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    Thread: ***Precision Turbo Specials @ CTS Turbo***

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      02-22-2010 09:54 PM #1

      PRECISION PW39 WASTEGATE - 239 Shipped (comes as shown below)
      Click here to order online: PRECISION PW39 WASTEGATE

      Quote, originally posted by Precision Turbo and Engine »
      With over 60 years of combined turbocharger development and racing experience, we at Precision Turbo take great pride in providing you with the best external wastegate on the market today. The PW39 is made from high grade, high temperature stainless steel and billet aluminum components. It features our own purpose designed Kevlar reinforced wastegate diaphragm and a 347 stainless investment cast valve body. Our investment cast valve body has a smooth internal surface, giving you better flow and more accurate boost control. Our PW39 was designed to be a direct replacement for other existing 44mm wastegate flanges, but will work best with the flange provided. The PW39 features a Nickel Chromium Alloy valve and 5 different 17-7 precipitation hardened springs. Also included are stainless steel inlet and outlet flanges with clamps. With a satin black anodized, 6061 aluminum billet wastegate cap you will have years of good looks and protection from the elements. The PW39 is generally compatible with most aftermarket manual and electronic boost controllers on the market today.




      Precision HP Series Billet Turbos, Journal Bearing and Ceramic Ball Bearing

      Pricing is listed below for the journal bearing turbos, generally upgrading to the ceramic ball bearing center section is $450, this is available in the drop down menu. Keep in mind these turbos use a ceramic ball bearing CHRA, which does not require a water jacket, ie water cooling, so you save on water lines and have a cleaner engine bay. Currently we have a range on order for stock including a HP6765SP-B (S refers to S compressor housing 4" inlet 2.5" outlet, P refers to ported shroud compressor housing, -B refers to ceramic ball bearing).


      Precision HP5857 (Billet) - 899 shipped

      Precision HP5862 (Billet) - 899 shipped

      Precision HP6262 (Billet) - 899 shipped

      Precision HP6265 (Billet) - 899 shipped

      Precision HP6765 - 989 shipped

      Precision HP6765 (Billet) - 1099 shipped


      Click here to view our PTE HP Series Turbochargers or order from our secure online store: PRECISION HP SERIES JOURNAL BEARING & BALL BEARING TURBOCHARGERS


      If you have any questions feel free to IM or email: sales@ctsturbo.com


      Modified by CTS Turbo at 8:45 PM 2-23-2010


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      02-25-2010 01:40 PM #2
      What would be a good replacement for my current T3/T4 50 trim?

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      02-25-2010 04:44 PM #3
      Quote, originally posted by SMG8vT »
      What would be a good replacement for my current T3/T4 50 trim?

      Check your IM


    4. 02-26-2010 12:08 PM #4
      I need a new turbo since my blew.. Can you help me? I emailed you. Thanks

    5. 02-26-2010 12:09 PM #5
      It was from the kinetics stage 1 for my 12v vr6

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      02-26-2010 01:25 PM #6
      Quote, originally posted by GotBoost2000 »
      It was from the kinetics stage 1 for my 12v vr6

      PM replied


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      03-12-2010 04:54 AM #7
      What's the difference between the non-billet and billet wheel version of the 6765? Is it just that it is a billet wheel and that the other one is cast or do they actually have differently designed blades? Next question, why does the BB center section for the non-billet cost 450 while the BB center for the billet costs 900?

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      03-16-2010 12:25 AM #8
      Quote, originally posted by CDJetta »
      What's the difference between the non-billet and billet wheel version of the 6765? Is it just that it is a billet wheel and that the other one is cast or do they actually have differently designed blades? Next question, why does the BB center section for the non-billet cost 450 while the BB center for the billet costs 900?

      The billet is lighter and stronger and the blades are obviously not going to be the same for those reasons.

      The BB CHRAs vary in price, you'll have to ask the owner of precision turbo for that answer. We don't just raise the price 900$ to make more money from end users although making an extra 900 on a turbo would be cool


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      03-16-2010 12:46 AM #9
      What about the blade design... are they the same or is it just billet vs cast and that's the only difference?

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      03-16-2010 01:10 AM #10
      Quote, originally posted by CDJetta »
      What about the blade design... are they the same or is it just billet vs cast and that's the only difference?

      Different, I thought I mentioned that above


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      03-16-2010 01:45 AM #11
      Nope. You just said that yes, they are different because they are billet and non-billet. Didn't specifically say the blades have a different pattern to them or have different lengths etc.

    12. 03-24-2010 02:15 PM #12
      Just received my 6262 yesterday! Its awesome looking turbo, I cannot wait to strap it to the back of my engine. Thanks Clay!


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      03-25-2010 04:20 PM #13
      Quote, originally posted by charlie hayes »
      Just received my 6262 yesterday! Its awesome looking turbo, I cannot wait to strap it to the back of my engine. Thanks Clay!

      They always look sexy


    14. 04-05-2010 03:47 PM #14
      I read somewhere that a billet wheel cut on a 5 axis can have a lot more aggressive fin design, where cast is limited by the casting itself, I guess removing the wheel from the casting with too aggressive curvature isn't possible, like I said though I read it somewhere and may have been a sales pitch, but it makes sense!

