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

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      02-22-2010 09:56 PM #1


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      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).


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      02-25-2010 08:54 PM #2
      Which of these Precision turbo would be closest to a GT3071R in terms of spool time and flow potential?

      I've heard they're spooling faster, but keeping the upper-end flow capabilities when compared to traditional turbos such as GTs.

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      02-25-2010 09:51 PM #3
      A ball bearing billet 58/57 should do well.

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      02-26-2010 12:24 AM #4
      Quote, originally posted by vwisthebest »
      Which of these Precision turbo would be closest to a GT3071R in terms of spool time and flow potential?

      I've heard they're spooling faster, but keeping the upper-end flow capabilities when compared to traditional turbos such as GTs.

      HP5557 Billet would be a nice turbo comparable to a 3071R


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      02-26-2010 01:27 PM #5
      Which Billet would compare to a GT3582? Is it worth the $450 upgrade to ballbearings? I heard the Billet journal bearings spool up quick as is.

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      02-26-2010 01:33 PM #6
      Quote, originally posted by Sharino »
      Which Billet would compare to a GT3582? Is it worth the $450 upgrade to ballbearings? I heard the Billet journal bearings spool up quick as is.

      6262 is the closest thing, ball bearing upgrade is worth it and you dont need water lines with them


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      03-20-2010 07:40 AM #7
      what kind of exhaust mani would 1 need to run the equivalent to the hp5557 ???? this is tempting kinda wanna go outa tha box on my own bt build **** the apr/giac/awe prices
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      03-23-2010 02:22 AM #8
      Quote, originally posted by Josein06GLI »
      what kind of exhaust mani would 1 need to run the equivalent to the hp5557 ???? this is tempting kinda wanna go outa tha box on my own bt build **** the apr/giac/awe prices

      You could use them with ATP hardware if you have any questions drop me an IM or email: clay@ctsturbo.com


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      04-16-2010 10:52 PM #9
      Is the oil feed on these the same size as the garret units?

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      04-19-2010 04:52 PM #10
      Quote, originally posted by LEWXCORE »
      Is the oil feed on these the same size as the garret units?

      Depends which turbo you get.


    11. 04-30-2010 04:55 PM #11
      It says on the site 540 for ceramic bb upgrade, not 450. Just letting u know.

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      05-04-2010 12:29 PM #12
      Quote, originally posted by hooper911 »
      It says on the site 540 for ceramic bb upgrade, not 450. Just letting u know.

      Those are the correct prices


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      05-23-2010 08:21 PM #13
      PM's replied

    14. 06-30-2010 12:09 AM #14
      If I have a 6262 with water lines does this mean it does not have a ceramic ballbearing CHRA? I thought all 6262 turbos where using the new CHRA but just received one with water lines. What CHRA does this turbo uses? What are the disadvantages? Thanks.

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      07-01-2010 11:32 AM #15
      I don't think it's a big deal. without the water jacket maybe the new turbos spool a hair earlier, maybe they don't. All the evo's made crazy records with that 6262 you have there i wouldn't worry too much about it............ good luck getting unitronic to tune that. I'm running a 5857 now and been waiting forever.

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      07-07-2010 09:01 PM #16
      Good stuff Clay, we may have to talk before next show season.
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      07-12-2010 09:20 AM #17
      Quote Originally Posted by Serrari View Post
      If I have a 6262 with water lines does this mean it does not have a ceramic ballbearing CHRA? I thought all 6262 turbos where using the new CHRA but just received one with water lines. What CHRA does this turbo uses? What are the disadvantages? Thanks.


      You should talk to your turbo vendor

    18. 07-31-2010 07:53 PM #18
      Some 450 whp capable and compatible with bsh woa?

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      08-02-2010 04:09 PM #19
      Quote Originally Posted by CLestat View Post
      Some 450 whp capable and compatible with bsh woa?

      too many acronyms, if you're after anything in particular email: clay@ctsturbo.com

    20. 10-05-2010 01:43 AM #20
      How much for a .82AR housing T3 inlet/Vband outlet for a 6262 turbo? How much is the vband/vband housing? Shipping to Mexico 7600.

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    21. 01-26-2011 11:50 AM #21
      Can you really see a big diff in spool up between journals and ball bearings on larger turbos like the 6262? I was told only 100-200 rpm tops and if your driving you would never be able to tell between the two. At least with the PTE billet setups.

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      01-26-2011 12:33 PM #22
      Quote Originally Posted by fahrenheit 525 View Post
      Can you really see a big diff in spool up between journals and ball bearings on larger turbos like the 6262? I was told only 100-200 rpm tops and if your driving you would never be able to tell between the two. At least with the PTE billet setups.
      I'd advise a ball bearing if you go that route. the ball bearing are pretty laggy so i'd hate to see what a journal bearing 6262 would spool like. You'd be looking at 5300-5500 till full boost is achieved on a race manifold.

    23. 01-26-2011 05:52 PM #23
      Ya, I told my guy to get a ball bearing, but the journal spools pretty fast once it gets going. I got 2400 mbar at 4600. I would rather have a bb but I didn't find out till it was already on the car.

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      01-26-2011 10:19 PM #24
      Quote Originally Posted by fahrenheit 525 View Post
      Ya, I told my guy to get a ball bearing, but the journal spools pretty fast once it gets going. I got 2400 mbar at 4600. I would rather have a bb but I didn't find out till it was already on the car.
      Better than what I was getting with a ball bearing 5857

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      01-27-2011 01:17 AM #25
      Quote Originally Posted by LEWXCORE View Post
      I'd advise a ball bearing if you go that route. the ball bearing are pretty laggy so i'd hate to see what a journal bearing 6262 would spool like. You'd be looking at 5300-5500 till full boost is achieved on a race manifold.
      I agree, going BB on these larger turbos on a 2.0 will certainly help keep the power band in a more useful range for daily driving. If you're after an all out race setup then BB would be advisable too, because the majority of JB turbos don't have the capacity to take the thrust in high boost applications.


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    26. 01-27-2011 11:35 AM #26
      bb def better, I give credit to my PPT manifold for my decent spool up If I get cash later on may upgrade to a bb

    27. 01-27-2011 08:47 PM #27
      bump


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      05-02-2011 04:59 PM #29
      Give us a holler for go fast parts.



      Precision Turbo in full effect.

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      05-02-2011 05:03 PM #30
      Quote Originally Posted by CTS Turbo View Post
      Give us a holler for go fast parts.



      Precision Turbo in full effect.
      looks like fun. when r u getting full boost in 3rd and 4th gear on that setup

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      05-20-2011 12:38 PM #31
      I'd have to go drive it again to be 100% certain, but off the top of my head I think it's about 35-3800ish.



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