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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2008 8:05 pm 
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hey all im looking for a turbo to up grade my GT28 and im looking at about and around 300kw's and the rear wheels and the turbos im looking at are :
Garrett GT2876R (aka GT25/40R)
Garrett GT3071R
HKS GTRS
Garrett GT3582R (aka GT35R, aka GT35/40R)

what us think about them but i wont to turbo to start opening up at 3000RPM what do us think i should do ???????????????


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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2008 9:08 pm 
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300kw and turbo workin @ 3000rpm, not a sentence you associate with sr20's. try the search function

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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2008 9:14 pm 
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Set more realistic goals, then decide on a turbo to meet them.

forget about the 2876, it has been proven to be rubbish
3071 is good for a real 280rwkw or there abouts on pump fuel but expect to be starting to have fun around the 4-4.5k mark
GTRS is good for a real 255rwkw on pump. full boost around 4k
3582 is just too big. You've jumped an entire compressor size and skipped the ideal 300rwkw turbo all together (3076). Ideally look at a 52t HKS 3037 in a .61 housing to pull back a bit of response.

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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2008 10:51 pm 
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Mr Bean wrote:
300kw and turbo workin @ 3000rpm, not a sentence you associate with sr20's. try the search function


Obviously English isn't his first language and spelling/grammar isn't his forte but that's ok. He's got plenty of time to learn, once he has, we ll be able to work out exactly what he's trying to ask!

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PostPosted: Sat May 24, 2008 4:39 pm 
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BHAPPY wrote:
Mr Bean wrote:
300kw and turbo workin @ 3000rpm, not a sentence you associate with sr20's. try the search function


Obviously English isn't his first language and spelling/grammar isn't his forte but that's ok. He's got plenty of time to learn, once he has, we ll be able to work out exactly what he's trying to ask!


ya mate i know what u mean :)


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PostPosted: Sat May 24, 2008 4:40 pm 
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badhairdave wrote:
Set more realistic goals, then decide on a turbo to meet them.

forget about the 2876, it has been proven to be rubbish
3071 is good for a real 280rwkw or there abouts on pump fuel but expect to be starting to have fun around the 4-4.5k mark
GTRS is good for a real 255rwkw on pump. full boost around 4k
3582 is just too big. You've jumped an entire compressor size and skipped the ideal 300rwkw turbo all together (3076). Ideally look at a 52t HKS 3037 in a .61 housing to pull back a bit of response.


thanx mate i think i will have a look at the HKS 3037 and i see what u mean also


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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2008 2:14 am 
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D8RDVL wrote:
badhairdave wrote:
Set more realistic goals, then decide on a turbo to meet them.

forget about the 2876, it has been proven to be rubbish
3071 is good for a real 280rwkw or there abouts on pump fuel but expect to be starting to have fun around the 4-4.5k mark
GTRS is good for a real 255rwkw on pump. full boost around 4k
3582 is just too big. You've jumped an entire compressor size and skipped the ideal 300rwkw turbo all together (3076). Ideally look at a 52t HKS 3037 in a .61 housing to pull back a bit of response.


thanx mate i think i will have a look at the HKS 3037 and i see what u mean


also what about the HKS GT2835


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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2008 8:35 am 
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It's similar to the 3071, slightly different turbine and different housings but ultimately it's going to make about the same power with similar response

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ummm ok i still dont know what to do or what to get but i have to keep looking but with the HKS 3037 wont cams bring the boost down in the RPM rang ??????


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ummm ok i still dont know what to do or what to get but i have to keep looking but with the HKS 3037 wont cams bring the boost down in the RPM rang ??????


Yes it will if you listen to the ns.com guys.


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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2008 9:27 pm 
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o ok where can i look for it on the ns.com site


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Probably in the jokes section.

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what other mods do you have??

and my short answer on the turbo is talk to Turbologic in Port Kembla.[/b]

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D8RDVL wrote:
hey all im looking for a turbo to up grade my GT28 and im looking at about and around 300kw's and the rear wheels and the turbos im looking at are :
Garrett GT2876R (aka GT25/40R)
Garrett GT3071R
HKS GTRS
Garrett GT3582R (aka GT35R, aka GT35/40R)

what us think about them but i wont to turbo to start opening up at 3000RPM what do us think i should do ???????????????


FACT: Making a true 300kw at the rears on an SR with response doesnt happen.
To make a little 2L sing like that requires a f**kload of air pumped into it.

Other option, you could go a stroker kit and chuck on a T67 or a TD06, that'll get you your power figures with some decent response from the 2.2LSR with a decent tune.

IMO, a GT2871R on 20psi will make easy 250rwkw with supporting mods....responsive as hell and more than a handful on the street! :) :wink:

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