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Old 02-17-2004, 08:58 AM
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Does anyone have this turbo on their car? I know Bryan at BNR does and Im going to watch him dyno and have Steve tune his car.



Id just like some thoughtful advice and input on what everyong thinks of this turbo. What other manifold would be good to use besides the standard hks cast and hks wastegate?



I also reans there was a flow difference between the to4e 62-1 and the t04b 62-1 version? Elaborate? Turbos are new to me.



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Old 02-17-2004, 10:20 AM
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Thats what I went with after my apexi kit. Awsome turbo that has a great powerband. Good low end and big top end that pulls forever. I used the hks mani and wastegate. My turbo came from majestic and had a .7 comp., 1.0 ex., P trim, and a 4 inch inlet. I thought the t04e was more of a 60-1 turbo, but maybe someone else can fill in all the details there.
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Old 02-17-2004, 11:09 AM
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Originally Posted by 94touring' date='Feb 17 2004, 10:20 AM
Thats what I went with after my apexi kit. Awsome turbo that has a great powerband. Good low end and big top end that pulls forever. I used the hks mani and wastegate. My turbo came from majestic and had a .7 comp., 1.0 ex., P trim, and a 4 inch inlet. I thought the t04e was more of a 60-1 turbo, but maybe someone else can fill in all the details there.
Thanks, do you have any dyno charts? How many lbs are you running?



Ill prob go for 17-18lbs on pump. Should be interesting!



Thanks for the info man!



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Old 02-17-2004, 03:41 PM
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I never did get around to dynoing that turbo. I dynoed the apexi at 385rwhp at 15psi and ended up running 18psi on the street. When I put on the T62-1 at 18psi it was scary the first few runs till I got use to it.
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Originally Posted by 94touring' date='Feb 17 2004, 03:41 PM
I never did get around to dynoing that turbo. I dynoed the apexi at 385rwhp at 15psi and ended up running 18psi on the street. When I put on the T62-1 at 18psi it was scary the first few runs till I got use to it.
Sweet, do you have any videos or anyhting else on th ecar?



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No videos of that turbo, a couple pics though.
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Old 02-17-2004, 08:36 PM
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It's an okay turbo! Check and compare other threads and pics.



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Originally Posted by Badog' date='Feb 17 2004, 08:36 PM
It's an okay turbo! Check and compare other threads and pics.
Thanks! ANyone else?



Any personal experience?
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The T04S is just a 60-1 correct? hmm.. wonder what can be modded on the 62-1 to make it more "interesting"!



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Originally Posted by neoamd' date='Feb 19 2004, 07:03 AM
The T04S is just a 60-1 correct? hmm.. wonder what can be modded on the 62-1 to make it more "interesting"!



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I think a t04E is more like a 60-1. A to4S would be more like a 62-1....maybe?
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