. But, you should be happy you have an extra 3lbs/min flow. I don't see a PT6165 listed on the PTE website here, but I do se a PT6152.

      http://www.precisionturbo.net/...s.php


      The listed dimensions of the compressor wheel for the PT6152 are slightly smaller than the GT3582R:

      Quote, originally posted by Precision Turbo and Engine »

      Inducer 2.416" (61mm) Exducer 3.227" (82mm)

      Quote, originally posted by Turbo By Garrett »
      61.4mm 82.0mm

      http://www.turbobygarrett.com/...1.htm


    3. 10-18-2008 07:06 PM #143
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      10-18-2008 07:13 PM #144
      Quote, originally posted by pOrKcHoP bOy »
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      Awesome


    5. 10-20-2008 07:57 AM #145
      LOL


      I just looked at your site, your now offering 4 different turbo options?


      OMG, i have to say this kit is quickly becomming a lot more appealing in my books.

      to catering to a niche market and offering dynamic products


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      10-20-2008 09:33 AM #146
      Quote, originally posted by c0ntract_thrilla »
      LOL


      I just looked at your site, your now offering 4 different turbo options?


      OMG, i have to say this kit is quickly becomming a lot more appealing in my books.

      to catering to a niche market and offering dynamic products


      Thanks! We have receieved quite a bit of interest in the GT3582R and the GT3076R, so we updated the options.


    7. 10-20-2008 11:42 AM #147
      IYO, what is the advantage, other than less lag, of running a 3076r?

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      10-20-2008 11:58 AM #148
      Maybe the speed at which the boost comes on? I know that a t3/t4 turbo hits like a ton of bricks, which could cause excessive wheel spin or wear on the axles. A gt30 would come on much smoother with a wider powerband.

    9. 10-20-2008 03:10 PM #149
      Also think of Track vs. Drag


      or Roll ons lol

      turbos that spool higher usually put down big ##s but at the cost of lag. If you track your car, and it has lots of turns a big turbo will screw your Times, because you will never be able to maintain your powerband you will have to gear down so often and take breaks off the throttle. (this is a general statement for BIG turbos ... not any turbo before I get flammed)


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      10-20-2008 03:41 PM #150
      Quote, originally posted by NastyBrown »
      IYO, what is the advantage, other than less lag, of running a 3076r?

      The GT3076R is a bit small in my mind, but some people like those, my friend is running one on his 12V VRT and is making over 400whp, but he has many mods. The GT3076R turbos are good for torque, and strong low and mid range, because they have such a small turbine wheel compared to the GT3582R and T67.


      Quote, originally posted by BranCKY3 »
      Maybe the speed at which the boost comes on? I know that a t3/t4 turbo hits like a ton of bricks, which could cause excessive wheel spin or wear on the axles. A gt30 would come on much smoother with a wider powerband.


      A GT30R will make more power than most T3T4E 50trims, but a T67 will blow a 30R out of the water on the top end, and still spool nicely. I am a fan of the T67, but the GT3582R would be my next choice if I was going smaller.



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      10-28-2008 10:27 AM #151
      I see those ninja bumps, Clay.
      The internet is serious business.

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      10-28-2008 10:39 AM #152
      GT3076 is too small for a VR IMO. A 35R would be fine for road racing, hell a 35R on a 1.8T is what I would use for road racing... so on a 2.8l it is even better.

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      10-28-2008 11:17 AM #153
      Any way of getting some updated pics of the entire kit??

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      10-28-2008 08:45 PM #154
      Quote, originally posted by DarkSideGTI »
      GT3076 is too small for a VR IMO. A 35R would be fine for road racing, hell a 35R on a 1.8T is what I would use for road racing... so on a 2.8l it is even better.

      I agree 100%, but there are some others that are asking about them.


      Quote, originally posted by One Gray GLI »
      I see those ninja bumps, Clay.

      *chop* *chop* *bump* *ninja kick* *bump*


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      10-29-2008 03:25 PM #155
      priced in USD?

