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

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

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

    6. 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

    9. 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?

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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,
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      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

    11. 10-08-2010 03:12 PM #36
      I'll email you shortly.

      Just for general information, on your website, when selecting any of the HP series with T4 flange, one can only choose between a 0.58 or 0.68 A/R turbine housing, that’s one reason I asked(could be a good moment to update the site, as you may lose some potential customers who aren’t aware of the Vortex forced induction forum).

      I’ll probably go for a BB version, but isn’t there a risk of running close to the surge line, when the boost(18-20psi max for my configuration) rises @ 3500-4000 rpm, with this turbo(HP6262E-B, 0.82 A/R) on a 2.8L 24V?

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      10-08-2010 04:20 PM #37
      Quote Originally Posted by MarcoVR6SC View Post
      I'll email you shortly.

      Just for general information, on your website, when selecting any of the HP series with T4 flange, one can only choose between a 0.58 or 0.68 A/R turbine housing, that’s one reason I asked(could be a good moment to update the site, as you may lose some potential customers who aren’t aware of the Vortex forced induction forum).

      I’ll probably go for a BB version, but isn’t there a risk of running close to the surge line, when the boost(18-20psi max for my configuration) rises @ 3500-4000 rpm, with this turbo(HP6262E-B, 0.82 A/R) on a 2.8L 24V?

      Housings are updated we haven't had any issues with that config, even on R32s

    13. 11-03-2010 01:48 PM #38
      clay really good guy excited to get hold of my 6262

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      11-10-2010 11:41 AM #39
      Quote Originally Posted by joerg_ View Post
      clay really good guy excited to get hold of my 6262

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      11-19-2010 01:04 PM #40
      bump, got my 6262 in the other day

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      11-22-2010 10:37 AM #41
      Thanks for the bump, Eric!

    17. 12-08-2010 12:22 PM #42
      How will a 5857 with ceramic CHRA and T3 .48ar spool on a 1.8L? What power are we looking at on 91 pump?

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      12-08-2010 02:32 PM #43
      Quote Originally Posted by udderpowerr View Post
      How will a 5857 with ceramic CHRA and T3 .48ar spool on a 1.8L? What power are we looking at on 91 pump?
      We were never silly enough to use a 48ar turbine housing on a 600+ HP turbo.

      Sounds like whoever is running that setup is setting themselves up for a 'Fail'

    19. 12-17-2010 03:52 AM #44
      Money Send for a HP6262E-B!

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      12-17-2010 11:05 AM #45
      Quote Originally Posted by MarcoVR6SC View Post
      Money Send for a HP6262E-B!
      Got the order! Thanks Marco

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      12-17-2010 11:32 AM #46
      Quote Originally Posted by MarcoVR6SC View Post
      Money Send for a HP6262E-B!
      Goddamn Marc!
      I think I have to contact you more often.. we could have bought them together
      I'm looking at the 5857 also bb, but don't know yet the in or outlet size I want to go with
      (8v, built engine, drysump, itb setup, most likely rotrex too if I can find someone that can do it)

      edit: just read above marc his post, seems .48 is not the way to go then
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      12-20-2010 12:40 PM #47
      We can always combine shipping for you guys

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      12-20-2010 04:16 PM #48
      Any suggestion in turbo then?
      Would like to have close or just over 400hp (engine is fine, plus I live in Europe, 98octane)
      8v ex g60, fully built and forged (8:1 or 8.5, we forgot....), all arp, max minus 1 intake and exh valves, converted to mech, Xflow off course, ITB setup (still to buy so do not know size), drysump (INA still busy with it), direct port nos (have it, don't know if I will install, but saying anyway)
      SPA t3 turbo manifold, synapse wastegate+bov, golf G60 FMIC, 580cc inj, standalone (not sure which, most likely DTA)

      I might buy a rotrex kit too (middle range), but I started thinking about it since a week or 2 so not sure yet (INA says to compound it instead of running seperate systems with valves.. makes it indeed easier but someone still has to map the car so..)

      anything else that might help you then let me know (have to run, shift at work is over!)
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      12-23-2010 01:07 PM #49
      Quote Originally Posted by The Green View Post
      Any suggestion in turbo then?
      Would like to have close or just over 400hp (engine is fine, plus I live in Europe, 98octane)
      8v ex g60, fully built and forged (8:1 or 8.5, we forgot....), all arp, max minus 1 intake and exh valves, converted to mech, Xflow off course, ITB setup (still to buy so do not know size), drysump (INA still busy with it), direct port nos (have it, don't know if I will install, but saying anyway)
      SPA t3 turbo manifold, synapse wastegate+bov, golf G60 FMIC, 580cc inj, standalone (not sure which, most likely DTA)

      I might buy a rotrex kit too (middle range), but I started thinking about it since a week or 2 so not sure yet (INA says to compound it instead of running seperate systems with valves.. makes it indeed easier but someone still has to map the car so..)

      anything else that might help you then let me know (have to run, shift at work is over!)
      I would suggest the Precision HP5557E-B 63ar turbine housing. 500HP capable, and quick spool good powerband for your engine.

      cheers,


      Clay

    25. 12-28-2010 11:51 PM #50
      Free BUMP

      CTS, do you guys have dyno data to compare spool (RPM VS boost) of BB and Sleeved vesrion on VR6?
      I wonder if it's worth the money upgrating PT6265 I have runing.
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