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ok i picked up a garrett T3/T04e turbo has a .48 exhaust housing, stock T3 turbine wheel/shaft with 57-58mm compresser wheel and AR 70 cover

 

am i dreaming if i think this would be a good turbo for me? it will be fully rebuilt

 

thoughts on power etc

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To what i know, it is a good turbo. But it is large and will be laggy, unless tuned properly.

 

For street get a new T28bb, will be good for response and make great power.

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^^ mmmm

 

The post is too short. You must have at least 10 character(s) before you can go on and post it.

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Old school turbo's were great in their day and still are, but got nothing on modern ball bearing stuff. depends what power your aiming for and driveability

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a t4 flanged turbine with only a .48 housing?

 

its t3 flange man

 

engine is built have not got enough moneys for a roller just now, its for drifting so want some good mid-top range power, think it should suit maybe go with .63 exhaust housing though?

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Honestly just get a T28? this is the best turbo for the SR20 street and drift.

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a t28 is stock. f**king hell

 

Yeh well it would be good if u told us more details about the car at hand...

How the bloody hell am i supposed to know u have an t28 stock?

i was just saying thats wat id go for for my car as i have s13.

 

What am i psychic? far out..

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a t28 is stock. f**king hell

 

^^^^there.

 

+1

 

trippin u are.

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i dont care how cheap some turbos are if there crap or not suited to what you need them for then dont waste your money

 

a brand new gt2560 aka t28bb is around $950

a disco aka 2860 is around $1200 new

a 2871r is around $1300 new

 

 

it will go in that order for power figures

2560 -220kw

2860 -240kw

2871 -260kw

 

 

there are just rough output figures which people will normally make with these turbos with the right set up

imo either the disco or the 2871 are great for street/drift, they still offer great responce but are still capable of lighting up 3rd and carrying some descent speed drifts

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yeh i think so.

I thinks it a fail for a t3/t04e - too big for street...lag much?

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what about running a disco potato or similar sized? That'll get you some pretty nice power figures and still be responsive. Depends what you want it to do man

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i dont care how cheap some turbos are if there crap or not suited to what you need them for then dont waste your money

 

a brand new gt2560 aka t28bb is around $950

a disco aka 2860 is around $1200 new

a 2871r is around $1300 new

 

 

it will go in that order for power figures

2560 -220kw

2860 -240kw

2871 -260kw

 

 

there are just rough output figures which people will normally make with these turbos with the right set up

imo either the disco or the 2871 are great for street/drift, they still offer great responce but are still capable of lighting up 3rd and carrying some descent speed drifts

 

its seems like no one uses the t3/t4s these days, i have TD06 19c on my car now and made 303kw at 18psi on sat, which is great but the turbo isn't mine

 

and a don't have enough money just yet for a new turbo, hence the rebuilt t3/t4, looks like im just guna have to put it on and see how it goes

 

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Honestly just get a T28? this is the best turbo for the SR20 street and drift.

 

Your an idiot

 

 

^^^^ Amen to That.

 

:lol:

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is that an engine dyno sheet?

 

is that an engine dyno sheet?

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yer it says fly wheel power on the sheet..

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A T3/T4 would have a T3 turbine housing, not T4

 

you don't see stock T3 turbine wheels coupled with upgraded T4 compressors.

Unless the stock T3 turbine wheel is clipped(back cut), its a mismatch.

The sohc ford guys luv such "upgraded" T3s, that enable their 2 valve motors to

propel their heavy 3000+ pound street cars solidly into the 11s. They work well!

Retains their stock turbo housings, but delivers the goods. Low cost too.

 

I wouldn't go any smaller than a 0.63 T3 turbine housing on a street SR20 either.

Most popular T3/T4 used on 4G63, SR20 and miata 1.8L BP by far is the

T04E/50trim/0.63/stg3 turbine wheel. From experience I can say its an EXCELLENT

match/performer for a street SR20 S13. Good tuning is mandatory regarless.

Its reputation is well deserved. A lot of record setters run the 50trim.

 

GT bb stuff is all hype & about money. The 'magic' in any turbo lies is how well its

matched... for the application and hot/cold side ....nothing to do with gt bb

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is that an engine dyno sheet?

 

is that an engine dyno sheet?

its RWKW,

 

yer it says fly wheel power on the sheet..

had the wrong title on the print out

 

A T3/T4 would have a T3 turbine housing, not T4

 

you don't see stock T3 turbine wheels coupled with upgraded T4 compressors.

Unless the stock T3 turbine wheel is clipped(back cut), its a mismatch.

The sohc ford guys luv such "upgraded" T3s, that enable their 2 valve motors to

propel their heavy 3000+ pound street cars solidly into the 11s. They work well!

Retains their stock turbo housings, but delivers the goods. Low cost too.

 

I wouldn't go any smaller than a 0.63 T3 turbine housing on a street SR20 either.

Most popular T3/T4 used on 4G63, SR20 and miata 1.8L BP by far is the

T04E/50trim/0.63/stg3 turbine wheel. From experience I can say its an EXCELLENT

match/performer for a street SR20 S13. Good tuning is mandatory regarless.

Its reputation is well deserved. A lot of record setters run the 50trim.

 

GT bb stuff is all hype & about money. The 'magic' in any turbo lies is how well its

matched... for the application and hot/cold side ....nothing to do with gt bb

this was answer i wanted, can the stage 3 turbine be fitted to the normal core and machine the exhaust housing to suit?

the turbo i have has the E wheel so comp side should be fine

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Honestly just get a T28? this is the best turbo for the SR20 street and drift.

 

Your an idiot

 

 

^^^^ Amen to That.

 

:lol:

 

WTF? lol thanks man...i reckon Mr T.28 would be alright for street and drift....

 

btw your a jerk :P

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Honestly just get a T28? this is the best turbo for the SR20 street and drift.

 

Your an idiot

 

 

^^^^ Amen to That.

 

:lol:

 

WTF? lol thanks man...i reckon Mr T.28 would be alright for street and drift....

 

btw your a jerk :P

 

Yeh true the T28 will be alright but will be the inferior one out when comparing to the disco and the 2871. Deffinantly not the best

Jerk...i've been called worse. Dont take comments on the net too seriously :P

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Honestly just get a T28? this is the best turbo for the SR20 street and drift.

 

Your an idiot

 

 

^^^^ Amen to That.

 

:lol:

 

WTF? lol thanks man...i reckon Mr T.28 would be alright for street and drift....

 

btw your a jerk :P

 

Yeh true the T28 will be alright but will be the inferior one out when comparing to the disco and the 2871. Deffinantly not the best

Jerk...i've been called worse. Dont take comments on the net too seriously :P

 

Hence the :P

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