      At least Id save on brokerage even tho our dollar is crap right now

      I hate how well priced this is


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      10-29-2008 09:44 PM #156
      Quote, originally posted by Zuber Speed »
      priced in USD?

      At least Id save on brokerage even tho our dollar is crap right now

      I hate how well priced this is

      If you are interested feel free to drop me an IM canadian brother


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      11-06-2008 10:44 AM #157
      Quote, originally posted by c0ntract_thrilla »
      LOL

      OMG, i have to say this kit is quickly becomming a lot more appealing in my books.

      DO IT!!!! We need a 24vT in Nova Scotia


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      11-07-2008 12:02 AM #158
      Quote, originally posted by munky18t »

      DO IT!!!! We need a 24vT in Nova Scotia

      If you can get video of the newfie stomp I will give you guys the newfie discount


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      11-09-2008 11:29 AM #159
      *pokes Kinetic*
      Where are da finished product pics Mr. Clay ?
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      11-10-2008 12:08 AM #160
      Quote, originally posted by Black Mamba »
      *pokes Kinetic*
      Where are da finished product pics Mr. Clay ?


      As soon as they get some nice pics


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      11-10-2008 08:39 AM #161
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »

      If you can get video of the newfie stomp I will give you guys the newfie discount

      Does it have to be Lee doing the newfie stomp?
      and if i do get said video... will you post it on CTSturbo's website?


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      11-10-2008 10:32 AM #162
      Quote, originally posted by munky18t »

      Does it have to be Lee doing the newfie stomp?
      and if i do get said video... will you post it on CTSturbo's website?


      Yes, and Yes hahaha


    23. 11-10-2008 11:20 AM #163
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »

      If you can get video of the newfie stomp I will give you guys the newfie discount

      that sounds promising I may be able to accomplish this feat.


      do you finance

      Quote, originally posted by munky18t »

      DO IT!!!! We need a 24vT in Nova Scotia

      It would be done, if my bloddy car would stop breaking **** hopefully before MVOC...


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      11-10-2008 10:17 PM #164
      Quote, originally posted by c0ntract_thrilla »

      that sounds promising I may be able to accomplish this feat.


      do you finance

      It would be done, if my bloddy car would stop breaking **** hopefully before MVOC...

      Deal, can you get me vids of lee purcel stompin? he's the original nova scotian newfy he was eating a 4lb lobster yesterday, damn that guy


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      11-12-2008 03:57 PM #165
      Great looking Kit! Figures it comes out after I sold My 24v. Want to make a GT kit for the b5 S4?

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      11-12-2008 09:29 PM #166
      Quote, originally posted by Binary_Finary »
      Great looking Kit! Figures it comes out after I sold My 24v. Want to make a GT kit for the b5 S4?

      Maybe after I put a set of GT28RS on my B5 S4, RS6 hybrids aren't cutting it anymore


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      11-13-2008 01:57 PM #167
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »

      Maybe after I put a set of GT28RS on my B5 S4, RS6 hybrids aren't cutting it anymore

      Do it


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      11-13-2008 08:48 PM #168
      Alright, so AFTER this depolyment, I think this is the better route than vf. Me thinks it's time to go f/i again
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      11-13-2008 10:35 PM #169
      im liking this kit

      im loving all the different options that are presented to us

      saving cash


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      11-14-2008 12:45 AM #170
      Quote, originally posted by Binary_Finary »

      Do it

      Haha, maybe next year, I need R32 Turbo for a daily before I do that


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      11-28-2008 10:06 AM #171
      You got PM
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      Quote, originally posted by Black Mamba »
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      01-08-2009 05:48 PM #173
      free bump for pics

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      01-25-2009 11:55 AM #174
      Any feedback and/or dyno numbers from anyone that purchased the kit yet ?

      *pokes Kinetics for finish product pics.*

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      01-28-2009 12:38 AM #175
      i am also very interested if anyone has got some numbers to post. prefferably with the stage three. and also bump for a rad kit

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