    15. 04-05-2010 08:09 PM #15
      Just bought my 6262 journal bearing with v-band housing and the precision wastegate, although from another retailer, its a great product



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      04-20-2010 02:11 PM #17
      mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm turdbos....... I need a new one soon.

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      04-25-2010 11:44 AM #18
      Quote, originally posted by SlowVRT »
      mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm turdbos....... I need a new one soon.

      your car is too slow


    18. 05-10-2010 01:00 PM #19
      All PM's replied

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      tt

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      07-15-2010 05:59 PM #21
      6262 is the new 35r

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      07-19-2010 12:50 AM #22
      Quote Originally Posted by MrMoon View Post
      6262 is the new 35r


      so true

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      07-19-2010 06:17 PM #23
      That's actually Clay, not Will Ferell.

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      07-19-2010 08:13 PM #24
      hahaha

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      ttt

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      08-06-2010 08:44 PM #26
      hey clay,

      price for 2 6265 bb , billet , with t4 vband housing.
      Last edited by snobum; 08-07-2010 at 02:36 AM.

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      08-08-2010 11:56 PM #27
      Quote Originally Posted by snobum View Post
      hey clay,

      price for 2 6265 bb , billet , with t4 vband housing.

      PM replied

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      08-30-2010 05:51 PM #28
      How come no compressor maps or any other info? They look nice, but Precision's site doesn't have these new models on it.

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      08-30-2010 06:28 PM #29
      Quote Originally Posted by 84_GLI_coupe View Post
      How come no compressor maps or any other info? They look nice, but Precision's site doesn't have these new models on it.
      Primarily because they like to cause you and others grief Rick. If you'd like to try and get a reply you can contact them here:

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

      But i'm 99.999% sure they won't reply, you're not the first to ask

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      08-31-2010 12:44 AM #30
      Well that's no fun! How are we supposed to match up one of their spiffy snails? Any idea which of them fit in the t3/t4E 50-trim 0.63 a/r turbine, to 3071r range? Even with my porting it's tougher to match up something to an 8v, even 2871r compressor maps are hit-or-miss surge-wise when you look at the different trims.

    30. 09-02-2010 01:35 AM #31
      couple questions sent

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      10-06-2010 05:31 PM #32
      largest T4 exhaust side is a .68a/r V-Band,
      largest T3 exhaust side is a .82a/r 4 bolt...

      both too small for a VR6?

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      10-07-2010 01:51 PM #33
      Quote Originally Posted by eurobred View Post
      largest T4 exhaust side is a .68a/r V-Band,
      largest T3 exhaust side is a .82a/r 4 bolt...

      both too small for a VR6?
      PTE has T4 housings in the following sizes:

      T31 (T3 flange) - 48 63 82
      T4 3" vband - 58 68 81 96
      Vband in/out w/ T3 scroll area - 64 86

      82ar T31 is fine for a VR6, we had a R32 make 450awhp on that setup on 15-16psi

      Our MK5 R32 kit will be T4 3" vband based

      As you probably know comparing T3 AR's to T4 AR's is like comparing apples to oranges

    33. 10-08-2010 06:54 AM #34
      Hi, I'm looking for a new turbo, to replace the choking(backpressure is > 2:1, starting from 5000rpm) T04B(OC 0.68 A/R) turbo I have on my 24V BDF engine right now.

      I was looking towards a HP6162 or the HP6262(although I need no more than 500hp max), preferably a billet version, but due to place restrictions, I need a T04E compressor housing(3” inlet and 2” outlet).

      In short I need a T4 inlet flange with 3” V-band outlet turbine housing, and a 3” inlet with 2” outlet compressor housing, preferably with a billet compressor wheel(although it seems they only come with a shrouded compressor housing), preferably with a 0.82 A/R and no water jacket.

      What are my options?

      Thanks,
      Marc.

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      10-08-2010 12:33 PM #35
      Quote Originally Posted by MarcoVR6SC View Post
      Hi, I'm looking for a new turbo, to replace the choking(backpressure is > 2:1, starting from 5000rpm) T04B(OC 0.68 A/R) turbo I have on my 24V BDF engine right now.

      I was looking towards a HP6162 or the HP6262(although I need no more than 500hp max), preferably a billet version, but due to place restrictions, I need a T04E compressor housing(3” inlet and 2” outlet).

      In short I need a T4 inlet flange with 3” V-band outlet turbine housing, and a 3” inlet with 2” outlet compressor housing, preferably with a billet compressor wheel(although it seems they only come with a shrouded compressor housing), preferably with a 0.82 A/R and no water jacket.

      What are my options?

      Thanks,
      Marc.
      Marc, they don't make 6162's anymore, so you'd be after a 6262E or 6262E-B (ball bearing). The E covers (3" in 2"out) are not ported, also the housings available were below. 82ar is a T3 flanged housing generally speaking, 81ar T4 is available with 3" vband

      If you need one or have questions please email: clay@ctsturbo.com

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